The Expo Newsletter is a monthly mailing that collates the most recent information on AIPH-approved Expos around the world. Click on the icons below to read each edition.
|The first Expo Newsletter of 2023 revisits 2013 Suncheon Garden Expo ten years later, Lunar New Year celebrations at past Expos, and takes a look at the AIPH Sustainability Strategy for Expos.||This edition of the Expo Newsletter looks back at 2022. Three Expos opened and closed their doors, and AIPH attended events outside of our usual network.||The December edition of the Expo Newsletter features the BIE General Assembly, Host City 2022, the approval of Malatya International Horticultural Expo 2028, and more.|
|The November edition of the Expo Newsletter takes a look at Floriade Expo 2022 after its closure, updates from Expo 2023 Doha Qatar, the Expo host-cities who reached the finals for the AIPH World Green City Awards 2022, and more.||The September edition of the Expo Newsletter features updates from the autumn AIPH Expo Conference 2022, held in Almere, the Netherlands.||The August edition of the Expo Newsletter features insight into the potential of NFTs in Horticultural Expos, and the upcoming 74th AIPH Annual Congress|
|The July edition of the Expo Newsletter takes a look at Floriade Expo 2022’s national days, an overview of Expo 2021 Hatay’s awards ceremony, and much more.||The June edition of the Expo Newsletter highlights the 1705h General Assembly of the BIE, Expo 2026 İzmir’s theme and local goals, an overview of Euroflora 2022, and more.||The May edition of the Expo Newsletter highlights Floriade Expo 2022’s theme of Growing Green Cities and Expo 2023 Doha Qatar’s record-breaking 3D-printed concrete pigeon tower.|
|The April edition of the Expo Newsletter features the three AIPH-approved Expos that opened this month: Floriade Expo 2022, Expo 2021 Hatay, and Euroflora 2022.||The March edition of the Expo Newsletter features updates from the AIPH Spring Meeting 2022 in Dubai, UAE – including the approval of Udon Thani International Horticultural Expo 2026||The February edition of the Expo Newsletter features the first visit to Izmir 2026 Expo, the promotion of World Horticultural Expo Yokohama 2027 on the Cosmo Clock 21 giant Ferris wheel in Yokohama’s Minato Mirai 21 district.|
|The January edition of the Expo Newsletter features an overview of Expo 2021 Yangzhou, which closed in October 2021.|