Greenhouse Sustainability launches own magazine

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Greenhouse Sustainability helps companies to take targeted action when it comes to sustainability. Once in action mode, we unfortunately often see that companies forget to communicate about sustainability. Sharing the sustainable story contributes to making even more impact. Sustainability is therefore no longer just an additional topic but is at the core of the major decisions companies make today. That's why sustainability truly deserves its own magazine.

And that's exactly what Greenhouse Sustainability is working on. We are launching our own magazine: Ecolution!

About the magazine

Ecolution Magazine will be a trade journal for entrepreneurs in the agriculture and horticulture sector. Sustainability and innovation are at the heart of Ecolution Magazine. Our magazine informs and inspires professionals in the industry with the latest developments, trends, and technologies in the field of ecological agriculture and horticulture.

Circulation and target audience

With a circulation of 4,500 copies and individual sales, we reach a select group of influential technical decision-makers in the industry. Our readers are professionals who are involved in making technical decisions in their companies on a daily basis, such as growers, trading partners, and suppliers.

Publication and themes

Ecolution Magazine is published twice a year, in September and March, keeping our readers informed about the latest developments throughout the year. Each issue features in-depth articles, expert interviews, case studies, and practical tips that are relevant to technical decision-making in the agriculture and horticulture sector.

Want to make an impact in the floricultural sector?

Would you also like to give your sustainable story the attention it deserves or work on your brand awareness? Then contact us! We would be happy to brainstorm with you.

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