Flourishing Green is Life & Flower Expo Polska 2021

On September 2-3-4 in Warsaw, EXPO XXI hosted the 28th edition of the International Green is Life & Flower Expo Polska Exhibition. After a two-year break and uncertainty related to the epidemiological situation, the fair has come to fruition again, bringing together the green industry under the slogan Let's Meet! Despite the smaller scope, there was a joyful atmosphere among exhibitors and visitors and the satisfaction of being able to talk in person again. The optimism so clearly felt during the exhibition is certainly also related to the recent boom in the industry. 

Nearly 150 companies from Poland, the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, France, Denmark, and Italy participated in the fair. Garden plants, which are the heart of the exhibition, were accompanied by garden equipment, and technologies for green areas and plant production, as well as floristry. Compared to 2019, plant producers had a greater share in the fair.  Due to difficulties in transport and international travel - fewer companies from abroad, mainly florists, attended the Expo.

4917 professional visitors attended the Expo. This is 69% of the 2019 level. 90% used the first two days of the fair for this purpose. This time there were more people from the industry than hobbyists, who attended mainly on Saturday. In total, during the three days of the fair, nearly 9400 people were hosted, and, despite the difficulties at the borders, guests came from Belgium, Bulgaria, Belarus, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Great Britain, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Latvia, Moldova, the Netherlands, Romania, Russia, Sweden, Slovenia, and even the United Arab Emirates.

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