Canopy Rivers to participate in upcoming AGRI Tech Venture Forum

Canopy Rivers to participate in upcoming AGRI Tech Venture Forum

The cannabis company’s business development director will be a featured speaker at the event

As the cannabis industry continues to evolve, there is a growing need for entities working in the space to stay on top of what’s going on. Things can change from one day to the next, and those who aren’t keeping up with the latest won’t be in a position to survive. Relying on the experts as the best source of information is always the best choice, and Canopy Rivers Inc. is going to participate in an upcoming conference on agriculture that has direct implications for the cannabis industry.

The AGRIC Tech Venture Forum will be held on December 2 and 3. The virtual event will bring together agriculture tech leaders to discuss the challenges facing the segment, as well as provide valuable insight into the latest milestones and headwinds that are being presented. The forum will be led by key industry players, investors and innovators, and Canopy Rivers Senior Director, Venture Capital & Portfolio Operations Mary Dimou will be on hand, as well.

Canopy Rivers is one of the primary backers of the cannabis industry, and provides financial, administrative and managerial support to a number of companies. Dimou will speak as part of the forum’s Meet the Investors panel, providing insight into what investment companies look for when seeking new targets, as well as what trends are being seen in the cannabis industry going forward.

Among Canopy Rivers’ existing targets are companies such as TerrAscend, High Beauty, Inc. and Headset, Inc. TerrAscend recently began sales out of a newly expanded cultivation facility in San Francisco, CA. High Beauty has now introduced a new line of products that combine aloe with hemp seed oil, organic plant oil and other proven wellness compounds that are currently being sold on Walmart.com, as well as in 1,760 CVS locations.

Headset introduced Headset Insights Pulse, giving cannabis companies the ability to compare markets and explore industry data to make smarter business decisions. It is available in Massachusetts, California, Colorado, Michigan, Nevada, Oregon and Washington in the US, and Alberta and British Columbia in Canada.

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