The 53th edition of STROIKO EXPO has been rescheduled

Stroiko_2020_FB cover date-2We have taken the very difficult decision to postpone the 53th edition of STROIKO EXPO  in light of the global impact of the COVID-19 outbreak, and the event will now be held from 3-7 of June  2020.

The health and well-being of the exhibitors and visitors, as well as that of our local host community, are the priority.

The travel restrictions in place are changing daily and it is important that the visitors and exhibitors wanting to attend are able to.

 It is clear that coronavirus is going to have a significant impact on members’ businesses and at times of crisis such as this is that we need to work together to ensure the survival of industry in general .

Visit the special pavlion for soft and interior furniture

A new TRENDS section will be created on the Show floor and will present innovative and trendy products. Plus in the coming weeks, new items will be featured on our website as well as on the Show’s Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn profiles…
An interesting teaser before the event!


The focus for the event will be Smart home technologies and security systems.
The event aims to help ideas go further, faster, to make the world better, sooner. Discover latest trends and technology to design the future! We cover:

Auto Controlling & Integration

Home Security

Video Surveillance System

Access Control System

Alarming System

Fire and Safety System

Home Energy Management Systems

Lighting Control System




Conference “Green Cities for a sustainable Europe” organized by STROIKO and Bulgarian Association of Ornamental Plants Nurseries

The European Nurserystock Association – signed a Grant Agreement with CHAFEA of the European Commission to launch a promotion campaign with the slogan  “Green Cities for a sustainable Europe”.
The Green Cities campaign has a total budget of  €2.1 million, that will be financed with aid from the European Union up to the 80% and will run from now until the end of 2020. 

Seven of the ENA members are working together on this initiative and funding it: AVBSVLAM from Belgium, BAOPN from Bulgaria, Danske Planteskoler from Denmark, BdB from Germany, Val’hor from France, HTA from the UK and Anthos-LTO-‘De Groene Stad’ from the Netherlands.The project ‘Green cities for a sustainable Europe’ is a B2B promotion campaign, targeted at professionals that play a decisive role in city planning, landscape planning and is not focused on the mass market. The project will give tools and technical background for decision makers and politicians to communicate this message of green cities for a sustainable Europe to the citizens they work for. The main goal of the Green Cities campaign is to increase awareness of the many benefits of using live plants in the cities, towns and villages, for both the citizens and the environment.