30 September in Oxfordshire, UK:

Key topics at Garden Futures 2015: Economy matters, adapting to change, and staying ahead

Economy matters, adapting to change, and staying ahead of the game are some of the key topics on the agenda for Garden Futures 2015, for which the early bird rate is now extended.

The conference and dinner, sponsored by Hozelock and Scotts Miracle-Gro, takes place on Wednesday 30 September at Heythrop Park, Oxfordshire. The theme for this year is ‘Embracing Change’.

The event brings together key players in the garden industry to consider cutting-edge practices and ideas from business leaders and experts. Alongside hard hitting business-focused content, the conference and dinner provide the perfect opportunity for networking with the leading figures in the business.

Speakers include:
Will Butler-Adams OBE, Brompton Bicycle CEO
Ronald van Veen, Chairman of EFSA
Simon Jack, Business and Economics presenter for Radio 4’s Today Programme
Dennis Reid, from Retail Performance Specialists
Echo Lu, Managing Director of Homebase
David Domoney, TV gardener and broadcaster
Chris Collins, landscaper and former Blue Peter gardener
Simon Davies, Group Marketing Director for Hozelock
Barry Page, CEO for Town & Country

This year’s after dinner speaker is former BBC senior weatherman Bill Giles OBE.

Book now at www.gardenfutures.org.uk to benefit from the extended early bird rate, which runs until 11 September.


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