The Brazilian Association of Cannabis Industries (ABICANN) is an associative business entity – under private law, not for profit – with administrative, financial and non-partisan autonomy, governed by Statute and current legislation.
Brazil represents 33% of the South American market in the intention of consuming medicinal products based on Cannabis Medicinal. If this plant is cultivated in the country, we will be able to inject billions into the national economy. The potential for generating jobs exceeds more than 300,000 jobs in 10 years. [+]
ABICANN is made up of corporate or individual members. They are companies, professionals and investors interested in collaborating for the development of the medical cannabis and industrial hemp industries in the country. Gathered in Committees and Working Groups, these professionals discuss proposals to make the sector economically viable and, automatically, collaborate with access to patients who need drugs based on cannabis molecules and need adequate prices for consumption. [+]
ABICANN’s objectives and purposes converge to its performance as an associative entity under private law, responsible for managing environments that promote innovation, activities of public and social relevance, focused on the cannabis market and/or industry and within the relevant legal norms and regulations. It acts as a support organization for civil society and its communities, through the feasibility of research (P,D&I), analysis and dissemination of information on the cannabis market and its related industries (Medicinal/Industrial), in relation to the application of resources, ethical behavior of its stakeholders, the results generated and the quality of products and services circulated. [+]