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Web Exclusive: Potting up sales
Written by Amanda Ryder
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pottedplants1Feb. 23, 2011 - Did our story in the February/March 2011 issue of Canadian Florist (Potting Up Sales, page 26) plant a seed and inspire you to green up your shop? Here's a web exclusive story with more great advice from Betty Ann Balcom and a list of her preferred plant picks.
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Thanks for making CFBF a success!
Written by Amanda Ryder
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cfbflogo.jpgJan. 18, 2011 - We'd like to thank everyone who came out to our first-ever Canadian Florist Business Forum on Jan. 12 in Toronto. Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors – Smithers-Oasis, Teleflora and FTD – exhibitors and all the attendees, the event was a success that we’re eager to repeat in 2012.
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Top Shops: Flowers on 9th
Written by Amanda Ryder
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fo9thstorefrontDec. 20, 2010 - Here's a web exclusive sidebar, as well as addition photos, from our January 2011 Top Shop profile Flowers on 9th, of Lethbridge, Alta.
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Quality of flowers more important than price
Written by Floral Marketing Research Fund
Dec. 17, 2010 - The Floral Marketing Research Fund (FMRF) has just released a comprehensive study on Consumer Preference for Flowers as Gifts. According to the study, the quality of flowers is more important to consumers than price.
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U.S. designers share their holiday tips and tricks
Written by Susanne Law, AIFD, CPFD
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hgala3Dec. 17, 2010 - The Kirby/Signature 2010 Gala in Burnaby, B.C., at the end of September was the most highly anticipated party event of the year. The show format was an interactive shop makeover for the holiday season. The program included many new, trendy and helpful ideas to enhance shop displays.
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