Plena Global Holding’s Medical Director will be Presenting at Several High-Profile Events and Forums on Behalf of the Company
Vancouver, British Columbia – Plena Global Holdings Inc. (“Plena” or the “Company”), is very pleased to announce that the company’s Medical Director, Dr. David Hepburn will attend several upcoming high-profile events as a keynote speaker on behalf of the company.
- Beginning on Monday October 15th at the Natural evolution of Health event in Calgary, Dr. David Hepburn as the keynote speaker will present on the topic of medical cannabis and its relevance in today’s world.
- The 2018 College and Association of Respiratory Therapists of Alberta (CARTA) Conference and Trade Show will take place from October 25-27th where Dr. Hepburn will be presenting a keynote on the topic of Cannabis in the Workplace.
- Next up is the Thrive Health & Wellness Festival in Canmore, Alberta. Dr. Hepburn is scheduled to speak at the Malcolm Hotel on Thursday October 25th where he will be discussing how Prevention, Prediction, Protection, Personalization, Preparation and Participatory action will help audience members live long healthful lives and “die young at an old age”.
Dr. Hepburn is a renowned physician and popular speaker who is celebrated for his cannabinoid knowledge and expertise. He is an award-winning author and speaker and is a member of the Society of Cannabis Clinicians (SCC), International Association for Cannabinoid Medicines (IACM), the Canadian Consortium for the Investigation of Cannabinoids (CCIC) and Physicians for Medical Cannabis (PMC).
About Plena Global Holdings
Plena Global Holdings was founded in 2017 by multiple professionals with a long experience within the medical cannabis industry. Initially a technology company specializing in software for live crop growth tracking, Plena’s focus shifted to production as it realized demand was higher than the production capacity and economic viability of North American medical cannabis producers and cultivators. Plena has already secured more than 1000 hectares of land to grow medical marijuana in South America.