WEBINAR: Preparing for Brexit

Exporting and importing plants, trees, and bulbs. Where are you on the road to change?

What keeps you awake at night about Brexit, as the clock ticks down to 1 January 2021? Are you even ready for the new reality? On Wednesday 2 December and Friday 4 December, World Horti Center, the International Association of Horticultural Producers – AIPH – and FloraCulture International magazine present two webinars to discuss the impending changes. The expert speakers will present the possible scenarios resulting from Brexit for the international trade of ornamental plants, looking at the challenges and opportunities for enterprises.

Who is going?

Growers, traders, auctions, breeders, young plant producers, retailers, landscape contractors, trade associations and third-country exporters

Who is presenting on the 2nd of December?

Sally Cullimore, Policy Manager, Horticultural Trade Association (HTA)

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Topic: brexit challenges for plant/tree/bulb importers/exporters and how the UK production/retail industry is preparing for Brexit.

Eline van den Berg, Supply Chain Public Affairs, Royal FloraHolland

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Topic: impact analysis on Dutch horticultural products that will have a significant impact on the EU and UK market.

Stefan Koopman, Market Economist UK Rabobank

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Topic: the macro economic effects of trading with the UK post-Brexit

Bruce Harnett, Managing Director, Kernock Park Plants

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Topic: what Brexit means for UK growers.

Henk Westerhof, President Anthos (Royal Trade Association for Nursery Stock and Flower Bulbs)

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Topic: how EU growers are reacting to Brexit.

There are no entry costs, and the webinar is English spoken. Click on the button below to register for the brexit webinar on the 2th of December.

Time: 3 - 5 pm. CET

If you wish to read more about the brexit webinar on the 4th of December, click on the button below.

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