Available until December 11

Early bird tickets AIPH International Grower of the Year Awards

Celebrating the world’s best ornamentals growers. On Thursday, 28 January 2016, during IPM Essen, Germany, the Awards Gala Dinner takes place. Early bird tickets for this Gala Dinner of the AIPH International Grower of the Year Awards 2016 are available now until 11 December 2015.

Tickets prices
Individual: €170 (Regular €190)
Group: €150 (Regular €170)
+ VAT per person
(Minimum 1 table of 10 seats)

Award finalists
Ornamental growers from Canada, China, Germany, Netherlands, Turkey, UK and USA are finalists in the Awards: Arcadia Chrysanten - Netherlands, Costa Farms - USA, Dashun International Flower - China, Dutchmaster Nurseries - Canada, Flash Tarim Urunleri (Flash Flowers) -Turkey, Florensis - Germany/Netherlands, Kunming Hongzhihua Gardening - China, Majestic Trees - UK and Shanghai Yuanyi Seedling - China.

Gold Rose
Bronze, Silver and Gold will be awarded, where applicable, to each category - Finished Plants & Trees, Young Plants and Cut Flowers. Each of the category winners will be judged for the final and most prestigious award – the Gold Rose, awarding them the global status of AIPH International Grower of the Year.

AIPH Secretary General, Tim Briercliffe said: “We invite growers, traders, suppliers, retailers, business leaders and all those linked to the ornamental horticulture industry to join us at this momentous horticultural occasion. Do make use of this early-bird discount to ensure you don’t miss out.”

The Awards Gala Dinner is held in partnership with Headline Sponsor, FloraHolland and Founding Partner, FloraCulture International.

For more information:
Tim Briercliffe, AIPH Secretary General
Email: sg@aiph.org
Tel: +44 (0) 118 9308956
Mobile: +44 (0) 7885 750324
Website: www.aiph.org

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