Spirit of Four Oaks to live on with virtual event for 2020

Four Oaks will live on in virtual form this year after the UK’s top commercial horticulture show was forced to cancel the September event due to the coronavirus crisis.

The 2020 Spirit of Four Oaks virtual exhibitor guide will bring the industry together in the absence of a physical show this year.

The guide allows exhibitors to have a platform to showcase their plants, services and products to visitors in 2020 with an option for all budgets, through a variety of ways:

  • company profiles
  • content articles
  • videos and podcasts

The show provides exhibitors with the opportunity to meet new and existing clients to showcase their products and services. With the 50th Anniversary show postponed to 2021 we need to provide an informative platform for both exhibitors and visitors.

Visitors will be encouraged to the site via content articles, e-bulletins, HorticultureWeek.co.uk website, emails, podcasts and social media. 

Spirit of Four Oaks virtual exhibitors will also be featured in Horticulture Week print edition August 2020.

I commend the guide as the next best thing to face-to-face meetings and hope to see many of those who love Four Oaks, as well as newcomers to the show, getting involved.

For details, please contact Four Oaks Trade Show media partner: Horticulture Week :-

roisin.kennedy@haymarket.com  
or
matthew.appleby@haymarket.com


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