October 16, 2017

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Green-tech sponsors the new FutureArch seminar area at FutureScape

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Green-tech will be exhibiting at Futurescape next week and is sponsoring the FutureArch seminar area, in association with the Landscape Institute.

FutureArch is a new addition to the event this year. It is being held in association with the Landscape Institute and aims to shed light on the future of the architectural side of the landscaping industry, and consider how minor changes will be of benefit in the future.

A series of focused seminars and topical industry discussions will be held throughout the day at FutureArch by a host of industry experts.

Green-tech can be found on stands 17,18 and 46 and visitors will be able to meet the team, pick up a copy of the Specifier catalogue, view a selection of products, soils and wildflower seed and see the case studies on display.

Richard Gill, head of sales commented: “We are delighted to be returning to FutureScape for their fifth anniversary. This has always been a hugely popular and successful show for us that develops year on year.   Every show has seen the organisers add to it and this year sees the addition of a brand new seminar area, FutureArch. A key market for us, our gt Specifier specification team works closely with Architects and landscape specifiers and I am delighted that Green-tech are able to sponsor FutureArch.”

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