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Floral arrangements in Singapore…

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Gift business in Singapore or anywhere else for that matter is a blossoming industry. And one of the most common type of gift you find is floral arrangements, also known as flower shop.

We have big players like Far East Flora and during Valentine period, their orders can easily go up to thousands and due to their strong logistic support, they are able to cope with the demand.

On the other hand, an alternatives to floral arrangements or flower shop in Singapore is fresh cut fruits arrangement and that is what my wife and friends started 5 months ago, 7Degree C.

It has been an exciting journey so far as they strive to constantly push the edge of creative design, practical arrangements and satisfying customers. The business is picking up and with phase 2 of the marketing plan ready to roll out, it would be great to see the feedbacks and responds as the perceptions of fruits as a gift for the people here in Singapore are still ‘not-so-receptive’.

There’s many challenges to overcome, like making sure the fruits are supplied to us fresh daily from the different suppliers, the varying cost of the fruits, ensuring the handling of the fruits throughout all the stages are handled properly and the extra work of coating the fruits with our gourmet chocolate…

It is really a lot of hard work involved.

Like all business, it comes with hard work and I hope to see my wife business flourish and transforming the gift sharing, floral arrangements, flower shop idea into edible fruits arrangements for all special occasions.

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Written by gooddealz

May 16, 2008 at 1:22 pm

Posted in Food Stuff

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