Forum and exhibition “Gardens Russia 2018”

21 May 2018

Forum and exhibition “Gardens Russia 2018” (5-6 June 2018, Moscow) is a high-end international platform for bringing investment in Russian commercial horticulture, discussing industry development strategies, sharing best practices among key market players, and placing new win-win contracts.

Highlights of the programme 2018:
• Leaders’ debate:
government, investors, initiators, agriholdings, gardening and winemaking companies. Funding and investment landscape
• 100+ established experts delivering presentations on effective business strategies!
Improving production efficiency, reducing costs, latest technologies, planting stock manufacture, product storage and processing, transportation and packaging, sales activity on Russian and foreign markets, personnel affairs, a lot more
• Economic key note:
present-day industry situation and realistic forecasts!
• Presentation of 60+ investment projects
with 2019-2020 implementation deadline across Russia
• Meeting investors:
project initiators together with Russian and international investors will discuss cooperation opportunities within pre-scheduled appointments
• Fast and efficient!
Roadshow and extended presentations of innovative solutions and equipment
• Dedicated exhibition of know-how and machinery showcased
by the global leaders from the Netherlands, Israel, South Korea, Spain, Poland, France, and other countries
• Case studies
on production development by top-notch industry leaders from Holland, Germany, Italy, Spain

Request the event programme: https://www.gardensforum.ru/en/programme/
Organised by: Vostock Capital
Contact person: Project Producer Ekaterina Bazzhina
E-mail: EBazzhina@vostockcapital.com Tel:  +44 207 394 3 090
Official website: https://www.gardensforum.ru/en

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