Former Mexican president coming for 2018 CanEx Jamaica Business Conference and Expo

Wednesday, September 05, 2018

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — The media launch for the 2018 CanEx Jamaica Business Conference & Expo will be held inside Valencia Room C, Spanish Court Hotel in Kingston, tomorrow.

According to organisers, announcements relevant to the 2018 hosting of the Caribbean's premier cannabis business conference and expo including speakers from around the world, will be made at tomorrow's launch.

The 2018 CanEx Jamaica Business Conference & Expo will be hosted at the Montego Bay Convention Center, Montego Bay between September 27-29.

Countries expected in attendance are: Canada, USA, Israel, Czech Republic, Colombia, Mexico, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados, Panama and more.

AccordIng to Douglas Gordon of 2018 CanEx Jamaica Business Conference & Expo, the speakers include Vicente Fox, a former President of Mexico; Montel Williams; and Bruce Linton, chairman and CEO of Canopy Growth, the largest cannabis company in the world with a market value of US$12 billion.

Also expected to speak are Audley Shaw, Jamaica's minister of industry, commerce, agriculture and Fisheries; Dr Lumir Hanus, analytic chemist and leading authority in the field of cannabis research based at the University of Jerusalem in Israel; Ambassador R James Woolsey, former CIA director; Wilbert “Billy” Tauzin, US Congressman from Louisiana; Karel Janecek, Czech billionaire and cannabis investor; Chris Walsh, executive editor of Marijuana Business Daily; and Dr Andres Lopez, head of Colombia's National Narcotics Agency.

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