A world of new ideas is being showcased at Harrogate Week where you’ll find exhibitors conveniently brought together, including leading international names, for you to browse and buy for the coming growing season. If you’re looking for inspiration to revitalise your sporting venue, discover the latest trends, meet current suppliers and make valuable new contacts or be the first to purchase exclusive new products launching at the show, then Harrogate Week is the place to find serious exhibitors, which means serious business for you.

The opportunity to network with 7000 key decision makers from across the turf industry at the exhibition is invaluable attracting visitors from the entire turf management industry including: Aeration, Drainage, Fertilizer Applicators and Associated Equipment, Groundscare Machinery and Equipment, Irrigation, Mowers, Pesticides and Fertilizer Storage, Plant breeding and biotechnology, Plant Nutrients, Regulatory Bodies, Soil Management and Testing Equipment, Sprayers and Spraying Equipment, Turf and Seeds, Water/Lake/Pond Management and Wetting Agents. View the full list in the show website.

Visitors will also have access to free Fringe Seminars, where exhibitors will introduce the industry to the newest product developments.

BIGGA Social Night
Visitors have the opportunity to network at the BIGGA Beer Festival and enjoy an evening sampling local brews whilst meeting up with friends and industry colleagues. The evening includes live music and a hot buffet, this is a definite event to add to your diary during your visit which takes place at The Old Swan Hotel on Tuesday 18 January 2011 between 7pm to 10.30pm

New for 2011 is the dedicated Envirozone for green technology showcasing green solutions for the sports and turf industry.
Visitors will be able to speak to exhibitors about their products for expert advice whether it’s rainwater harvesting, power optimisation, wind energy or ground-source heating. The exhibitors are there to advise you on how to achieve your environmental targets and successfully face the challenge to go green.

The Environmental Advice Desk will be offering advice from the Forestry Commission on Thursday 20th From 9.30 am to 10 am.

The Forestry Commission will also be presenting a seminar on “Woodfuel Energy That Grows on Trees". Woodfuel can be burned to generate heat (or electricity) and is an important part of the UK’s renewable energy supply. It is a sustainable, low carbon, source of energy that is produced from managed woods, where felled trees are replanted. Woodfuel works best on a regional scale – using locally grown fuel in efficient, modern boilers as a clean way to provide heat for business and community buildings, saving money and CO2. Cut oil bills and heating from woodlands on your doorstep.