benefit from new opportunities at greentech americas

On 24 - 25 - 26 March 2020, the first edition of GreenTech Americas will take place. You're invited to join other professionals, experts and investors interested in doing business in the horticulture industries in the Americas.

Join 3 action-packed days that provide the ideal platform to make profitable business relationships, exchange ideas and learn all about opportunities in this specific region for the horticulture technology.

WHEN

Tue. 24 March 11.00 - 18.00
Wed. 25 March 11.00 - 18.00
Thu. 26 March 11.00 - 18.00

WHERE

Centro de congrèso Querétaro
Paseo de las Artes 1531
Josefa Vergard 76090
Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico

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experience & connect

Get a taste of the horticulture market in The Americas
Find new partners and distributors
Discover import opportunities
Connect with thousands of horticulture professionals in only three days time
Establish profitable business relationships, exchange ideas and enhance know-how

theme pillars & topics

Energy
Water
Crops
People

experts & knowledge

Are you an expert in your field?
Join other professionals at the conference and the theatre to learn about crop optimalisation, water saving, innovative technologies, vertical farming and organic farming.

theme pillars

Plan your day to maximise your time at GreenTech Americas. The trade show focusses on four main themes in horticulture, that are grouped together for your convenience. You will find presentations, products, services, innovations and solutions as follows:

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The changing weather conditions but also the rapidly evolving Technology and R&D solutions have a huge impact on the growing and further developed of crops.

The Crops theme at GreenTech Americas offers innovative tools and gives you insides in the solutions as well as inspiration for new crops and is a must-stop for every grower.


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In the agricultural industry energy constitutes a large part of the operating expense, especially in the horticultural business. Additionally, energy production and supply form an important source of income, and more and more initiatives around this theme are being launched.

GreenTech Americas strongly focuses on the theme 'Energy', providing ample opportunity to share and gain knowledge and make new business contacts. 

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Like in many industries people are the driving force in horticulture. At GreenTech Americas we focus on human capital development and how new technologies can drive the industry forward.

These technologies include robotics, internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intellligence (AI). Other topics under this umbrella are education and bringing new and young talent into the industry.


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Water is the source of everything. Without water there is no life and growth. Unfortunately, the scarcity of water means soil salinity is increasing. Water is the primary requirement for plant growth. 

GreenTech Americas aims to assist your organisation in successfully marketing your innovations and promoting your new solutions in the field of water. 

What stakeholders say about greentech americas

It would be more than excellent to create a forum dedicated exclusively to technology in Horticultural production in greenhouses, where we can show the technological advances that are taking place in this industry worldwide. And this opens the opportunity strongly to GreenTech Americas.

Ricardo Martinez General Manager, Asesores en Invernaderos

We see with great interest the possibility that a prestigious and world-class fair, such as Green Tech, could also be held in our country. It would be very important for our members to have access to technological and other innovations found in Green Tech.

Oscar Woltman President, Mexican Association of Protected Horticulture

Horticonnect is a platform created with the vision of being a bridge between the Dutch possibilities in technology and knowledge and the vibrant Mexican horticultural sector. I'm convinced not only that Mexico is ready to adopt these technologies but that it is eager for experience and knowledge.

Pharis Rico General Manager, Horticonnect