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Nov 2013


Edmonton EXPO Centre at Northlands 7515 - 118 Avenue Edmonton , AB T5B 4X5
Tel: (780) 471-7377
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The Green Industry Show & Conference 2013


More Than Just a Tradeshow, the Green Industry Show is Alberta's Premier Tradeshow for the Landscape, Greenhouse, Nursery, Garden Centre, Turf and Tree Industry.

The Green Industry Show (GIS), continues to grow stronger.  It is currently the largest horticultural trade show on the Canadian Prairies.

There has never been a more important time to meet your current and potential customers face to face. That’s why the Green Industry Show offers one of the best and effective ways to do just that.

We offer a proven track record of bringing suppliers together with hundreds of landscape, greenhouse, garden centre and tree care professionals.

Experience is why this is the one show you cannot afford to ignore!

Which businesses should consider exhibiting

  • Greenhouse equipment suppliers
  • Garden Centre supply wholesalers 
  • Landscape equipment dealers 
  • Landscape material suppliers 
  • Annual & perennial plant growers
  • Nursery growers and suppliers
  • Educational institutions
  • Irrigation specialists
  • Giftware suppliers
  • Tree moving equipment manufacturers
  • Computer & software suppliers
  • Office product suppliers
  • Vehicle dealers
  • Communication companies


Two of Alberta’s largest ‘green industry’ organizations, the Alberta Greenhouse Growers Association and Landscape Alberta, have joined to bring a comprehensive range of first-class speakers to this conference. The location for the Green Industry Show & Conference (GISC) is the Edmonton EXPO Centre at Northlands.

Past Attendance Statistics by Sector Green Product Sectors: -Greenhouse, Garden Centre, Nursery Crop 65% -Landcare Service Sectors: Contruction, Maintenance, Design 24% -Other Sectors: Schools, Government, Consultants, etc 11%
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