Cannabis Europa is proud to announce Be Cann as a bronze partner for our Paris conference February 8th at Maison de la Chimie.
Be Cann is a diversified French company that specialises in the research and development of applications using natural cannabis extracts. Cannabis Europa aims to forge partnerships with organisations who can both drive the French market forward, and help facilitate cooperation between emerging business actors in Europe and the global cannabis market.
Opening the French Market
European countries are already becoming leaders in certain segments of the industry. Last year, France saw a surge in demand for CBD products, despite their legal status remaining in a grey area – ‘neither legal, nor illegal’.
Cannabis Europa will feature panels that will shed light on how CBD regulations will evolve in France, and discuss how industry players and regulators can work together to increase government understanding of CBD and its appropriate legislation. Further, we will touch upon the question of French leadership in the CBD industry and how we can create opportunity in the emerging European market for hemp-based cosmetics, health products and food and beverages.
“We firmly believe that France can become one of the leaders in this industry, building on its internationally recognised strengths in scientific research, cosmetics, oenology, perfumery and agricultural excellence,” says Bertrand Pélissier, Chief Operating Officer of Be Cann.
CBD in Europe
Be Cann is an obvious choice for companies wishing to develop and market quality cannabis products in Europe, in strict compliance with the legal and regulatory framework in operation, and with a particular interest in the uses and applications of phytocannabinoids, most notably CBD.
Be Cann also specialises in helping foreign companies – especially those from North America – to spread in the European market by ensuring traceability and optimal security of the first finished product.
“Cannabis Europa is an ideal platform for constructive dialogue between public and private actors on the best ways to shape the legislative and economic environment around hemp in all its diversity,” says Pélissier, COO.
Are you joining us February 8th at Maison de la Chimie for Cannabis Europa Paris?