The 2023 edition of the Bahrain International Garden Show (BIGS), will be open to the public at the Exhibition World Bahrain in Sakhir from 9 – 12 March.
9 March: 1 pm to 9 pm
10 – 12 March: 10 am to 9 pm
NIAD Secretary-General, Shaikha Maram bint Isa Al Khalifa, said that the exhibition is a unique opportunity – a trade fair that contributes to creating important opportunities for the participating institutions to develop their business and expand the scope of their activities locally, regionally and internationally.
BIGS aims to offer educational and knowledge insights thanks to the rich information provided by the exhibitors, and opportunities to exchange experiences and opinions, learn about the latest innovations, and raise awareness of the best ways and means in gardening, green spaces, and environmental care and protection.
A special stand will be dedicated to the show theme and it will host two research and education institutions: The first is the Arabian Gulf University (AGU) which will showcase the latest scientific research related to water and facts that could be used in drawing up the general policy for managing water resources in the Kingdom.
More than 176 exhibitors are expected to participate in BIGS 2023 with their designs, products, technologies and innovations.
The Market Zone in Hall 6 will host numerous companies and agricultural nurseries to market various products, including flowers, seedlings, agricultural tools, pots, garden furniture, lighting equipment and all other products, food and agricultural services.
Hall 5 will feature the “Awareness Zone” which includes both official and educational institutions and civil society organizations, to display their awareness and education programs and services and to present innovations, creations, and agricultural projects.
BIGS 2023 will include companies specialized in the agricultural field from several countries such as The United Kingdom, Spain, the Netherlands, Russia, Greece, Japan, Italy, Turkey, India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, and Kenya. As for regional and Arab countries, there will be participants from Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman, Morocco, Jordan, Palestine, Egypt and Syria.
The participants will enrich their stands with the latest innovations, designs, and agricultural technologies and applications, and they will present their experiences and offer consultations, services, and products.
BIGS 2023 will also host a pavilion for the Bahraini farmers’ market, where spaces have been allocated to 14 Bahraini farmers, including two exhibition spaces for the winners of the King Hamad Prize for Agricultural Development in the best Bahraini farmer category in the third session (2018-2020) – Hussain Jaafar and Mohammed Mohsen.
Further details are available on www.bigs.com.bh, firstname.lastname@example.org and 32111603 and 17171603.