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Dyma Williams to Host Historic VICannaCulture Networking and Business Development Event

Dyma Williams, CEO of VICannaCulture (Submitted photo)

Virgin Islands native and esteemed healthcare leader, Dyma Williams, CEO of VICannaCulture,™ proudly announces the inaugural VICannaCulture Networking and Business Development Event, set to take place from April 17-20, at the prestigious Carambola Beach Resort on St. Croix.

VirgVICannaCulture™ is more than just a seminar and expo; it’s a transformative experience aimed at fostering growth and innovation in the burgeoning cannabis industry of the Virgin Islands. With a mission to promote naturopathic healthcare, wellness and well-being through the use of plant medicine and alternative therapies, VICannaCulture™ is poised to become the premier seed-to-sale resource for cannabis education, collaboration and networking in the region.

Williams, with over 15 years of experience in healthcare leadership specializing in regulatory compliance and patient wellness, is the driving force behind this groundbreaking event. Her passion for community well-being and her dedication to shaping the future of the cannabis industry in the Virgin Islands make her the perfect leader for this initiative.

“I am thrilled to bring the VICannaCulture Networking and Business Development Event to my beloved St. Croix,” said Williams. “This event represents an unparalleled opportunity for industry professionals and enthusiasts alike to come together, learn from each other, and chart the course for a prosperous and sustainable future for cannabis in our community. Moreover, I am so excited to have a team of Virgin Islanders!”

The event will feature a diverse lineup of speakers, presenters and subject matter experts from both the U.S. mainland and the territory, including local community members, and policy and regulatory experts. Special presenters include Gia Morton, CEO of GVM Communications Inc., a renowned figure in the cannabis industry known for her expertise and advocacy.

The agenda is packed with engaging sessions, including a Welcome Reception, Seed to Sale Business Development Seminar, Policy with A Purpose session, “Cocktails, Cannabis and Conversations” evening event, and a grand finale “Vibes Under the Moonlight” celebration featuring musical sensation Deri’ and Friends.

“I would sincerely like to thank our sponsors that have joined us thus far: Messer Gases for Life, The Social Beer Garden, 101.3 Roe FM, Urban Foot Care and My Lawd Variety Store.”

“I extend a warm invitation to all interested parties to attend this landmark event,” said Williams. “This is an opportunity to be a part of history in the making, and I encourage everyone to join us in redefining the landscape of cannabis business development in the Virgin Islands.”

For further information, sponsorship inquiries, or to register, visit the website at www.vicannaculture.com. Also, people can email admin@vicannaculture.com or call 423-2515 or 277-7067.

Day 1 (April 17): Welcome Reception

Time: 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. – Free Admission

Day 2 (April 18): Seed to Sale Business Development Seminar

Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Conference Cost

Day 3 (April 19): Policy with A Purpose

Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Conference Cost

Day 3 (April 19): Evening Event: “Cocktails, Cannabis and Conversations” at The Social Beer Gardens, 50 Company Street, Christiansted, St. Croix, USVI at 6 p.m. – Free Admission

Day 4 (April 20): Celebrate 420!

Event: ” Vibes Under the Moonlight” featuring musical sensation Deri’ and Friends and Unlimited Sounds.

Time: 8 p.m. – Until; cost is $30 per person

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