HortiFlora Ethiopia: Future of growth for Ethiopian flori- and horticulture industry

The HortiFlora Ethiopia is in its second day and the atmosphere on the exhibition floor is positive. Besides the record number of exhibitors in this 7th edition, the reactions from the visitors indicate a future of growth for the Ethiopian flori- and horticulture industry. The main goal of the exhibition is promoting more exports through more production and more growers. Also yesterday, during the opening of the show, President Sahle-Work Zewde encouraged the foreign visitors to invest in the sector of flowers, vegetables and fruit in Ethiopia 

President Sahle-Work Zewde opened the show yesterday. (Source: Twitter page Alemayehu)

The HortiFlora is serving Ethiopia's horticulture an floriculture industry since 2005 and is proven to be an attractive platform for the exhibiting growers and exporters, brokers, breeders, cargo agencies, airlines and other (technical & service) suppliers of the Ethiopian horticulture and floriculture industries.

Below an impression of the show, including some posts of the exhibitors that we found on Social Media. On Monday March 18, we will publish the entire recap of the show. 

Pictures posted on the Twitter page of United Selections

Picture posted on the Twitter page of Holla Roses

Source: Twitter page Roam Technology.

Source: Twitter page Belgium in Addis Ababa

Source: Twitter page Belgium in Addis Ababa


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