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Houston marijuana investment conference postponed

MIC-horizontal-webA marijuana investment conference slated for early September in Houston has been postponed.

The conference was created to respond to the growing interest in investments in the legalized marijuana industry and the increasing demand for growth capital for legal businesses.

“We want to bring investors together with companies who will provide products and services that will be involved in the growing, harvesting and selling of legalized marijuana,” said Stuart Maudlin, CEO, Marijuana Investment Conferences. “Companies that provide accounting services, banking and payment processing, consultants, hydroponics and cultivation production, infused products and edibles providers, insurance, packaging, security systems, software, point-of-sale systems, testing and lab services should attend as well as growers and sellers.”

Organizers plan to hold the conference on October 5 and 6, citing declines in Maudlin’s health as the reason for rescheduling the event.

They also say management of the event will be turned over a third party.

It will still take place at the Westin Memorial City Hotel in Houston.

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