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19 July 2019
Vice President of World Leag Nursery, Costa Farms Far East Division, to Deliver Speech on ‘Making Business in China’ at World Ornamental Horticulture Summit in Beijingdin
Mr Fabian Saenz, Vice President Costa Farms Far East Division Guangzhou China of one of the world’s largest nursery companies Costa Farms (based in Miami USA), will be speaking at this year’s World Ornamental Horticulture Summit, taking place in the Yanqing district of Beijing from 11 – 13th September.
Entitled ‘International Growers Making Business in China’, Mr Saenz will deliver a talk outlining how Costa Farms has built strong cooperation with China to expand its global business into the Chinese market; the opportunities presented by this expansion; and how the company has managed challenges along the way.
An expert representative to speak on the subject, Fabian Saenz has been responsible for establishing and developing Costa Farms Far East Division in just eleven years. Today the business is one of the largest producers of ornamental plants in the world. It stretches over approximately 4,500 acres and employs more than 4,000 people. Along with thriving indoor and bedding plant divisions, Costa Farms operates a retail merchandising division as part of its infrastructure in the United States, Dominican Republic, and China. With an outstanding record of leading global business development in new markets, Fabian will offer the audience valuable knowledge from his own professional experience. Commenting on the aims of the summit Mr Saenz said “Bringing business to the Far East has made the world a smaller and faster place. It opens doors to numerous opportunities!
For any grower, breeder, manufacturer and technology supplier in the ornamentals industry considering or currently undertaking a business venture in China, the World Ornamental Horticulture Summit 2019 is the critical event of the year.
Divided under three main focus areas summit speakers will address: Intellectual Property in China; Expanding Business in China; and the Chinese Consumer Market. The speaker line-up includes a raft of professional experts including: Biense Visser, Dummen Orange; Edgar Krieger, CIOPORA; Lu Zhipeng, the Alibaba Group; Marco van Zijverden, Dutch Flower Group, Augusto Solano, Asocolflores; Tewodros Zewdie, Ethiopian Horticulture Producers Exporters Association (EHPEA) and many more. For further information visit: https://mailchi.mp/492d92b87b81/71aiphcongress_worldornamentalhorticulturesummit
The summit is co-organised by AIPH (as part of the 71st AIPH Annual Congress, Beijing 9 – 14th September) with AIPH member the China Flower Association (CFA), the Beijing Flower Association, the National Forestry and Grassland Association, China (NFGA), China Council for Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT), the People’s Government of Beijing Municipality, Bureau of Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition Coordination and the People’s Government of Yanqing District Beijing.
The Summit is supported by the National Afforestation Commission and the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs, China and sponsored by Pera Event, Royal FloraHolland, Expo 2024 Łódź,
Dümmen Orange. FloraCulture International is the media partner.
Delegates can register for the World Ornamental Horticulture Summit or attend as an AIPH
Congress full programme delegate. Booking is available on line at: http://aiph.org/aiphevents/
71st-annual-congress-beijing/ or directly via the registration link
http://event.31huiyi.com/1675562720. Delegates must register before 31st July 2019.
For further details contact:
Penelope Tomkins, AIPH Communications Manager
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: +44 (0) 1235 776 160
Follow AIPH on Twitter @AIPHglobal
Notes for Editors:
International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH)
Since 1948, AIPH has united horticultural producers in an international community that
thrives to this day. Much has changed in that time. Technologies advanced, cities rose
from the ground, and we have become more connected than ever. As a result, our
essential bond with nature has been weakened. AIPH strives to reignite and uphold an
appreciation of plants that we believe is a basic human instinct. We support the work of
grower associations globally and together we champion a prosperous industry, growing
plants that enhance lives, advance societies and sustain our planet, for this generation
and the next.
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