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Internationalisation

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Leading Danish kalanchoe nursery Knud Jepsen was looking for a good way to outsource the cutting production. After exploring possibilities in Turkey the idea …

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Last week, the major Latin American horticultural fair was organized in Irapuato, Mexico. In the week that Donald Trump was elected as the 45th …

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The Dutch market share in global exports has fallen behind the combined market share of Colombia, Kenya, Ecuador and Ethiopia for the first time, …

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About 50% of Dutch tomatoes are exported to Germany. But Germans prefer tomatoes that are grown in their own country. So what could be …

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Nearly 20 years ago two Dutch and two Belgian growers joined forces and bought an existing greenhouse in the USA. It was a chance …

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What should you do as a European grower if you want to grow, but the local market is saturated? Then you look carefully further …

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JD Propagation, of Victoria, Australia, had planned to pay off its first four greenhouses in five years. In fact, the business has grown so …

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Henri Hekman was major shareholder of the BLGG Group, the leading laboratory for soil analysis. In 2013 he sold the company to Eurofins. But …

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‘Internationalisation is crucial to us’, explains Meiny Prins, CEO and co-owner of Priva, and Businesswoman of the Year 2009. ‘Priva is a family-owned and …