NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia: The best opportunity to promote your business to the Australian nursery and garden industry in 2018 will be at the National Conference & Exhibition being held in Hobart in February.
That’s the opinion of Neville Sloss, who has been appointed again by NGIA to coordinate the needs of sponsors and exhibitors of the event. Neville, whose experience in the industry is extensive, is encouraging organisations to share their products or services with the industry during this event.
“With over 250 industry decision makers and leaders likely to attend, it is the only national forum at which industry sectors and key stakeholders can interact and learn about exciting new innovations and updates in R&D,” Neville said. “It is perfect to launch any new products, plants or services which are new to industry in 2018.”
The theme The Growing Edge will focus a program around the Australian nursery and garden industry community which contributes to Australia and all Australians through the uniqueness and diversity of its product and people.
Nursery & Garden Industry professionals are at the growing edge of positive change and the conference and exhibition provide excellent ways to associate your brand with something great.
“Sponsors will have maximum exposure to delegates during the conference and be promoted heavily during the lead up. Our program content attracts industry leaders and decision makers and the introduction of new technology will make access to delegates and promotions supporters more intuitive” said Neville.
“Overlooking the magnificent Derwent River, the exhibition at Wrest Point Casino is bright and spacious and an excellent place for delegates to learn what is new to the industry and network with exhibitors.”
There are a variety of sponsorship packages and high traffic booths available but these opportunities will not last. Contact Neville at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0414 562 010 to secure your place at the 2018 Nursery & Garden Industry National Conference & Exhibition