Meet the global horticultural community at GreenTech

Thu 01/06/2023 by Richard Wilkinson

GreenTech, the global meeting point for horticultural technology professionals, will take place from June 13 to 15, 2023 at the RAI in Amsterdam. The fair expects to host 11,000 horticulture professionals and 525 exhibitors from around the world. The full list of exhibitors is available on the GreenTech website

Throughout the three days, GreenTech offers an extensive knowledge program on the theme “Your connection to sustainable food and flower production”, with specific topics such as “smart lighting”, “plant health”, “resilient cultivation” and robotics.

Additional events

Tuesday June 13: The winners of the Innovation and Concept categories will be announced during the official opening of GreenTech Amsterdam.

Tuesday 13, Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 June, “Meet the Xpert” sessions will be organized. Industry experts will hold informal talks with visitors and exhibitors on topics in which they are specialised.

Wednesday June 14, 8:30am – 2:00pm: ‘Power Day’. GreenTech invites progressive growers and farmers, engineers, consultants, investors and solution providers to network, connect and discuss horticulture-related issues under the banner “Let’s Work Together”.

GreenTech Party on Tuesday, June 13 6:00pm to 8:00pm. Free entry for exhibitors.

Wednesday, June 14, bus visits will be organised to the leaders of the sector.


There will be thematic pavilions such as vertical agriculture, plant compounds (cannabis), artificial intelligence and robotics, start-up and, as a novelty this year, renewable energies.

In the Robot Arena and in the new renewable energy demonstration area you will be able to see live demonstrations and the latest innovations.


Visitors will be able to follow the routes of the exhibitors with the following themes: organic farming, vertical farming, robotics, renewable energy, plant compounds and AI and intermediate technology.

More information at:


Subscribe to our Newsletter

Most read on social media

Popular news