With the first day now in the books, exhibiting companies and visitors are today appreciating the second day of the GrowTech in Antalya, Turkey. Today, more people are flocking to the venue of the show.
Walking around the different aisles and booths, conversations can be picked up on how many Russian companies are looking to do business in Turkey or the rest of the Middle East, as they are prevented from operating in Europe. Similarly, many Dutch companies too are eyeing multiple opportunities to enter the Middle East market through Turkey, as the situation in Europe, with a war going on and skyrocketing energy prices, is hampering some developments.
The Timfog Keyway team
Varnet team in their own Greenhouse
Another reason why Turkey is looked at with increasing interest is the somewhat weak effects of inflation here. Either entering the Turkish market or using that as a gateway to the Middle East market are not being much impacted by inflation. This also might be a reason why more companies have secured a booth at the fair.
Happy customers together with Zoe, Emily, and Jacky from Yongor
The Debets Schalke team is all smiles during the show
See you on Monday for our photo report of the event!