Recently, I compared the advantages and disadvantages from my perspective, the floral designer and easily saw I'd prefer to be in-house and this is why:⠀
💰Maximize the actual floral budget: Instead of calculating eight hours of labor with two team members, I could lower my logistical costs and in turn maximize the actual floral budget.⠀
💸Reduction in Costs, for everyone: Since I now no longer needed a van, a larger team, a brick and mortar to prep and storage to house vases I used week after week, I could cut my costs and in turn pass those savings onto my hotel client. ⠀
💐Design more efficiently, a year in advance: With the hotel now owning and housing their own inventory, I can add value by using what is on-hand to design 52 weeks in advance for the entire year. I know exactly what my parameters are, how much labor to account for and what flowers are in season so I can utilize the hotel's entire vase and supplies inventory.⠀
By taking a step back and looking at the benefits that my hotel clients would gain, especially to their bottomline as well as the benefits for the floral designer, it was a win-win to choose to be in-house.⠀
Deciding to have an in-house florist can save you on average 30% of your annual floral budget. This savings equates to thousands of dollars, resulting in reallocation to another line item within the hotel operation.⠀
I believe in the benefits so much that when I am working with my clients on their turn key floral solutions, I show them exactly how they can achieve maximizing not only the guest impact but their bottom line as well. Think of it like a business-led approach to all the pretty things. ⠀
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