LANDSCAPE – The Industry Trade Show is excited to announce that the seminar timetable for this year’s event is now live and available for attendees to explore!
The highly anticipated trade show, dedicated to the landscaping industry is set to take place on 27th & 28th September at the NEC in Birmingham.
With a commitment to delivering valuable insights, innovative ideas and industry knowledge, LANDSCAPE has curated an impressive lineup of seminars, workshops and panel discussions. This year’s event promises to be a must-attend for professionals in the landscaping sector. LANDSCAPE is a knowledge-sharing platform where experts and thought-leaders gather to share their insights. The show has secured over 100 incredible speakers who are keen to impart their expertise. LANDSCAPE hosts free CPD seminar sessions, How To sessions as well as intimate interviews held at the central bar and networking drinks to attend.
Each seminar session is carefully curated as the programme aims to educate, inspire and connect professionals while providing an informal setting to share ideas. Learn about groundbreaking projects that have transformed urban spaces and natural landscapes alike, and discover how you can contribute to shaping a more sustainable future through your own work
The seminar timetable features a diverse range of topics including:
- Sustainable Garden Design and Reducing the Carbon Footprint
- Skills for Greener Places
- Mastering Product Selection For Your Landscaping Business
- Shaping Urban Areas
- How to Get Your First Show Garden
- Equality, Diversity & Inclusion in the Landscape and Horticulture Sector
To view the complete seminar timetable and register to attend the show as well as all the seminars for free, visit the website at www.landscapeshow.co.uk.
LANDSCAPE offers a unique opportunity for attendees to connect with industry peers, explore the latest products and gain valuable insights from experts. Whether you’re a garden designer, landscape architect or contractor, this event is designed to inspire and inform.
See you there!