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November 5, Vijfhuizen

Floriforum speaker announced: Dennis van der Lubbe

Dennis van der Lubbe, Managing Director of the Flower Council of Holland has been confirmed as a speaker at Floriforum on 5 November 2019.

The Flower Council of Holland is an independent foundation funded by Dutch and foreign growers that are members of Royal FloraHolland and by trading companies that are Royal FloraHolland’s customers. Its core focus is on keeping flowers and plants high on the agenda of European consumers, encouraging them not only to buy more flowers and plants but also to do it more regularly and with a higher spend. The consumer campaigns of the Flower Council of Holland focus on four European countries (the Netherlands, Germany, France and the United Kingdom) and provide inspiration in the language of the country concerned, also taking into account local preferences and trends. Its most recent campaigns “We need more flowers” and “ Thanks Plants!” have received a high level of attention from consumers, prompting them to buy more flowers and plants, and have been nominated for several advertising awards in the Netherlands.

Dennis van der Lubbe joined the Flower Council of Holland as Managing Director in March 2018 and has led and shaped since then the delivery on the strategic framework to promote sales of flowers and plants throughout Europe. He brings to the position over 25 years of international marketing and commercial experience and an extensive track record on building brands and developing professional marketing teams. He has worked with well-known Fast-Moving Consumer Goods companies and world leading brands within diverse industries and across several European markets. He will contribute to the conversation with his insights on delivering impactful campaigns to keep flowers and plants at the top of European consumers’ minds and in their shopping basket.

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