Floralife is hosting a free webinar for those interested in learning how to save on business costs while improving flower quality.
The webinar will present solutions to better manage the challenges floral businesses face during peak times when quality and consistency suffer most.
The webinar will be held Tuesday, October 24, 2017 at 10 a.m. EDT. Reservations, which are limited, can be made at:
The webinar will feature Anil Ranwala, Ph.D., Floralife’s manager of postharvest research and development, and Alan Tanouye, Floralife’s general manager of the Americas. The session will provide information on a revolutionary technology that resulted from observations and analysis Floralife has received from the industry and its customers.
“Everyone in the floral industry should attend this informational webinar,” said Tanouye. “There are many good reasons a floral business should analyze their costs and look for areas of improvement. Whether you have a tight labor budget or want to improve your profit margins, reducing labor costs does not have to translate into compromised product quality. This webinar will demonstrate that it’s entirely doable to control labor costs and still delight your customers.”
The Floralife webinar will provide attendees with tips and tricks, best practices and products to help improve floral businesses’ bottom lines.
Floralife’s director of Superflor technology, Steven Daum, will moderate the webinar. Webinar attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions during the hour-long session. For questions or more information, contact: Sharon Mikulinski at firstname.lastname@example.org or +32 473 72 05 28.
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