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Delivering happiness If there is one thing that is sure to put a smile on your loved one’s face, it is a bouquet of flowers. Whether it’s to cheer someone up, to surprise, to show your love or to say sorry, there is always a good reason to send a little bit of happiness. TEXT: MYRIAM GWYNNED DIJCK  |  PHOTOS: EUROFLORIST

At Euroflorist they know this like nowhere else. The international flower delivery network,  connecting  customers  to  more than  9,000  florists  across  Europe,  specialises  in  top  quality  bouquets  with  a personal touch from expert florists.

the job. Every single bouquet of the freshest flowers is personally delivered, often by the florist himself,” she says. 

Another romantic proposal came from a German  client  who  wanted  to  ask  his girlfriend – who lived in Luxembourg – to marry him. Euroflorist couldn’t find a local florist, so instead they asked a German florist to cross the border and deliver  the  flowers  and  the  message. Hoffmann adds: “The story ended happily,  our  customer  told  us  that  his  girlfriend said yes. He was thrilled!”

“Through  our  webshop,  customers  can order  from  hundreds  of  beautiful  bouquets,” says Anne Hoffmann, retail marketing manager at Euroflorist Central Europe. “We offer same day delivery in each of the 12 European countries we operate in. To make sure the delivered bouquets are  top  quality  and  made  with  love,  we screen our florists carefully.” Apart from flowers, bouquets and plants, an order can be personalised with greeting cards and gifts such as wine, chocolates, stuffed toys and vases. “When we get an order, we look for the best local florist for

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who could handle the order, but we managed. Then another client wanted his flowers  delivered  along  with  a  song.  So  our florist personally sang All You Need Is Love to the client’s loved one at the door!”

Currently  gearing  up  for  the  busy  Valentine’s period, Hoffmann recounts some of the interesting and romantic requests  Euro florist has received in the past. “One client wanted to send hundreds of red roses to his Valentine. It was tricky to find a florist

Founded  in  1982  in  Sweden,  the  ambitious  enterprise  has  already  achieved  its goal of becoming one of Europe’s biggest flower  delivery  organisations.  Euroflorist was actually the first company in the world

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Discover Benelux, Issue 14, February 2015  

Promoting Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg and France.

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Promoting Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg and France.