NECANN Boston 2022

This year, Brian Anderson and David Vaillencourt, CEO of  GMP Collective has been selected to speak about the evolving regulation in the cannabis industry at the New England Cannabis Convention in Boston. The session is titled ‘Stay Ahead of Evolving Regulations – Industry Standards, Good Manufacturing Practices and Impacts on Cannabis Facility Design’ and will take place March 18th at 3:00pm in room 103 at the Hynes Convention Center. 

NECANN’s purpose is to provide a business and education hub for the New England Cannabis Industry. Events where MMJ patients, caregivers, Canna-businesses, entrepreneurs, investors, and community partners can meet, network, introduce products and innovations, educate, and learn. By bringing all the players in the local industry together and connecting them with potential partners across North America, grow the critical mass of knowledge, passion, and professionalism that already exists here, and provide a spark for explosive growth.

Stay Ahead of Evolving Regulations - Industry Standards, Good Manufacturing Practices and Impacts on Cannabis Facility Design

The cannabis industry continues to grow and evolve at a record pace, and with it are changing regulations that ensure compliance to producing safe products. Quality programs and Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) are requirements for food, dietary, and drug products globally, but are not well known by many cannabis owners. Connecticut has always required its medical cannabis facilities to meet cGMPs established by the US Food and Drug Administration. New York and many other states are quickly following suit. GMPs have specific requirements that need to be addressed during design of cultivation and production facilities. These are proven risk-mitigation programs that increase overall product quality and safety, reduce rework, reduce insurance and liability claims, and avoid brand damaging recalls. Learn from experts with hands-on experience in GMP design and implementation programs so you know how to ask the right questions before it’s too late.