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Members meet to share progress in February

Members meet to share progress in February

Members of the Cannabis Industry Council are coming together in London on Wednesday 24 February to discuss the progress being made by members.

Taking place both in person and via Zoom, the meeting will see Working Group Chairs and members discuss priorities, actions and outcomes from the last three months.

With Working Groups now covering seven key areas of the cannabis and hemp CBD sectors, supported by Lobbying and PR and Marketing activity, the Council is making good progress towards its first priorities.

Interested in joining the Council?

Learn more about the opportunities and benefits of membership of the CIC here, or to attend the meeting with a view to becoming a member, please contact us to arrange.


Meet the Working Groups

Environment, Social & Governance

As a new industry, the Cannabis and Hemp sector has the opportunity to define new standards for business, patient engagement and environmental impact.

Hemp Working Group

The Hemp Group works on priorities to drive forward progress and standardisation across the Hemp CBD industry and further the aims of the Council.

Prescription Cannabis Working Group

The Prescription Cannabis Group works to establish medical cannabis as an accessible and respected treatment option for patients in the UK.

Plant Science Working Group

The Plant Science group highlights the unique biology, growing conditions and expectations of cultivating cannabis under license in the UK.

Research Working Group

The Research Working Group exists to commission and carry out research including economic analyses, condition-specific case studies, and explore real-world vs RCT evidence.

Standards Working Group

The Standards Group set and define the standards for the industry around seven critical areas for Hemp, Cannabis Food Supplements and Cannabis-Based Prescription Medicines (CBPMs).

Adult Use Scoping Group

A new group Chaired by Dr Callie Seaman, this group will review a range of international experiences, assess the existing market and carry out impact reviews into this area.

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