November 21-23, Shanghai

The transforming power of vertical farming - Scaling businesses

The AVF will return to Asia for its 4th Vertical Farming conference. Horti China is Asia’s most important agriculture and horticulture trade exhibition, with over 40,000 attendees expected. Taking place during Shanghai’s China Green Week, Horti China divides its showcases between pre- and post-harvest, Horti Fresh and Horti Tech.

The AVF welcomes you to join them at the Exhibition held on 21-23 November 2018 in Shanghai. The exhibition connects China with the worldwide horticulture business of fresh vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants.

As official partners of the event, AVF will be hosting a Vertical Farming forum on the afternoon of the 22nd; their headline of the half day conference is:

"The Transformative Power of Vertical Farming - Scaling Businesses!"

They expect to welcome over 100 experts and stakeholders in the industry to exchange ideas and propose solutions for the future of the vertical farming industry.

This will lead into the second Design Thinking Workshop, on the morning of the 23rd, in which the AVF continues to develop the 5-year Roadmap for Vertical Farming. This event’s topics will include:

  • Business models
  • Finance & Investment
  • Government Institutions

This is the AVF's first collaboration with Horti China (VNU/Richland) and they plan to use this international platform to bring greater awareness of vertical farming and plant factory development.

All AVF members will receive a 10% discount on exhibition space. If you would like to partner on this event, contact the AVF about their sponsorship scheme.

  • Date and Time: November 21-23, 2018
  • Location: National Exhibition and Convention Centre 168 Yingagang E Rd, Qingpu Shanghai, China

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