Kenya: 4,000 visitors at Naivasha Horticultural Fair 2015

"The fair ended on a high note," says Jack Atambo of the Naivasha Horticultural Fair. This two-day event, held from the 18th till 19th of September 2015 in Kenya, attracted about 4,000 visitors.

Jack Atambo took photos of the fair to give us an impression of the show. Click here to view the entire photo report made by Atambo.

On the final day of the show, four companies and three sponsors were awarded. Amiran Kenya Ltd received the award for Best Stand Overall, Specialised Fibreglass Ltd for Most Innovative Stand, KCC for Best Charity Stand and Preesman Kenya Ltd for Best Flower Stand. The sponsors' awards went to Nation Media Group, CFC Stanbic Bank, and Greenlife Ltd.

Photos of the award ceremony taken by Jack Atambo. He took more photos of the fair to give us an impression of the show. Click here to view the entire photo report made by Atambo.

On behalf of Preesman, Jeroen van Marrewijk and Emeritus Kasee received the award for the best stand from Sally Share. "A lot of visitors visited our stand on both days and we received a lot of positive comments and compliments for the wide and nice assortment."
185 exhibitors from all over the world showcased their products and were pleased with the amount and quality of visitors. According to Wout Oor of Olij Breeding, one of the exhibitors, the fair was visited by many and high quality people. He also took and sent us some pictures of the fair:

Olij Breeding and Jan Spek Rozen at the Naivasha Horticultural Fair.

Parallel to the Fair, Olij Kenya Roses also organized an open house. "Also the open house attracted many visitors," said Wout Oor.

Sjenn Kragtwijk of Jan Spek Rozen and Philippe Veys of Olij Breeding.

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