0 Why you shouldn't wait to register for BTME

BTME BayerThe biggest turf management show of the year is on the horizon, and the time has come to get yourself on the guest list.

By combining Continue to Learn, the Turf Managers' Conference, GolfBIC and partner events, coupled with four halls of exhibitors, BTME 2017 is set to the biggest UK gathering of turf professionals and businesses in history.

Over 120 exhibitors - from global giants such as Bayer, John Deere and Toro, to brand new innovative companies - will be putting on the most diverse show in the industry, featuring everything from irrigation systems, golf buggies and machinery, through to artificial turf, workwear and wildflowers.

And then in the evening, BBC presenter and #ThisGirlGolfs ambassador Naga Munchetty will host the Welcome Celebration, featuring the BIGGA Awards ceremony, with the free-to-attend event promising a fantastic night of entertainment.

BTME 2017 will once again feature four Halls at the Harrogate International Centre with more exhibitors showcasing the latest developments in the greenkeeping industry.

Jill Rodham, BIGGA's Business Development Manager, said: "Thousands of delegates will head to Harrogate for BTME 2017, and we want to make sure no one misses out. With hundreds of exhibitors all vying for the attention of BIGGA members, BTME is the premier place to get up-to-date with all the latest developments in the turf management industry.

"There will be four halls showcasing all manner of new products, innovations and more and we're very confident it will be a hugely successful show with plenty of business done during the week."

Anyone who registers early for BTME 2017 will benefit from queue-busting access to the Harrogate International Centre on 17-19 January.

So what are you waiting for? Pre-register for your visitor badges here

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