Well established in its class after five years, The Landscape Show has become the must-attend event for all commercial and residential landscape contractors, maintenance specialists, horticulturists, landscape designers and architects, landscape service and product suppliers, as well as Council Parks & Gardens teams, students and educators.
Attracting visitors from all over Australia, the 2022 show was the most successful event to date, with more than 1,500 attendees and a sold-out exhibitor hall, and was a buzzing hive of activity.
According to Megan Flower, CEO Landscaping Victoria, meeting with peers, suppliers and customers is a vital part of developing any business, and the 2023 show will again offer a day of unrivalled networking and inspiration to all landscape professionals.
“Being able to access the latest products, innovations and advice in the one place is a huge advantage for industry professionals who are busy all year round these days. With very little downtime in business, the 1800+ strong crowd we hope to see come through the doors this year will be spoilt for choice with over 100 exhibitors showcasing their products and services,” Megan said.
An exciting adjunct to the launch of the show for 2023 is the announcement that Arborgreen, Australia’s most resourceful provider of landscaping and horticultural products and expertise, has proudly taken on sponsorship of The Landscape Show.
“We are delighted to have Arborgreen on board as the Naming Rights Partner for The Landscape Show,” added Megan. “They have a long legacy of providing high-quality products and expertise to the landscaping industry. They truly embody the spirit of innovation and partnership that we strive for at The Landscape Show, and we are thrilled to be working with them to make the show as good as it can be.”
Marc Jarvis, Arborgreen’s Head of Marketing is a firm believer in industry collaboration. “We believe we’re better when we work together,” he said. “Whether we’re sharing knowledge, figuring out new ways to solve challenges, or inventing new products, this belief is the core of our business. We couldn’t think of a better place for the industry coming together and exchanging ideas than The Landscape Show. A partnership just makes sense.”
Exhibit at The Landscape Show
The call is now out for businesses to exhibit at The Landscape Show in 2023. It’s an unparalleled opportunity to connect directly with your target market and promote your brand to attendees from all areas of design, construction and maintenance in the landscape industry.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity for your brand to be SEEN with maximum targeted exposure allowing you to create and build new business relationships, as well as to catch up with your current customer base.
Ball Australia have exhibited at the show since its inception and Kate Grant, Marketing Manager, commented, “This show has grown in strength over the years and helped to really target getting access to a category of customers (landscapers) that is very varied and difficult to connect with via other traditional means. As an exhibitor we are always delighted to connect with new customers that we would not normally get the opportunity to meet and develop business connections with.”
The prospectus is available online, at www.thelandscapeshow.com.au or contact email@example.com to find out more.
Visit the Landscape Show
With the latest products, services and technology developments on the market, The Landscape Show is the leading trade event for anyone working in the industry to expand their knowledge and get ahead of the game. With over 100 exhibitors and hundreds of industry people attending, the opportunity to grow your network is boundless.
The Landscape Show also offers additional immersive experiences with a complementary learning hub packed with expert speakers, product demonstrations and networking opportunities. Best of all, it is FREE to attend The Landscape Show, and every attendee receives a showbag full of goodies on entry.
Pre-register today to save time at the gate via www.thelandscapeshow.com.au