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CHA to discuss export opportunities at IPM Essen
In particular the association will be inviting interested companies to exhibit on its dedicated British pavilions at IPM Essen, Germany (24-27 January 2017).
The international trade fair for plants (IPM ESSEN) is the world’s leading trade fair for horticulture. It is the only specialist trade fair of its kind to cover the entire value chain of plants, including production, technology, floristry, garden features, and the point of sale. No other plant fair offers trade visitors such a comprehensive market overview and so many multifaceted novelties. 1,587 exhibitors from 49 nations and over 57,000 visitors from 103 countries attended in 2016.
As an Accredited Trade Organisation and Trade Challenge Partner with the government department for export and investment, the Commercial Horticultural Association will be organising a British group and has once again attracted funding under the government’s Tradeshow Access Programme, which allows eligible companies to receive grants of at least £1,000 towards exhibit costs.
This offers a valuable opportunity, particularly for new or inexperienced exporters taking their first steps into international markets. Participation as part of the British pavilions offers a modest-cost and fully supported presence which could otherwise be beyond the resources of companies new to export or wishing to simply explore the market opportunities.
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