Who Is It For?
New businesses who would like to acquire a license in Malta
International and Local Doctors
Worldwide Medical Students
Experts and novices looking to learn more about the advancements within the medical cannabis industry
Why Should You Attend?
The Medical Cannabis World Forum will bring together a unique set of speakers who are shaping the global cannabis industry. From policy makers to business leaders, the forum will provide key insights from the people who are at the forefront of this industry.
The Latest In Medical Advancements
The two-day conference will cover the latest news from the medical sector. Leading medical practitioners will present their studies and the Maltese Medicines’ Authority chief will put forward his vision of making Malta a center of excellence in the medical cannabis space.
Malta is set to become the medical cannabis capital of Europe. The Medical Cannabis World Forum will be a unique opportunity to meet the people from the medical, legal, commercial and fintech sectors who will be at the center of this business in years to come. Q&A’s breakout meetings and network events will form central parts of this year’s CWF and be the perfect setting to make valuable business connections.
Learn About The Latest Legislations
The law and regulations covering medical cannabis in Malta are unique for Europe. During the two-day long CWF, local policy makers and government officials will deep dive into the medical cannabis legal framework and explain why they believe that the Maltese legislation will become the benchmark for other European countries in the years to come.
Connect With The Right People
Whether looking for advice about medical cannabis cultivation, licensing in Malta or insights about the local legislation, the MCWF will present the perfect setting to meet the right people in the industry. Decision makers, global industry leaders, and policy shapers will all be under one roof to network and discuss the future of the medical cannabis world.
The 16th century building now the Mediterranean Conference Centre has long been one of Valletta’s most remarkable landmarks. Located towards the tip of Valletta peninsula. the MCC stands for distinction with magnificent views across the Grand Habour.
The building was built as a hospital in the 16th century by the Order of St John, and it was known as the Sacra Infermeria.It was known as the Grand Hospital during the French occupation of Malta. It was one of the leading hospitals in Europe until the 18th century, and it remained in use until 1920.
The building is now used for multiple banquets, exhibitions, international conventions and theatrical shows.
The MCC is a rare example in the region of a heritage building functioning to the exacting demands of the 21st century. The Centre’s long experience and reputation as a unique quality venue is confirmed by its membership of the prestigious Historic Conference Centres of Europe (HCCE)
When? Coming November 2018
The conference will take place on 20th-21st November 2018