When it comes to the diversity of plant life encountered in the agriculture, horticulture and gardening industries, nothing compares to meeting face to leaf. Physical contact is essential when it comes to evaluating the quality of the plants, not to mention seeing creative flower arrangements and show gardens. It’s why garden shows have become prevalent and it’s key to book a booth and make an appearance.
You not only meet with new people – potential clients and peers you can exchange stories and tips with, but also remain up to date with the latest trends and ruling aesthetics. If you’re one of the lucky ones, you can also be an influencer and enjoy great success during and after the event in question. If you’re ready to take the plunge, allow us to give you direction where to head in 2016.
Here are 4 potential events with international appeal and high attendance.
GLEE 2016: In late summer, you can head to Birmingham for one of the liveliest and most colorful garden shows. You can count on a smart, inventive layout that allows you see as much as possible as fast as possible and predispose buyers. Over 530 exhibitors will make the event truly unforgettable. Attract the limelight your way with a ticket and a booth!
BBC GARDENERS’ WORLD LIVE 2016: But before GLEE, there is this terrific event in June again in Birmingham where you’ll have the chance to marvel at some truly incredible show gardens, nursery stands of the highest quality and an assortment of flowers and plants you’ll not believe. It’s the place to come looking for new arrangement ideas and new sorts to add to your catalogue. The Flower Marquee will forever live in your memory.
EIMA INTERNATIONAL 2016: We’re moving away to sunny Bologna in Italy for this late autumn exhibition in November with an emphasis on modern agriculture. It’s a meeting point for experts and engineers as well as a market place where 50,000 models of machinery and equipment for all types of agricultural operations or green work for every model of enterprise are put on display.
IPM DUBAI 2016: The Middle East concerns itself with the needs and challenges faced in the horticulture and fresh produce industry in the Gulf region. It’s a significant event with a focus on technical innovations and solutions with over 1000 companies presenting their equipment and services to an audience exceeding 35000 trade visitors.
Now that you’ve selected your destination and industry event, it’s time to move on to the particulars of your business trip. Trade Fair Trips ltd assists you every step of the way when it comes to finding a hotel and then booking it!