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2019 Wine & Weed Symposium Dates Announced

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Wine Industry Network Opens Call for Topics and Speakers

Healdsburg, CA, October 23rd, 2018 – The Wine Industry Network (WIN) today announced that the 2019 Wine & Weed Symposium will be held August 8th at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek in Santa Rosa, CA. This one-day business conference has been extremely effective in gathering wine and cannabis industry professionals and thought leaders together to learn more about the impact the emerging cannabis industry may have on wine along with collaborative opportunities that may arise as well.

WIN is opening its “Call for Topics and Speakers” for the 2019 event and is looking for industry experts with unique perspectives, innovative leaders and policy makers to share their expertise with the north coast wine and cannabis community. Interested parties are encouraged to submit proposals that will enable attendees to better understand and navigate the quickly changing business climate, update them on the latest policy changes, and equip them with the information they need to explore available opportunities.   

Submit your proposal today to lead a session, participate in a panel or provide a presentation, go to: http://wine-weed.com/submit-topics.php

For more information and details about the event, please visit wine-weed.com or email [email protected]

About Wine Industry Network (WIN):

Wine Industry Network (WIN) (wineindustrynetwork.com), is based in Healdsburg, CA and is THE business resource for the wine industry. WIN produces two annual trade shows & conferences, the North Coast Wine Industry Expo (WIN Expo) (wineindustryexpo.com), and the Wine & Weed Symposium (wine-weed.com); the online daily news publication, Wine Industry Advisor (wineindustryadvisor.com); an online employment resource, WIN Jobs (wineindustry.jobs); and THE North American Wine Industry Database, Wine Industry Data (WIN Data) (wineindustrydata.com).

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