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Photo Report: Flower Expo Poland

The second edition of Flower Expo Poland ended last Saturday, September 2. A dynamic show with a lot of potential that is not attracting immense crowds yet is how this edition can be more or less summarized. For this reason, the exhibitors were moderately positive and we bumped into several companies who visited the show to discover the opportunities. 'We are considering to exhibit next year, because the Polish market is growing strongly', that's the idea.

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The Dutch are pioneering in the field of cut flowers and indoor plants. However, they are noticing the strong competition for African and South American growers.

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Publication date: 9/7/2017
Author: Elita Vellekoop



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