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- Growing Manager for Hydroponic strawberry producer
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- Export Trade Manager
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Schneider Young Plants at the Indagra
"Eastern Europe is a really fast growing market"
Together with its Romanian partner company, Erma Prod Com SRL, Schneider young plants from the Netherlands also participated at the event.
With approximately 61,500 visitors, consisting mainly of professionals from the agricultural sector, the Indagra is an ideal platform to meet face to face with hundreds of existing and potential new customers from Eastern Europe, helping companies such as Schneider young plants to understand the needs of this market, being able to adjust the sales politics and product assortment to the demand of that specific area. At the same time it is also a good opportunity for local growers to meet in person with their suppliers and build stronger relationships.
Eastern Europe has proven to be a really fast growing market in the past few years. Schneider young plants has partners in 10 countries located in Eastern Europe and the Balkans. Some of them are partners already for many years, while some of them are recently built relationships, with strongly growing companies ensuring very promising prospects.
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