WORLD FLORAL EXPO IN DALLAS ENDS WITH GOOD RESULTS Add New Topic
March 26, 2019 at 1:18 pm #18876
WORLD FLORAL EXPO IN DALLAS ENDS WITH GOOD RESULTS
Dallas Friday March 22. The 20th edition of World Floral Expo started off with a very busy first day with lots of business talks between exhibitors and buyers that lasted from the first to the last minute that the show was open that day. Buyers came to visit from all parts of Texas as well as from other US states. Besides Texas, buyers attended from Florida, Ohio, Oklahoma, Vermont, New York, California, Louisiana, Oregon and several other states. Exhibitors were all very happy with the first day results.
On the second day it was less crowded but the quality of visitors remained high, resulting as well in a very satisfactory second day of the show. Remarkably some exhibitors said that they had a better first day, others concluded the second day was better for them.
The third day was quiet and although it seemed to become a slow last day, still some important buyers were walking the aisles, leading to a good last day for at least some of the exhibiting companies.
Overall, exhibitors were satisfied with the results of the 3 day trade show and they expressed to look forward to the next edition of World Floral Expo in 2020 somewhere in the USA. The next city where WFE will be setting up, will be announced shortly.
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WORLD FLORAL EXPO OPENS IN DALLAS FOR ITS 20TH EDITION
Dallas, Thursday March 21, 2019. The first day of the international cut flower trade show World Floral Expo ended yesterday with a surprising good number of attending floral buyers. Visitors from more than 6 US states entered the yearly held trade event that was held in the Dallas Market Center. The majority came from Texas on this opening day, but buyers were also registered from Florida, California, Oklahoma, Utah, Louisiana, Oregon and even Vermont.
It is for the first time that the yearly held trade fair is being held in Texas. A big and rich US state that consumes a lot of flowers. Especially event planners, retailers, supermarkets, wholesalers, but also florists were walking the show during the first day. HPP who organizes the event, has been trying for years to bring US flower buyers together in its show. “The US flower market is a very complicated one and actually nobody has the right answer on how to get the US flower buyer together in one place, as we normally manage to do with our other shows around the world”. “You have flower trade shows and then you have flowers trade shows in the USA”. “I am organizing trade shows in the USA for almost 20 years and still it is an enormous challenge every year, the spokesman of HPP said in a comment”.
Today, on the 2nd day of the show, high attendance is expected again from Texas and outer state. ”If the second day will be as good as it was yesterday, the fair can be considered a success and will the third day be a bonus”, Dick van Raamsdonk concluded.
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