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Articles | January 15, 2019

Meet BIOS and Industry Experts Next Week at CCC in Portland, Oregon!

Join us at Booth #806 next week at the Cannabis Collaborative Conference (CCC) – January 23-24th at the Portland Expo Center!

Stop by, let’s talk science!

Watch our Post-show Video from 2018 Below!

New Icarus® Products

On display will be the Icarus Gi2, the Icarus Vi and the Icarus Li, BIOS’ low-cost, high efficacy option for flexible placement of grow lighting whether it’s leafy greens or flowering crops.

We will also answer questions on the latest Icarus Ti, which has a unique heat pipe design for optimal heat exchange keeping this high power greenhouse fixture cool to the touch.

Show Details

Cannabis Collaborative Conference (CCC)

DATE: January 23-24, 2018

LOCATION: Portland Expo Center, 2060 N Marine Dr, Portland, OR 97217

BOOTH: #806

TIME: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Meet the BIOS Lighting Team!

This year at the BIOS Lighting Booth, #806, we’re proud to have four BIOS experts onsite, and special appearances by Consultants, Partners, and Head Growers – See the schedule below!

Meet Industry Experts!

Jennifer Martin

CEO, Cannabis Cultivation Consultant

Visit with Jennifer Martin, CEO of Cannabis Cultivation Consulting, at the BIOS Lighting Booth!

“Jennifer has chosen to stay independent as a consultant who offers personalized unbiased support for cannabis cultivation entrepreneurs. She takes no commissions or referral fees from equipment companies and is thus free to recommend the latest products that offer the best balance between price and performance.”  https://cannabiscultivationconsulting.com/about/

Jennifer Martin is the winner of the 1998 San Francisco Bay Area Cannabis Cup with the strain Bubbleberry, and is a pioneer in the US Cloning Industry, having been the primary provider of clones to both the oldest and the largest medical marijuana dispensaries in the US – Berkeley Patients Group and Harborside Health Center – for a number of years between 1998 and 2008.

She has trained over 250 cultivators, worked with over 500 strains, and has been in involved in the design of over 35 facilities, including 17 of her own. She has managed as many as 20 workers at a time through high-stress quasi-legal situations.

Jennifer’s focus is on developing high yielding, boutique quality eco-friendly cultivation systems for the indoor marijuana industry. She is currently consulting on licensing, design and optimization of commercial cannabis cultivation facilities in California, Washington, Oregon, Alaska and Hawaii.

Patrick Wingerter

CEO, Coast to Coast Solutions

Visit with Patrick Wingerter, CEO of Coast to Coast Solutions, at the BIOS Lighting Booth!

“It’s hard to find someone like Patrick Wingerter in the Cannabis and Hemp sector. He’s an US Army trained engineer with 30 years in construction, 15 years of LED grow light design and over 10 years of water mitigation experience. Patrick has led teams for designing, engineering, & building projects in states such as Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada as well as the east coast.”

In the first 18 months of operation, Coast to Coast Solutions has contributed to the development of over 1M square feet of canopy space in the hemp & cannabis sector. Along with our affiliates, Coast to Coast Solutions can provide assistance to your business with all steps from design, construction, equipment, and consulting. Coast to Coast is here to support your business in operating smoother & more efficiently in all areas possible.

Coast to Coast Solutions is currently assisting on several projects in the State of MA, MI, VA, AK, HI, CA, NV, AZ, & RI. There aren’t many states, if any, Patrick & Coast to Coast solutions haven’t worked in.

Look For Us Near Partners in Sustainability

BIOS Lighting is proud to be an official Trade Ally of Energy Trust of Oregon as well as a Supporting Member of the Board of Technical Advisors for the Research Innovation Institute.Use the following to register today and receive $50 off* – promo code: CCC50

*No discounts at the door

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