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Come visit us in Toronto, May 27-29 as we host our 9th Conference and Expo just minutes from the airport at the Delta by Marriott Toronto Airport Convention Centre. Don't miss out on Canada's largest collection of growers, retailers and brands.

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Edmonton, AB, September 29 - Oct. 1, 2024

We are look forward to hosting our 10th Conference and Expo downtown at the Edmonton Convention Centre. Don't miss out on Canada's largest collection of growers, retailers and brands.

Previous Speaking Engagements at Grow Up:
2021 Niagara Falls

Raine Maida

Raine Maida has successfully and passionately blurred the lines between music, tech and humanitarianism for the past two decades . A 4 Time Juno award winning artist fronting the multi platinum selling alt rock band OurLadyPeace, Raine has also written & produced hits for internationally acclaimed artists Carrie Underwood, Pink, Kid Inc , USS, Avril Lavigne and Kelly Clarkson.

A calculated risk taker with deep industry knowledge Raine has spent the past 10 years building & developing solutions on the technology side to help support creators during the paradigm shift to digital & beyond. From SaaS Geo marketing applications to Live Streaming platforms to Blockchain, Raine applies the same holistic approach to music to his technology endeavors. He brings his unique blend of critical and creative thinking to all aspects of building sustainable companies & product.

Raine is currently a co-founder & director of LoopPool, a forward thinking, artist fronted Cannabis company.

He is also Chief Product Officer of S!NG & a co-founder of The S!NG MKRT & S!NG Lab, a Seattle based Blockchain company for creators in the intellectual property & NFT space.

At the core of all Raine Maida’s pursuits is his desire to be vigilant, conscious & aware which has been highlighted by his humanitarian efforts which have garnered him multiple distinctions including the prestigious Tiffany Mark award in 2014 culminating In 2016 when he was appointed to The Order Of Canada, his home country’s highest honor.