Sell Unique Flower Arrangements in South Africa
Bloom Flowerists, South African floral industry pioneers, are currently looking for people passionate about the floral industry to join our national distributorship program and sell flowers in South Africa. If you think you have what it takes to sell gorgeous flower arrangements in your area – you’re on the right page!
What is a Flowerist?
A flowerist, in a nutshell, is more than just a florist. A flowerist can be considered a pioneer in the floral industry, pushing the boundaries of tried-and-tested arrangements to develop floral bouquets that are stunningly unique. Find out more about what it means to be a flowerist on our Bloom Flowerists about page!
Why Do People Love Fresh Flowers?
Flowers Improve Moods
A behavioural research study, conducted by Nancy Etcoff of Harvard Medical School, reveals that people feel less depressed when fresh-cut flowers are present in their vicinity.
Flowers Generate Compassion
Participants of the above study who lived with fresh-cut flowers for a week felt an increase in feelings of compassion and kindness towards others.
Flowers Axe Anxiety
The study also revealed that spending prolonged periods of time around fresh, seasonal floral arrangements reduces feelings of anxiety – especially first thing in the morning.
Flowers Improve Productivity
Research has found that office workers exposed to fresh floral arrangements feel more motivated, which translates to improved overall productivity!
Who Could Use Regular Floral Arrangements?
How to Become a Bloom Flowerists Distributor
Get Ready to Sell Flowers in South Africa like a Boss!
Passionate about flowers and the joy they bring people?
Got an entrepreneurial spirit?
Looking to be your own boss?
Get more information on becoming a flowerist through our Bloom Flowerists distributorship opportunity by connecting with Anita, our flowerist-in-chief, on 082 542 9363 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, get in touch with us through the contact form below. Ready to sell flowers in South Africa? Connect with us today: