What was the first international IFTF since the pandemic like?

Photo report: IFTF 2021

Last Friday, the Expo Haarlemmermeer closed its doors in Vijfhuizen for the first edition of the International Floriculture Trade Exhibition (IFTF) since the pandemic. While a press conference on Tuesday imposed new coronavirus measures in The Netherlands, the trade fair was able to continue with many foreign exhibitors finally showing their products in person again. From Kenya to Ecuador and Italy, companies from all over the world were exhibiting their floral products and services. The full parking lot and busy hallways showed that the floricultural world was excited to meet each other again.

The team of FloralDaily was also present to make a photo report of the show.

Click here for the IFTF photo report.

Clockwise: the team of Vista, the 247flowers.online team, Rwanda Fresh, and the Meilland team.

"A successful and busy edition"
Among the 150 exhibitors, many were very positive about this year's edition. The majority of the exhibitors found the trade fair busier than expected, and many of the visitors were potential new customers interested in their products. Accordingly, many business meetings were taking place, making it a very productive three days. Visitors were also enjoying the big floral arrangements to take pictures of, as phones and cameras were seen everywhere. While we may still be living in uncertain times, it certainly was a successful edition of the IFTF.

Click here for the Trade Fair Aalsmeer photo report.

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