ReLeaf, Malta’s most prominent pro-cannabis legalisation group, is one year old. In the 12 months since their forming, Malta has legalised medical cannabis, as well as legalised the manufacturing of medical cannabis, and is fast on its way to becoming a centre of medical cannabis for Europe.
To celebrate how much progress has been made in Malta in just one year, ReLeaf is hosting an open-floor discussion on the future of medical and recreational cannabis in Malta.
As the government prepares to start debating the legalisation of cannabis for personal use in parliament, this discussion will give you all the information you need to know about the future of weed in Malta.
Some of the most prominent people in the evolving cannabis industry will be there
Expect to find out what’s happening both on the ground level as well as on the legislative level. The speakers include everyone from prescribing doctors to tech entrepreneurs to writers and researchers, so get ready to learn.
And you’ll be able to get an insight into the future of cannabis in Malta
Have you considered working in the cannabis industry in Malta? Maybe you want to open up your own establishment once cannabis is legal. You can find out more at the event.
It’s going to be hosted in Malta’s hottest new venue in front of a glorious Valletta backdrop
ReLeaf will be hosting their event at Movida, one of the newest indoor/outdoor venues. Situated just off Tigne Point in Sliema, with an incredible view of Valletta by the sea, the discussion will be able to take place in an open and free environment.
It will be held outside, weather permitting, but they’ve got an indoor space set up just in case.
And you’ll even be able to get your hands on a free ticket worth €500
The Medical Cannabis World Forum debuts this year – and you are invited. This is Malta’s biggest conference on cannabis, and is set to become a keystone of the event calendar, drawing in some of the biggest companies and entrepreneurs in the world.
ReLeaf have partnered with organisers to offer a limited amount of free tickets to attendee’s of Friday’s event – and tickets are being sold for €500, so get them while they are still available, it’s on a first come, first served basis.