Mr. Rabinovitch to participate in the ‘International’ panel at 11:50 a.m. ET on Tuesday, November 30, 2021
NEW YORK and TORONTO and HERZLIYA, Israel — InterCure Ltd. (NASDAQ: INCR) (TSX: INCR.U) (TASE: INCR) (dba Canndoc) (“InterCure” or the “Company”) today announced that Alexander Rabinovitch, CEO of InterCure, will participate in Cowen’s 4th Annual Cannabis Conference, taking place virtually from November 29 – December 1, 2021.
Mr. Rabinovitch will participate in the ‘International’ panel at 11:50 a.m. ET on Tuesday, November 30, 2021.
Management will be available for virtual one-on-one meetings with institutional and corporate clients of the firm. To find out more, please visit the conference website at https://www.cowen.com/conferences-and-events/4th-annual-cannabis-conference/.
If you are interested in scheduling a one-on-one meeting with InterCure’s management team, please contact [email protected].
About InterCure (dba Canndoc)
InterCure (dba Canndoc) (NASDAQ: INCR) (TSX: INCR.U) (TASE: INCR) is the leading, profitable, and fastest growing cannabis company outside of North America. Canndoc, a wholly owned subsidiary of InterCure, is Israel’s largest licensed cannabis producer and one of the first to offer Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certified and pharmaceutical-grade medical cannabis products. InterCure leverages its market leading distribution network, best in class international partnerships and a high-margin vertically integrated “seed-to-sale” model to lead the fastest growing cannabis global market outside of North America.
For more information, visit: http://www.intercure.co.
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