The 13th edition of International Plant kingdom Expo Middle East (IPM DUBAI), the region's leading horticultural event, will be held from October 1 to 3, 2018, at the Dubai World Trade Centre, under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of the Dubai Civil Air Travel Authority and Chairman of Dubai Airports. The three-day exhibition, arranged by Messe Essen GmbH and also PlanetFair Dubai, will be held in combination with the World of Perishables (WOP) DUBAI 2018, the leading platform for fresh fruit and vegetables in the Middle East.
Considered as one of the most essential trade event that deals with the Arabian Gulf's green private sector, the 2018 edition of the exhibit will certainly see involvement from 18 countries including China, Ethiopia, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Kenya, Korea, Kuwait, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, the UK and UNITED STATES. Highlighting the growing rate of interest in lasting city preparation as well as growth, the show will certainly feature a varied range of plant types, garden as well as landscaping accessories, logistics sustain solutions, plant maintenance, floristry and horticulture strategies from regional, regional, as well as international exhibitors. Free workshops, blossom presentations and also workshops will develop part of the event this year.
Tarek Sibai, Show Director, planetfair LLC, said: “We attribute the growing popularity of IPM DUBAI to the rising awareness on the need for natural greeneries around residential communities and other urban areas. Urban planners and built environment developers are increasingly recognizing the value of these investments to create healthier, unpolluted, liveable spaces. In a major push to promote holistic outdoor spaces in the emirate, which enhance the visual aspects in addition to encouraging healthier lifestyles, there has been a significant increase in such initiatives across Dubai. Keeping pace with the developments in this sector, IPM DUBAI 2018 will draw the attention to the latest trends in this sector, in addition to providing the participants and visitors with plenty of business partnership opportunities.”
In collaboration with FDF, the trade organization of German floral designers, and popular online flower supplier FloraNow, numerous workshops will be arranged covering special topics including bridal-bouquets and arrangements as a whole. The subjects consist of elegant floral styles such as Butterfly, Audrey, Red Velvet, Golden Pearl and la fleur Tendres and bouquets which maintain naturalness, show small forms as well as charming classic design. Floral wedding event designs by Manfred Hoffmann und Oliver Ferchland from Germany will certainly be a significant emphasize.
"We are delighted to be a premium companion of this year's IPM DUBAI and we are very much expecting utilizing this vital system as a wonderful networking chance and share market understanding and know-how," said Charif Mzayek, Founder & Chief Executive Officer - Floranow.
Inning accordance with sector specialists, cities across the Gulf have developed over the previous Two Decade, many thanks to a new age of recognition on eco-friendly and also city areas becoming worldwide recognized faces of cities.
The significant change from rich landscapes towards more accountable as well as lasting remedies was made obvious by the success of IPM DUBAI 2017 which drew in 4,178 visitors, recording a growth rate of nearly 7 percent compared with the previous version of the expo. The visitors included buyers from the UAE, bordering nations and also the Far East, while 103 exhibitors from 20 nations presented their products and services along the whole value-added chain in cultivation including plants, gardening technology, floristry, yard attributes, logistics, plant upkeep in addition to tools for gardening and also landscaping. The occasion's success was noted by the engagement of many nations consisting of China, Egypt, Ethiopia, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Kenya, the Netherlands, Oman, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, the UK and U.S.A..