5 February 2013


‘Gardens & Tourism: A Match for Success’
Delta Chelsea Hotel. Toronto, Canada. March 18 & 19, 2013

during Canada Blooms, the country’s largest flower and garden festival;

This will be a not-to-be-missed, exciting, inspirational and information-filled two-day event. 

Click here to REGISTER TODAY!

Co-hosted by:Robin Garrett, CEO, The Tourism Partnership of Niagara
Alexander Reford, Director, Reford Gardens/Les jardins de Métis, Quebec
Aldona Satterthwaite, Executive Director, Toronto Botanical Garden
Joel Peters, Sr. VP and CMO, Tourism Toronto

Over two days, more than 30 Canadian, American and European Garden and Tourism experts will offer fifteen sessions jam-packed with inspiration on how they are collaborating to raise the profile of their garden experiences and grow tourism!

Learn all about:

  • Ten Trends that will Affect the Evolution of Garden Tourism Over the Next 25 Years
  • How Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden and The Virginia Tourism Corporation are Growing Visitation
  • Why Montreal will be the 2013 Summer of Gardens
  • Garden Social Marketing – Who’s Connected and Why it Works
  • How Garden Tourism is Doing in Europe, What’s on Demand and What’s Being Supplied
  • How Historic Gardens are ‘Cultivating the Opportunity’
  • Why Vancouver Island has an International Garden Reputation
  • The Advantages, Inconveniences and ROI of Europe’s ‘Gardens without Limits’ program
. . . and much more . . . an updated program is on-line at www.gardentourismconference.com 

Be there when the 2013 Canadian and International Garden Tourism Awards are presented, network with international colleagues and take home innovative concepts and great ideas.

To take advantage of early-bird pricing register for the Conference today
at: http://www.horttrades.com/garden-tourism-conference-2013

Hotel and travel information are available at www.gardentourismconference.com
under the ‘Accommodation & Travel’ button.

For more information, contact Carol Cowan at zebra@passport.ca

Cette Conférence est présenté uniquement en anglais. Nous vous remercions 
de votre compréhension, et souhaitons que vous serez des nôtres lors de la conférence.