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The new buzzword in e-commerce
May 29, 2012, United States — Social gifting, the latest trend in retail, lets people get together on Facebook to buy each other gifts. | READ MORE
OFA Short Course delivers for florists
May 29, 2012, Columbus, OH — The OFA Short Course offers educational programming, hands-on workshops and a huge trade show floor for florists.
Canadians optimistic about the economy
May 25, 2012, Toronto — Consumer confidence took an encouraging jump in May, a sign that Canadians may be feeling better about the economy heading into spring and summer.
First-timer nabs top honours at Chelsea Flower Show
May 25, 2012, United Kingdom — An Irish florist competing at the Chelsea Flower Show for the first time has won the show's prestigious Florist of the Year title. | READ MORE
Teleflora recognized for health and safety
May 24, 2012, Oklahoma City — Teleflora has been recognized for its commitment to health and safety in the workplace.
Retail signals modest growth
May 24, 2012, Ottawa — Canadian retail sales bounced back in March after a weak February, but figures looked soft, sending mixed signals about growth in the first-quarter of the year. | READ MORE
Floods cost Kenya's flower sector $120M
May 23, 2012, Kenya — Harsh weather is wreaking havoc on the world's third largest flower producer, damaging crops and slashing projected export earnings, the Kenya Flower Council warns. | READ MORE
OFA Short Course among largest shows in U.S.
May 22, 2012, Columbus, OH — The OFA Short Course trade show has been recognized as the 150th largest trade show in the United States by Trade Show News Network.
Vivafresh extends cold chain
May 18, 2012, Port Townsend, WA — Vivafresh has set a new world record for fresh cut rose cold storage.
CGTA challenges the gift industry to give back
May 16, 2012, Toronto — The Canadian Gift & Tableware Association (CGTA) is launching an industry-wide challenge to raise $100,000 for SickKids Foundation to benefit pediatric health research.