The HTA is delighted to announce that Hortipak has signed a 3 year sponsorship deal as Headline Partners of HTA National Plant Show demonstrating their continued support of the event.
The HTA National Plant Show, which celebrated its 5th birthday this year, brings together the best from the UK plant supply chain providing plant buyers with an unrivalled opportunity to plan and select stock for the 2015 season.
Hortipak, part of the Ryedale Group is a family run printing company based in rural North Yorkshire. The company is a major supplier of printed products in the garden industry and has supported HTA National Plant Show since its outset in 2010.
James Buffoni, Commercial Director at Ryedale comments “We’re delighted to reconfirm our commitment to the HTA National Plant Show as Headline Partners. Hortipak have been involved since the show’s inception, and after 5 years – with all due credit to the capable team at the HTA – it’s great to see the formula evolve into one that works so well for the partners, exhibitors and visitors. As each HTA National Plant Show passes it continues to build positive momentum, and since feedback remains overwhelmingly positive the decision to renew our commitment and investment was straightforward.”
HTA Chief Executive Carol Paris adds, ?Securing a further 3 years? support is fantastic and we?re excited to continue working with the team at Hortipak, without their support the HTA National Plant Show would not be where it is today. From the very beginning their investment has enabled us to make improvements each year to bring to the industry the show they had been waiting so long for and has helped ensure its success. With Hortipak?s continued backing, the show will go from strength to strength as the trade show to view plants in the UK.?
The next HTA National Plant Show will take place on Tuesday 23 and Wednesday 24 June 2015 June at Stoneleigh Park, Coventry and booking is now open!?Exhibitors should book?before Friday 31 October 2014?to take advantage of the discounted early bird rate and save up to ?180 per stand. The Show offers a ‘back to basics’ approach, focusing?purely on plants at the best time of the year for retailers to plan their ranges for the following season.