CFN Media returns for a second year with exclusive video coverage of MJ Unpacked Las Vegas, offering interviews with and consultation to the industry’s top executives.
Whitefish, MT — via NewMediaWire — CFN Enterprises Inc. (OTCQB: CNFN), a digital media and ecommerce company focused on advancing businesses and brands in highly regulated emerging industries across the globe, today announced that its CFN Media division will attend and cover the upcoming MJ Unpacked conference in Las Vegas, Nevada between September 28 and 30, 2022. As a media partner, CFN Media will film courtesy interviews of and consult with influential leaders, brands and investors attending the marquee conference.
“CFN Media offers services that connect cannabis and hemp brands, executives, investors and consumers together through engaging targeted media,” said CFN Media President Frank Lane. “We encourage companies, thought leaders and investors to visit the CFN Media booth or make arrangements to discuss their needs and be interviewed by contacting Frank Lane at (206) 369-7050 or [email protected]”
CFN Media Booth is # 128 and it can be found here on the floor plan on the top left.
CFN Media provided exclusive coverage of last year’s Las Vegas event, including interviews with market leaders like Turning Point Brands:
MJ Unpacked is the first cannabis event of its kind bringing together cannabis retailers, THC CPG brands, and investors to connect, collaborate, and access capital. The event will bring together an estimated 2,000 top-level brand and retail executives and high net worth investors, making it one of the most productive and valuable conferences in the industry.
“MJ Unpacked enters its second year as the only national cannabis event exclusively for brand and retail executives and investors, setting the stage for a flurry of deals getting done,” said Jage Media CEO & Co-Founder George Jage. “We are proud to have CFN Media as a partner to amplify this pivotal moment while helping companies and brands thrive in the capital and consumer markets.”
About CFN Enterprises Inc.
CFN Enterprises Inc. (OTCQB: CNFN) is a digital media and ecommerce company focused on advancing businesses and brands in highly regulated emerging industries across the globe. CFN connects investors with new market opportunities while helping consumers find innovative products that enhance their lives. Learn more at www.cfnenterprisesinc.com.
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