Japan: IFEX 2017 welcomes 42,761 visitors

The 14th edition of the International Flower Expo Tokyo (IFEX), together with GARDEX, TOOL JAPAN and AGRI WORLD, has drawn a record number of 42,761 visitors over three days. This year, the four different shows created the largest show with 1,870 exhibitors that would like to expand their business in this market. The show is unique in that so many Japanese flower growers gather at one place. Over 200 Japanese growers exhibited this year to meet Japanese and international buyers.

Exhibition floor.

Not only Japanese companies but many overseas flower growers have utilized IFEX as a gateway to the Japanese market. Also this year, the show welcomed exhibitors from 18 countries from continents like Asia, Africa, South America and Europe.

Active business meetings were taking place everywhere.

IFEX 2018
Next year, in 2018, the show will be held from October 10 - 12, 2018. For this edition, the organizers estimate to welcome a total of around 65,000 importers and buyers, with 2,810 exhibitors for all four shows that are being held concurrently. Interested in exhibiting at this show? Click here for the Exhibiting Information Request.

Events & seminars were held during the show. On photo from top to bottom: IFEX Flower Awards 2017 winners revealed, Preserved & Artificial Flower Arrangement Contest, Flower Arrangement Show.

For more information
IFEX Show Management
18F Shinjuku-Nomura Bldg., 1-26-2 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku-ku
Tokyo 163-0570, Japan
T: +81-3-3349-8519
Email: ifex-eng@reedexpo.co.jp

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