Cannabis Explained – $1 Billion in Pot Market-cap in Attendance – May 2018

Cannabis Explained – $1 Billion in Pot Market-cap in Attendance – May 2018

May 18, 2018 – Last night on a warm Spring evening in Costa Mesa, the International Executive Council (IEC) hosted three of the most prominent investors and leaders in the global, Cannabis industry, with an astounding collective market-cap of $1 billion. Kevin Maloney, CEO of IEC, moderated an insightful and interactive conversation on the numerous health benefits, economic opportunities and federal regulatory aspects of Cannabis.

In a room jammed with IEC members and qualified prospects, our panel detailed where to invest into the rapidly growing Cannabis marketplace, as well as aspects of how healthcare markets will begin mixing THC oils to create products to combat disease and other harms to society.

IEC celebrated its 74th member initiation tonight with Mike Matuz joining, I had the honor to raise his hand to the audience and welcome him in warm hospitality style.

The IEC continues to build on organic momentum – achieving over 70 dues paying members in unprecedented timing (6-months). As a member generated organization, events and activities have been proposed through 2020. Next week, several IEC members will be traveling across the Atlantic, to Amsterdam, where they will embark on a 3 night, 4 day experience of art, culture, cuisine and European society, hosted by IEC/IMA partner, Nolet Spirits (makers of Ketel One Vodka).

Thank you to our good friend and IMA partner, Mario Marovic for hosting the IEC at his brand new “Country Club” restaurant and nightclub in Costa Mesa. Marovic is the impresario of hospitality throughout Orange County. His elegant and high end establishments have led him to become the undisputed champ in the region. We look forward to doing many more events with his organization.

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Thank you,

Sinan Kanatsiz

Founder, IEC

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cc: Kevin Maloney, CEO, IEC

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