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2014 ASHS Annual Conference - American Society Of Horticultural Science
The ASHS Annual Conference is a unique forum specifically designed for horticultural scientists. We anticipate over 1000 attendees at this year’s conference.
The conference allows for an intense interchange of scientific information through intensive colloquia, technical sessions, workshops, oral presentations as well as poster presentations.
The average conference attendee has more than 16 years of experience in the field.
Attendees include public and private sector horticulture professionals engaged in teaching, research, extension, and industry.
Reasons to Exhibit:
Interact face-to-face with your targeted audience and begin to build lasting relationships.
Introduce your latest products and services.
Generate interest in your company's mission and goals.
Cultivate new business contacts.
Increase your company’s presence on an international level.
Position your company as a leader to an international audience.
Take advantage of additional exposure to a global audience.
Acquire cutting-edge research knowledge in global horticultural science to increase your clientele base.
Attend the ASHS Conference Welcome Reception to network with the brightest minds in horticultural science.
Established in 1903, the American Society for Horticultural Science (ASHS) is an agent for the promotion of horticultural science. ASHS supports science for specialty crops: global solutions for nutritious food sources and healthy, beautiful environments. ASHS membership reaches around the world and includes
Educators and Students
Federal and State Experiment Station Representatives
Growers and Distributors
If the 2014 ASHS Annual Conference - American Society Of Horticultural Science is important to your business, act now and make the appropriate connections. See the contact information below.
ASHS - American Society for Horticultural Science
1018 Duke Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
(703) 836-4606 x107
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