Green-tech looks forward to packed programme of events for rest of 2017

Growing landscape supplier Green-tech is attending more events than ever this year, with a busy quarter ahead.

The Green-tech team is growing and busier than ever. Image: Green-tech
The Green-tech team is growing and busier than ever. Image: Green-tech

The company is this year’s sponsor of the WorldSkills UK Landscaping completion, which is run by the APL, as well being the headline sponsor of the BALI National Landscape Awards, held in association with Horticulture Week.

The Green-tech team have a busy schedule of nine exhibitions and conferences ahead of them in Q4 of this year and a further 10 CPD presentations. Events include the AA National Amenity Conference, Exeter 2017 from 10 to 13 September, Contamination Expo 2017, London: 27 and 28 September, Scothort, Edinburgh on 28 September, SoilsCon, Henley-on-Thames on 17 October, Saltex in Birmingham on 1 and 2 November and the SGD Autumn Conference in London on 18 November. The company is also ever-expanding, with its two most recent hires joining this month.

The Yorkshire company is also holding an open day for customers and suppliers on 7 September.

Head of sales, Richard Gill said: "The next quarter is always a busy period for Green-tech, but even by our standards this is impressive. We have an abundance of good quality events in the landscaping industry and they offer us a great opportunity to meet suppliers, customers and prospects.  We have strong relationships in the industry so these events provide a perfect opportunity to catch up and enjoy a drink or two in the evening."

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