Trade Events in Dubai, Southern United States Trade Association
Join the Southern United States Trade Association at the IPM Dubai Trade Show and exhibit horticulture at one of the most exciting trade events of the year.
- New Orleans, LA (1888PressRelease) August 19, 2011 - If you are looking for new opportunities to bring southern U.S. nursery products to world markets, join the Southern U.S. Trade Association (SUSTA) pavilion at the IPM Dubai trade show on September 26-28, 2011. For only 15 percent of the cost of participating alone, companies that exhibit with SUSTA can enjoy the benefits of booth space, interpreter services, and up to $500 reimbursement for free shipping.
"The Middle East is a hot export market for horticulture, and many southern growers are finding success there," says Bernadette Wiltz, SUSTA's Deputy Director and International Marketing Director. SUSTA Executive Director Jerry Hingle adds: "We encourage both seasoned and new-to-export companies to participate in events like IPM Dubai with us, so that we can assist them as they venture into international markets."
Dubai has positioned itself as the center for horticultural trade in the Gulf and Middle East. With the development of the Dubai Flower Center, Dubai can provide specialized logistical and commercial support for the transport, storage and trade of horticultural products.
Dubai's citizens highly values indoor plant decorations because of the desert climate. The city's annual beautification project (bedding plants, ground coverings and shrubs during its cooler winter and spring months) has fostered a thriving market for outdoor ornamentals.
If you are interested in exhibiting at the IPM Dubai trade show, contact Marisol Alvares (Marisol.Alvares ( @ ) freshfromflorida dot com) at 850-488-4132 or Kyle Holmberg (kyle.holmberg@ tn.gov) at 615-837-5322.