Floral Design Entrepreneur Program: Make a Career out of Smelling the Roses

Floral designers arrange flowers into decorative displays. They use a variety of live, dried and silk flowers as well as ribbon and other decorative features to make a beautiful arrangement. The Bureau of Labor Statistics lists the most common task for a floral designer:

Buy flowers and other products from wholesalers and suppliers to ensure that an adequate supply meets customers’ needs Determine the type of arrangement desired, the occasion, and the date, time, and location for delivery Recommend plants or flowers and greenery for each arrangement in accordance with the customer’s budget Design floral displays that evoke a particular sentiment or style Answer telephones, take orders, and wrap arrangements

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