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Photo impression: Flora.Garden.Village in Kazakhstan

Flora.Garden.Village, which took place from April 20-22 in Astana, Kazakhstan, welcomed around 8,000 visitors. "It exceeded our expectations by about 1,5 times", the organization says. At the exhibition, more than 100 companies from 10 countries participated. 

Click here for more pictures of the show. 

The exhibiting companies came from the following 10 countries:  Belarus, Italy, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Colombia, Latvia, the Netherlands, Russia, and Ecuador.

And the international interest was high. "Numerous Russian entrepreneurs from St. Petersburg, Murmansk, and Moscow visited the exhibition. Izhevsk, Lipetsk, Voronezh, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, and many other cities got the opportunity to meet with their foreign partners after a three-year break. But the show also welcomed visitors from the Netherlands, Kenya, Israel, and UAE."

Besides the exhibiting companies, the championship in professional floristry, "Altyn Gul-2023," aroused great interest as well. 10 florists from Russia and Kazakhstan took part in this championship, where they performed three competitive tasks: Bouquet on the theme "Architecture of Kazakhstan"; Bridal bouquet or accessory replacing it on the theme "Great fashion designers"; Interior composition on the theme "Creative search."

"In general, the exhibition was very successful on a high business and emotional note," the organization states. "Exhibitors were pleased with the quality of the target audience and the number of business contacts. Many exhibitors have already booked stands for next year's exhibition. And the visitors, who came for exploration, declared their intention to take part in the exhibition with a stand."

The next exhibition, "Flora.Garden.Village," will be held April 16-18, 2024.

Click here for more pictures of the show. 

And click here for our previous articles on the show.

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