news BUSINESS The Future Of Cannabis Conferences StaffStaff October 21, 2020 9min0 ConferencesLift & Co. Related Articles BUSINESSDAILY HIT The Daily Hit: October 21, 2020 BUSINESS Flowr Is Buying Terrace Global In $63 Million Deal BUSINESS Empower Clinics To Buy Momentum Health For Canadian Expansion Editors Note: This story was written by Carly Fisher. At a time when it seems like no one can see eye-to-eye on anything, there is one undeniable fact that most can agree on: something needs to change. Industry leaders are hoping that 2021 will be the turnaround after a monumentally tragic year where the lingering effects of COVID-19 changed how business was done and how we communicate with one another in the online and offline worlds. Not only did this impact high-volume in-person trade show events, but also supporting industries such as hospitality, travel, arts, and leisure. Toronto-based cannabis events and marketing firm, Lift & Co, (OTC: LFCOF) which produces Canada’s largest cannabis expo, recently stunned industry insiders when it declared bankruptcy after laying off employees in March and postponing their annual November event.

BUSINESS The Future Of Cannabis Conferences StaffStaff October 21, 2020 9min0 ConferencesLift & Co. Related Articles BUSINESSDAILY HIT The Daily Hit: October 21, 2020 BUSINESS Flowr Is Buying Terrace Global In $63 Million Deal BUSINESS Empower Clinics To Buy Momentum Health For Canadian Expansion Editors Note: This story was written by Carly Fisher. At a time when it seems like no one can see eye-to-eye on anything, there is one undeniable fact that most can agree on: something needs to change. Industry leaders are hoping that 2021 will be the turnaround after a monumentally tragic year where the lingering effects of COVID-19 changed how business was done and how we communicate with one another in the online and offline worlds. Not only did this impact high-volume in-person trade show events, but also supporting industries such as hospitality, travel, arts, and leisure. Toronto-based cannabis events and marketing firm, Lift & Co, (OTC: LFCOF) which produces Canada’s largest cannabis expo, recently stunned industry insiders when it declared bankruptcy after laying off employees in March and postponing their annual November event.

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