Plantarium trade show announces 'connect' theme

Plantarium organisers have announced their 2014 theme - "Connect".

Organisers the the Dutch Nursery Trade Fair Foundation said it wants to emphasise the way that plants "bring people closer together".
 
Participants from 15 different countries and trade visitors from 48 countries make up the Plantarium show.

Last year, 36 per cent of the participants took orders at the show, while 81 per cent stated that they made new contacts.

Plantarium has kept exhibiting prices the same as last year in recognition of the nursery trade's struggles.
 
The 32nd edition of Plantarium will be held from 27 to 30 August 2014 in the Plantarium building at the International Trade Centre Boskoop-Hazerswoude.

See www.plantarium.nl for more information.


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