November 7-8, Vijfhuizen

More prizes for Wim Hazelaar Trofee

Dutch florists Peter van de Velde and Linda Verbeek offer Wim Hazelaar trofee's number three and number four extra prizes, in order to stimulate florists to develop constantly.

November 7 and 8, twelve international florists are battling for the Wim Hazelaar trofee. At the IFTF in Vijfhuizen the Netherlands, everybody can walk in and follow the competition. The competitors of 2018 are:

  1. Tanja van Bijlevelt (NL)
  2. Jonas Jensen (De)
  3. Tarmo Noormets (Ee)
  4. Annet van der Welle (NL)
  5. Thijs Harmens (NL)
  6. Sandra Attema Welte (NL)
  7. Dan Xavier (De)
  8. Hong Chae Hee (Kor)
  9. Veslemøy Gundersen (No)
  10. Ioana Zachia-Zlatea (Ro)
  11. Hong Chae Hee (Kor)
  12. Harvey Haak (NL)

In two days the competitors make seven assignments with the material the organization arranged. Thursday evening November 8th the winner will be known and he or she will receive the Mobach trofee, € 750 prize money from Smithers Oasis and a tutorial on the Bloomtube channel.

Two Dutch florists offer extra prizes for the number two and number three of the Wim Hazelaar trofee. Peter van de Velde and Linda Verbeek offer € 200 to the second best and € 100 to number three. ‘Competitions amongst florist are important for all florists. Developing yourself all the time is ‘’a must’’ especially in our profession. Joining competitions means you are developing and improving yourself. The competition Wim Hazelaar trofee is a wonderful initiative at a great moment. The international flowering business meets each other at this moment in November. And florists are an important part of this business. Florists make consumers appreciate flowers and plants. And it is their job consumers never get bored of it. We like florists to improve themselves without limits. This is why we offer number two and number three this extra prize and say: ‘keep up the good work’.

For more information:
IFTF
www.iftf.nl


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