New England Grows: Education and Connections

1/3/2014

New England Grows is scheduled for February 5-7, 2014, at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center in Boston, Mass. Since its inception in 1993, New England Grows has become the most well-attended green industry event in the Northeast. It is known for world-class educational seminars and the exposition that showcases the most cutting-edge products and services available.

With horticulture seminars designed specifically for the landscape, nursery, arboriculture, and related horticulture professions, New England Grows is the acclaimed green industry educational conference and exposition for professionals seeking contact hours and CEU credits, as well as a connection to the green industry's leading suppliers.
In addition to a host of horticultural and green industry design topics, important business issues like effective marketing, social media, and customer retention will be addressed.

Wednesday's Garden Center Success seminars offer exceptional education aimed directly at today's independent garden center.

At the exposition, discover bold new products, make great deals, and get business done with the largest assembly of industry suppliers in the Northeast. Check out the latest green industry technology, products, equipment, and plants.

New this year, the event will feature "Dining with the Speakers: An Inspired Gathering," a Grows mobile app, opportunities for one-on-one time with extension personnel from across New England, NiceMeetings technology, Common Ground stage, idea swap, recharging station, table tennis court, brew garden and "Grows After Dark" gathering spots.

There are three easy ways to register:
Online
By Fax: Complete one registration form per person and fax with credit card information to 508-743-9666.
By Mail: Complete one registration form per person and mail with check, credit card information, or money order to:
  New England Grows
  c/o Convention Data Services
  107 Waterhouse Road
  Bourne, MA 02532

For more information about New England Grows, visit www.newenglandgrows.org.