This year there are a record number of Interstate exhibitors who have not previously exhibited so experience something different by coming along to GES 2014.
GES 2014 will be opened by Adrian McGregor of McGregor Coxall Architects. As an advocate of the 202020 Vision, he will provide an insight into just what 202020 Vision means to his company but also importantly, what it means to you, your business and the industry.
Exhibition Hall, Rosehill Gardens. Free parking in P4 adjacent to James Ruse Drive and follow the GES signs.
Wednesday May 20, 9.30am – 6pm and
Thursday May 21, 9.30am – 4 pm.
Go to www.ngina.com.au and register for GES - then register for the speakers’ sessions. GES also provides options for booking private consulting sessions with John Stanley, a world renowned retail consultant. This is your chance to discuss the opportunities for your business one-on-one with John himself. A VIP tour of GES is also provided. Led by John, it will commence at 4.30pm on Day 1 and will provide a valuable insight into the products and concepts to watch out for in spring and beyond.
- Great Speaker Program (see www.ngina.com.au). Including Adrian McGregor, Julian Gray of Smart Approved Watermark, John Stanley International Retail consultant and Lisa Christie of Visual Edge. Chris Poulton and Wayne Van Balen of AIH discussing trends in Landscaping complete the program for Day 1. On Thursday there are two great topics: Q&A session on Landscaping into the Future with a panel of industry experts and John Stanley presenting trends in the Retail Garden centre from around the world.
- See all the NEW plants products and concepts in Fusion Showcase – with 35 entries it is bigger and better than ever before. Don’t forget to enter the People’s Choice Award.
- Explore the possibilities for the Garden Centre of the Future and identify opportunities for growth in your business. GES is about planning for your future; where you can network, learn new ideas, make contacts and benefit your business by being part of the largest horticultural expo in Australia.