What is Proflora?
Proflora is the face of Colombian floriculture to the world, since it is the most important fresh cut flower fair in the world. The first Proflora fair was held in 1993, which means that this year reaches its 30th edition, and it is the perfect scenario for national and international producers to show the world the quality, variety, beauty and attractiveness of each one of their flowers exhibited with more than 1500 buyers from more than 60 countries that meet in each edition. It is the perfect opportunity to open business opportunities, both for companies with a long history in the market and for those that have been growing in recent years.
When is it held?
Proflora is held every two years and turns Bogota, the capital of Colombia, into the floral epicenter of the world. This year the event will be held from October 4 to 7 at the Corferias venue in the city of Bogota. Due to the pandemic experienced in 2020 and 2021 the fair was postponed and has not been held for 4 years (2019 was the last one). That is why this year’s edition will be a very special one as it will be marked by the reunion, and the connection generated by being back at the face-to-face fairs. Therefore, the presence of international visitors and buyers will be essential for them to get to know the different social, environmental and economic initiatives with which all the Colombian flowers on display are cultivated, and thus achieve a floral experience that awakens integral and memorable emotions at an international level, experiences that only flowers can transmit.
If you want to learn more about Proflora you can visit their website at this link:
SB Talee and Geoflora at Proflora:
SB Talee has participated in all editions of Proflora since 1993 and this year will be no exception, as is tradition, it will go hand in hand with its sister company Geoflora to exhibit their most beautiful varieties. We will be located at Stand 813-820. We are waiting for you!
Remember that if you want to visit the fair you must register at the following link: