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Spannabis: Europe's biggest cannabis expo returns to Barcelona next week



In a few days, Barcelona will host the 19th edition of the Spannabis, the biggest cannabis fair in Europe. From the 10th to the 12th of March, visitors from over fifty countries will be at Fira de Cornellà, near Barcelona, ​​for three days to exchange ideas, network and explore the latest trends in the hemp and cannabis industry. 

As the cannabis sector experiences unprecedented growth, with new decriminalization and regulatory policies in countries such as Canada, Germany and the United States, Fira de Cornellà is set to become the global epicenter of the hemp and cannabis industry. cannabis. 

The 2023 edition of Spannabis promises to be a truly international scene, with more than 300 exhibitors in five large exhibition areas. Visitors will be able to see the world's largest companies in the cannabis sector on display, while the main international leaders of the sector gather at L'Auditori de Cornellà to discuss the future of the industry. 

A world cannabis conference, now in its 9th edition, will bring together scientific, medical, political, business and industrial leaders to delve into the potential of this controversial plant. The conferences will be free for all Spannabis participants and will take place at L'Auditori de Cornellà, with capacity for 800 people and simultaneous translation service available. 

In addition to the exhibition and conference areas, Spannabis 2023 will feature delicious food-trucks, musical shows, and the famous Spannabis Champions Cup, considered the Cannabis Cup of reference in Spain and one of the most important in the world. For the first time in history, in addition to the VIP jury, CUP will have a popular jury to decide and award its own prizes. 

The Spannabis doors will be open from the 10th to the 12th of March, from 11am to 20pm, and tickets cost 30 euros for one day or 22 euros for three days, if purchased via online before the start of the fair. If purchased at the entrance to the fair, prices rise to €25 and €55, respectively.

On the 9th of March, the day before the start of Spannabis, Barcelona will also host the International Cannabis Business Conference (ICBC). This event is the perfect opportunity for executives, entrepreneurs and investors to connect with world leaders in the cannabis industry from dozens of different countries. The conference will take place in the historic L'Auditori de Cornellà, with the usual VIP party taking place in the evening at the Hotel Arts in Barcelona. 

Os tickets from ICBC cost €517.60 (regular ticket) and €706.16 for those who want access to the VIP event. 


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