New England Grows is scheduled for February 6-8, 2013 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.
“Frontline thinking. Intelligent solutions.” is this year’s theme. With more than 30 innovative educational seminars planned and exhibit booth sales already exceeding expectations, New England Grows 2013 is expected to be better than ever.
The speaker lineup includes well-known experts and other trendsetting presenters including Bruce Allison, Kirk Armstrong, Kip Creel, Richard Hawke, Dan Heims, Michael Raupp, and Cass Turnbull. They will address a variety of timely commercial horticultural topics like permaculture, the impact of global climate change on plants and pests, water management, small space garden design, mature tree care, and biological controls as well as important business-growth ideas such as digital marketing and lead conversion, selling in the “new economy,” and data mining. Garden Center Success – an exciting daylong seminar aimed directly at today’s independent garden center – is back by popular demand on Wednesday, February 6.
“New England Grows is produced by the industry, for the industry,” said New England Grows’ president Mary Hallene of Sylvan Nursery in Westport, Mass. “It is the place where the commercial horticulture industry gathers to learn what’s new, to share information, and to make connections. I urge everyone to be a part of it in 2013.”
At New England Grows, green industry professionals can obtain most of their professional Continuing Education (CEU) credits under one roof with recertification opportunities for Pesticide Licenses, NOFA, APLD, LA CES, ISA, CTSP, and most state association credentials.
Enjoy special savings for early registration – $49 for all three days – when you sign up by January 15. The early registration price drops to just $45 per person when four or more people from the same company register together. Affordable admission fees, combined with exclusive deals on the tradeshow floor, make New England Grows the best place to do business.
Keep in touch all year long when you join New England Grows’ growing community on Facebook and Twitter. For the latest program and registration information visit www.NewEnglandGrows.org