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Introducing a webinar in association with FCI, AIPH and FLOWERSEXPO Moscow 

Understanding and developing the Russian flowers market 

Join a free webinar on Tuesday 8 September that will take the pulse of what is happening within the Russian Flowers Industry. FloraCulture International (FCI), the International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH) and Russia’s premier horticultural trade show FlowersExpo Moscow invite ornamentals growers and traders from around the world to take a look at the Russian flowers industry.

There will be six presenters for the ‘Understanding and developing the Russian flowers market’ webinar who are all key stakeholders ready to illuminate in abundance the opportunities and challenges in this country’s market.

Russia’s development in recent decades has been truly remarkable. The future continues to look bright, although the signs of growth are briefly moderating due to the severe impact of Covid-19 in the industry. In agriculture, there is a growing effort to meet the self-sufficiency challenge, which is having ripple effects on the ornamentals sector.

Qhat will you learn during this webinar?

  • In 60 minutes from your desk, discover how to export in Russia.
  • Size and characteristics of the Russian flowers market
  • Consumer behaviour for premium ornamentals and a rising middle class
  • Distribution channels
  • Challenges and opportunities for imported flowers
  • Competition and collaboration
  • Remarks on the export process, phytosanitary procedures and import substitution.

Programme

  • Introduction
  • A comprehensive overview of the Russian flowers market
  • Round table discussion
  • Q&A session with the audience
  • Conclusions and closure

To attend this free webinar, register your place here. 

 

 

 

Successful webinar 'Supporting growers coming out of the COVID-19 crisis' icw FCI and AIPH

On June 30, Jungle Talks facilitated and presented a webinar on the impact of COVID-19 on the global floricultural sector. Dr. Charlie Hall of Texas A&M University, Toine Overgaag of Westerlay Orchids and Arie van den Berg of Berg Roses shared their experiences. The session attracted a professional audience from more than 50 countries. If you're interested to watch the recording, you can do so via this link: https://bit.ly/RecFCIgrowersevent

Supporting growers coming out of the COVID-19 crisis

FloraCulture International (FCI) is pleased to invite ornamentals growers from around the world to join a free webinar that will help you learn from the experience of others and define the right path for your own business as you recover from the business effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The 1.5-hour webinar will take place at 4pm, Central European Summer Time (CEST).

Facilitated by experienced webinar organiser, Jungle Talks, and supported by the International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH), participants can listen to other growers. 
Dr Charlie Hall will open the webinar. He is a professor in the Department of Horticulture and Ellison Chair in International Floriculture, at Texas A&M University, in the USA. He will outline the approach that growers need to take in reviewing their businesses and determining next steps.
Two floricultural growers will follow Charlie; Toine Overgaag from Westerlay Orchids, California, the USA and Arie van den Berg of Berg RoseS with subsidiaries in the Netherlands, Kenya and China. They will share their experiences in handling the crisis and their plans for the future. After the presentations, there is a chance for webinar participants to ask questions and discuss strategies.
If you are interested to register for this session, please do so via this link: https://bit.ly/FCIgrowersevent

 

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