The much anticipated FutureScape event will be happening tomorrow. This important occasion, taking place on Tuesday 18th November, will be based at Sandown Park Racecourse in Surrey.
As FutureScape marks its third year, the show is preparing to accommodate its ever increasing number of visitors by moving to its bigger and better location. With plenty to see and do at the event, visitors are sure to not be disappointed.
What is FutureScape?
FutureScape is a one day industry supported event, put on for landscape contractors, landscape architects, and garden designers, involved in the three key themes of the event; maintenance, design and build.
Many of Pro Landscaper magazine's readers are also likely to attend as the publication is supporting the event this year.
On the day there will be an array of leading industry suppliers exhibiting their must-have products and services. Seminars offering business tips and advice will also be available from some of key players in the landscaping industry.
Visitors can look forward to gaining valuable knowledge on a variety of different industry topics. Speakers from companies such as Sketch Up, Exterior Solutions Ltd, and DS Technical Nonwoven will be sharing their industry expertise on issues such as biodegradable landscape fabrics, spatial awareness, and budgets & costings.
There are also a few key events to look out for at FutureScape. These events include ‘View from the Top’, ‘The Detail is in the Design’, ‘The Beauty is in the Build’, ‘The Great Tree Debate’, ‘Let’s Hear it Live’, and ‘The Passion is in the Plants’.
To register or find out more about what to expect this year, you can contact the event organisers via the FutureScape website.
Will you be attending?
The great thing about FutureScape is that everyone is welcome at the event. Whether you are passionate about landscaping or are a member of an association, there is lots to learn and experience at FutureScape.
So if you are attending the show tomorrow or have visited in previous years, feel free to share with us your thoughts and opinions...