Anthura is nominated for the prestigious International Grower of the Year Award in the category ‘young plants’. On Tuesday, January 28 2020, at the IPM in Essen, Germany, the winner will be announced. Ten companies from eight different countries in four categories have reached the final.
Recognizing the very best of the best in the horticultural industry, the 12th International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH) International Grower of the Year (IGOTY) Awards 2020 has chosen its nominees. AIPH grants these awards, that are also supported by Royal FloraHolland en FloraCulture International. This prize is also seen as the ‘Oscar’ in the horticultural sector.
A jury of six international experts will judge the nominees and decide who is the winner in the categories plants and trees, cut flowers, young plants, inspiring business and sustainability. Anthura is nominated in the category young plants. The nominees of the sustainability award will be announced during the event in Essen. From the winners from each category, an overall winner will be crowned ‘Rose Gold Winner’, the most prestigious award of the evening.
International association of Horticultural Producers
Since 1948 AIPH has united horticultural producers in an international community that thrives to this day. AIPH strives to reignite and uphold the appreciation of plants and the enthusiasm of its buyers. The organization supports the work of growers’ associations globally and is committed to make out a case for a prosperous industry, for growing plants that enhance lives, to advance societies and to preserve our planet for this generation and the next (www.aiph.org).