Top 5 - yesterday
- CAN (SK): “The flowers take a long time to start growing but it is worth it because they are so beautiful”
- Plants remove cancer causing toxins from air
- Use of prohydrojasmon to suppress Frankliniella occidentalis and tomato spotted wilt virus in chrysanthemums
- Kuehne+Nagel announces management changes in Middle East and Africa region
- UK: Award-winning Chelsea Flower Show garden to go on display in Hampshire
Top 5 - last week
Top 5 - last month
- Hasfarm’s network expands in Indonesia, partnering with Bromelia Flowers and Tropika
- "Breeders need to study the Chinese market carefully before introducing a variety"
- Royal Flowers merges with The Elite Group
- North America: “Unbridled optimism for Mother’s Day tempered by reality”
- “A new sales channel for flower companies without any labor or high fixed costs”
Revenue FloraMondo Clock Presale for roses increased 60%
"I think that this growth is partly linked to the current increase in sales because the clock is retaining its strong position, certainly for my product. And roses are the most frequently traded flower in FloraMondo," added Menno. Buyers appreciate the possibilities offered by FloraMondo Clock Presale.
No purchase stress
Some benefits he mentioned are the guaranteed delivery and small size of transactions. Thanks to FloraMondo, purchase stress belongs to the past: the price is set, and purchases as small as one package are possible. Currently, 60% of all roses growers offer their supply daily on FloraMondo. "It is important to do that daily because a buyer must be able to depend on your product or he will shop elsewhere. Buyers should also check the site daily to keep up with the current supply and what is new. As soon as the first peonies arrive, they appear on FloraMondo."
Read the entire interview with Menno Nan at Royal FloraHolland.
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