The end of the year is coming closer. At the end of 2020, all direct orders at Royal FloraHolland will have to be recorded digitally in or through Floriday. This year, they have set up various resources and tools to help both growers as well as buyers with this change. They have organised 180 workshops and webinars for growers and buyers, made instruction videos and distributed as many news reports with updates and tips as they could. In case you missed anything, Royal FloraHolland would love to tell you all about these tools for 100% Digital in this news report.
- Executive Officer - Brisbane, Australia
- European Export Sales Manager (Asia Market)
- Greenhouse Manager - Carlisle (PA) USA
- Electricians / Irrigation Technicians International Horticultural Projects (USA)
- Regional Sales Manager - LED Horticulture / Benelux and France
- Sales Representatives Horticultural Greenhouses - Mexico
- Export Development Manager - Avocados Australia, Brisbane
- Chief Commercial Officer - Las Vegas (Nevada) USA
- Sales Executive
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- Rules about florists opening during lockdown in England
- Kenya: Sian introduces summer flowers from new farm
- Beekenkamp Plants grows in North America
- China's largest high-tech rose project to be completed by Spring 2021
- McHutchison and Vaughan’s Horticulture expand teams, announce extensive slate of new hires
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Other news in this sector:
- 2020-11-26 Canada and UK reach trade agreement
- 2020-11-26 Iran: Value of plants export rises 5%
- 2020-11-26 Scottish flower growers unite to promote 'grown not flown'
- 2020-11-26 US: Virginia farmers grow millions of poinsettias for the holidays
- 2020-11-26 Union Fleurs in BBC Documentary: “Made on Earth: Road to Recovery – Flowers”
- 2020-11-26 "A high demand across the board"
- 2020-11-25 US (CA): San Francisco's Flower Mart struggling to survive Covid-19
- 2020-11-25 US: "Poinsettias are heading out the door by thousands for Black Friday"
- 2020-11-25 NZ: Florists feel pressure as flower shortage pushes up prices
- 2020-11-25 Scottish flower growers unite to promote 'grown not flown'
- 2020-11-24 Ireland: Swords-grown poinsettias making their way to the shops for Christmas
- 2020-11-24 IS (IL): New rules announced for the 2021 cover crop premium discount program
- 2020-11-24 South Australian florists say COVID-19 measures have been both good and bad for business
- 2020-11-24 "Many growers were uncertain on what they could or could not do"
- 2020-11-24 US: "Abundant poinsettia colors bring beauty to holidays"
- 2020-11-24 Corona crisis: country updates
- 2020-11-24 Growers in Central Vietnam restore ornamental flower after flood for Tet market
- 2020-11-24 US: Poinsettias blooming early in NC this year
- 2020-11-24 Ethiopia, China partners working together for a shared prosperous future
- 2020-11-24 How Covid-19 impacts the Hungary flower sector