Mr. K. L. Velodi, Chairman – (Seminar & Conference) of ProExhibitions Events, Mumbai says, "Flora India will bridge the trade gaps in the horticulture industry at the local, national and international level".
Mumbai, India (PRWEB UK) 6 July 2012
July 6th, 2012, Mumbai - India ranks second in the global production of fruits and vegetables next to China. This is primarily due to the fact that the climatic conditions in India are favorable for a large number of horticulture crops such as fruits, vegetables and root and tuber crops, ornamental, medicinal and aromatic plants.
Creating a forum for the global players to meet - An international exhibition on Horticulture & Agriculture ‘Flora India 2013’ is being organized at the Bombay Convention Centre, Goregaon, Mumbai, India. (http://www.floraindia.co.in)
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. K. L. Velodi, Chairman – (Seminar & Conference) of ProExhibitions Events, Mumbai says, “We foresee a great potential for our young entrepreneurs in horticulture, but due to lack of information, facilities and resources, the younger generation is not really aware of the latest trends and potential of the horticulture sector”. He added, “‘Flora India’ will bridge the trade gaps in the horticulture industry at the local, national and international level”.
Flora India 2013 will be projecting India’s horticulture industry to empower Indian entrepreneurs. This exhibition will have a B2B exhibitions and seminars with the industry-leaders. “We are receiving enquiries from several States & Districts across Pan-India. Entrepreneurs from both the metro and the non-metro cities are very excited to be a part of this global platform”, says Dr. V. K. Ogale, Advisory Committee, ProExhibitions India.
The Exhibitors at the Flora India will also benefit by having face-to-face meetings with various trade-associations, Bureaucrats, Licensing Authorities, Importers, Exporters and related business-community including technical consultants. There will be several informative Sessions to explain and know more about the technological advances in the horticulture sector.
This is a unique opportunity for players big and small in the field to interact and further business ties.
Over the years, horticulture industry has emerged as one of the potential agricultural enterprises in accelerating the development of the world economy. According to World Bank reports, horticulture alone accounts for 30% of India’s agricultural GDP from 8.5 percent of cropped area. Strengthening the country's nutritional security, poverty alleviation and various employment generating schemes – presently the horticulture segment attracts a large number of stakeholders. While transcending the traditional mindset of horticulture in rural confines, it gains great momentum for commercial productions and this changing scenario has boosted the horticulture industry like never-before.
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