The investment climate in Ukraine is becoming more and more favourable thanks to government reforms and a strong economic outlook; economic growth in 2017 is forecasted at 2% and for 2018 a growth of 3.5% is forecasted.
With the Free Trade Agreement between the EU and Ukraine now finally being in place the organisers notice an increasing interest for the Ukrainian market.
For the first time the exhibition will host a Polish Pavilion, which is being organized by PIART Marketing agency in Poland. Amongst Polish companies there is great interest for the Ukrainian market, which is understandable considering Poland and Ukraine are neighbouring countries and always have had strong trade relations.
Companies which registered recently, include: Ascania Flora (Ukraine), Beekenkamp Plants (Netherlands), Deliflor Chrysanten (Netherlands), Haakman Flowerbulbs (Netherlands), Hortorus Bartosiewicz Sp. J. (Poland), Invos Flowers (Colombia), Kordes (Germany), Limflor BV (Netherlands) and Sky 7 (Ukraine).
Many more countries are expected to sign up in the coming months.
View the photo report we made at last year's event.
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