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Autumn SANA green industry trade fair

SANA (South African Nursery Association) green industry trade fair.

Held bi-annually the SANA Green Industry Trade Fair is continuing to make waves. It is currently the largest horticultural trade fair in South Africa and it is rapidly growing.

This premier green industry event took place on March the 9th in Johannesburg, and with a proven track record of bringing more  and more visitors and exhibitors together in this face-to-face platform, it definitely did not disappoint.

The Trade show’s main focus was to maximize return on investment for exhibitors by generating trade leads, increasing orders and the promotions of products and brands to a targeted trade audience.

It is the only show to discover new nursery and retail focused products, equipment and services and to find new, popular plant varieties. It proves to be the greatest green environment to network with thousands of top industry professionals. With over 130 exhibitors and 4500m² of exhibition space, it is quickly becoming one of the most sought after events for buyers and key decision makers.

Prize winners from the autumn trade show include from the  National Allied, Seed and Bulb association:

  1. Bark Unlimited
  2. Flora Imports
  3. Starke Ayres

 

and From the National Growers association:

1.   Tuberflora

2.  Colorwei

3. Malanseuns

Adapted from a press release.

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