New multi-day event by growers "already a success"

On Tuesday, the first edition of the new event, Novae Fabula, started. "It is already a success," says Carl Grootscholte of Carl Sales Support on location at Bunnik Plants. At the initiative of Bunnik Group, the event is organized in collaboration with a group of growers.

"The turnout was good," says Carl after day one. "Both participants and visitors are satisfied, and it is a very new thing. It actually came about because there were no fairs due to the situation around the world."

The idea was to create a new relationship event. "Then Bunnik came up with the idea to also focus particularly on inspiring by combining the products equally with different pots and added value and the different trends at the moment."

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A group photo of Carl Grootscholte with his growers who were also present at the first Novae Fabula.

In this way, the organization not only wants to bring in 'the usual contacts' but also the buyers of importers, exporters, garden centers, retailers, and trend-watchers. "In this way, we managed to not only connect parties but also inspire them," he said.

There was time at the event to catch up, see products, have a bite to eat and a drink, and be inspired.

After being inspired, the visitors could immediately place an order by means of a beautifully designed guide that showed you all the products that are on display at Novae Fabula.

At the event, there is a special focus on inspiring by combining products with different pots and added value and the different trends in the market.

People can visit the event until Friday. Wednesday and Thursday from 10:00 to 17:00 and Friday from 10:00 to 15:00. The event is held on location at Bunnik Plants in Bleiswijk.

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