Subjects: Food, Drink
SKF’s new technology revolutionises the industry
It provides an overview of performance, transmits data in real time and detects faults – even before they occur. SKF’s new sensor bearing units for load measurement will be on show for the first time in Sweden at Elmia Subcontractor’s IoT Arena.
Elmia’s Brand is Upgraded
Light waves and gentle colors – that is the core of the upgraded brand of the Swedish trade-show organizer – Elmia. Both color and shape refer to Elmia's history as well as the future. “Green Tech”-technologies that enable a more efficient and thus sustainable utilization of earthly resources.
Global technology company wants to boost Swedish product development
Simulation-driven product development opens up brand new opportunities for innovation – in all sectors. This is the opinion of Altair, a new exhibitor at Elmia Subcontractor this autumn.
Jason Popp joins the jury at Elmia Spark Award
Through the newly established Elmia Spark Award, Elmia and Fairlink want to drive exhibitors and visitors return on event (ROE) to new heights. Now Jason Popp, at GES, agreed to join the jury. With more than 90 years and the most comprehensive breadth of services and technology, GES bring brands and customers closer together through events, exhibits and exhibitions.
New Awards - Elmia & Fairlink rewards successful, innovative Exhibitors
The most successful and innovative Elmia exhibitors will from now on be rewarded. Through the newly established Exhibitor of the Year Awards, Elmia and Fairlink want to drive exhibitors and visitors return on event (ROE) to new heights.
New meeting place for transport and infrastructure at Elmia
Next autumn is the premiere for Elmia’s new transport fair, Elmia Nordic Transport Infrastructure, which is being held in parallel with Elmia Nordic Rail. Together with the conference Elmia Nordic Future Transport Summit, the fairs form the Nordic region’s most important meeting place for the development of tomorrow’s transport and infrastructure on 8–10 October 2019
Now presenting the garden trends for 2018!
Today we are launching the new online platform Elmia Garden Trends. The website is aimed at everyone who works in the garden industry and can be used as a business tool for inspiration and purchasing support.
Press Invitation: Welcome to the presentation ceremony for the Elmia Garden Award 2017
The Elmia Garden Award for garden product of the year honours new, innovative product solutions that simplify gardening work. It is the Swedish garden industry’s major product prize and the winner often becomes a well-known bestseller.
New fair manager of Elmia Garden
Elmia Garden is the trade fair that brings together the entire garden industry in Jönköping every autumn. Since the start of this year Kristin Koefoed has taken over from Henrik Landén as manager of the fair. Kristin has worked at Elmia for many years and has been working with Elmia Garden since 2003, partly as the manager of the arena’s experiential and inspirational arrangements.
A well-received new concept plus satisfied exhibitors at Elmia Agriculture 2016
Elmia Agriculture 2016 was the launch of the Swedish agriculture industry’s new national arena. The event met industry expectations and was much appreciated. “Our work to create the new national arena for agriculture has succeeded,” commented Elmia Agriculture project manager Jonas Bentving. “When the industry changes, the leading specialist fair must also develop with it.”
Focus on retail development, edibles and innovations
Elmia Garden 2016 offered garden trendspotting, an exhibition of the nominated entries for the Elmia Garden Award, the Perennial of the Year 2017, Createshop for florists, inspirational lectures and the market’s new products for next year.
Trendspotting: Innovative thinking, green offices and growing food
Elmia Garden presents the garden trends for 2017: Green in the Garden, The Green Lab and Vego Garden. Next year we will continue to see garden elements featured in interior decorating and fashions, in the kitchen and food preparation, on the balcony and at nursery schools.
Press Invitation: Green parks, the unique and the edible in focus at Elmia Garden
On 5–6 October it’s time again for Elmia Garden, northern Europe’s biggest meeting place for the garden industry. The focus at this year’s fair is on upcoming park trends with new products for public green spaces and concepts in both vertical and horizontal cultivation.
Passenger focus increasingly important
Buses, routes and keeping to a tight timetable have always been the main priorities. But during the seminar entitled Who owns the relationship with the passenger?, the focus was firmly on the customer. - Once we’ve expanded public transport as far as possible, the industry is quite widely agreed that the next step is customer orientation,” said Henrik Dagnäs, Head of Marketing at Nobina.
New products with added value
Splendor Plant presented its new First Edition series at Elmia Garden. Grown in a plum-coloured pot, the bright, beautiful plants in lovely colours are equally well suited to public spaces and private gardens.
Organic is a growing trend in the seed business
Hobby growers who start from seed are increasingly interested in using organic seeds. Ideally the plants can be grown on balconies and then eaten. This was one of the major trends presented by Impecta Fröhandel at Elmia Garden.
Growing plants at home is trendy
Nelson Garden launched a world first at Elmia Garden. Called Easy to grow, it is a starter kit with everything in one package for growing tomato, lettuce and cabbage seedlings.
Marcel Jansen helps companies to create inspiration
Marcel Jansen is a marketing consultant with a passion for retail and horticulture. He knows how to transform a shop containing individual products into a space filled with feeling and context. This makes him a source of inspiration and a trends expert who is consulted by many companies.
Dutch exhibitors test the Swedish market
A trade fair is a good venue for getting a feel for a new market and testing it out. Sometimes that process is easier when it’s shared. This approach was used by the Dutch company Greenn in its joint stand, where four different companies exhibited together for the first time.
Stable growth in the Nordic garden industry
More and more people in the Nordic countries are buying plants and trees from garden centres and decorating their conservatories in various ways. At Elmia Garden, the trade fair for everyone working with plant nurseries, garden centres and garden products, the strong and consistent growth trend was obvious.