Inspiration overload at LANDSCAPE 2022

Come join thousands of other landscape professionals as they talk, meet, learn, educate, inform, share, debate and connect at LANDSCAPE 2022 in Hall 3 at the NEC - National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham on the 28th and 29th September.

LANDSCAPE looks to continue the success with a brand-new seminar programme. Taking a much more sustainable and environmental conscious approach, you can enjoy topics ranging from Sustainability in Garden Design, Arboricultural Biodiversity, How the Landscape Sector can Play Their Part in Nature’s Recovery and Issues with Timber.  Keep an eye out on social media as new topics continue to be released over the coming months.

For the first time ever, visitors can enjoy a more instructive setting with some brand new demonstration seminars. With topics including How to Speed Sketch, and How to Boost Your Business with the Aid of Social Media. Over the two days visitors can enjoy two different seminar programmes, over 60 seminars and 100 top industry professionals sharing their thoughts on the leading topics of 2022. The seminars will inspire, educate and connect people to new ideas and solutions to take towards future projects. There is no better place to network with professionals at the top of their game.

Alongside the much-loved programme, LANDSCAPE provides a platform for over 250 exhibitors to showcase their cutting-edge products, technology and solutions for the design, build and management of exterior and interior landscaping projects. There will be thousands of products on display for you to find what you need to bring your project to the next level.

Both the exhibition and all seminar sessions are free to attend. Simply register for your free entry at Entry guarantees you access to the exhibition hall as well as all seminars taking place at LANDSCAPE. For more information or to register to attend the show, simply visit the registration page online.

See you there!

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