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HTA’s Nursery Supply Show 2017 is going VIP

Now seven years into existence, the HTA Nursery Plant Show is now a staple date in the horticultural calendar.

Mobile apps, international traveller lounges, and rehydration stations all combine to provide a quintessential VIP experience

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6 June 2017 | 0

The Horticultural Trades Association (HTA) Nursery Plant Show 2017 aims to impress both domestic and foreign visitors by providing a VIP experience at this year’s show.

“Visitors can expect to see a range of suppliers from labelling and product information companies, substrate and growing media through to display benching, potting machinery and everything in between that helps to sell more plants”, according to the HTA

Taking place on June 20th and 21st at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire, the HTA has worked closely with the venue to enhance the experience of their visitors.

This year’s show will include re-hydration stations around the halls offering ice cold, lemon and mint infused water, fruit stops where you can grab one of your five a day and Food On The Go pods where you can pick up a bowl of soup and a bread roll.

Despite the current political climate established by Brexit, the National Plant Show will host play a much greater European audience this year through partnership between the Salon du Végétal fair, HTA National Plant Show and HTA Nursery Supply Show.

Direct and indirect flights between Nantes and Birmingham and welcome lounges especially set up for foreign buyers will accommodate travellers to the Nursery Show.

An app is available for downloading from the app stores: App Store for Apple devices and Google PlayStore for Android devices. Just search ‘HTA Plant Show’.

The app includes: seminar listings, which you can set reminders for so you don’t miss a session; a full exhibitor listing, with contact details and links to their website, and the ability to highlight any exhibitor you have seen as a reminder for after the show; as well as speaker and sponsor profiles, notes capacity and much more.

Keep an eye out over the coming weeks when we will be featuring other events taking place at the show. Visitors can save time on arrival to the show by registering for a visitor badge in advance, allowing them to go straight into the show.

For more information and to register in advance please visit www.nationalplantshow.co.uk

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