At Asocolflores, we streng then sustainable floriculture in Colombia so that our flowers generate well-being and inspiring experiences.

Thanksgiving is one of the United States’ most important holidays, and one which will be particularly emotional this year due to the need to maintain physical distance from loved ones. Flowers are one way to reduce this distance, since they create a sense of closeness and positive emotions in those who receive them. They are the perfect way to convey our affection to others. Pre-Thanksgiving flower exports have been robust, thanks to the government’s transport support and the steps the…

Asocolflores gives Antioquia and Bogotá “1,400 reasons to smile” On October 22, the association handed thousands of passers-by two bouquets—one to keep, and one to give as a gift, sparking the emotions that giving and receiving flowers brings. Bogotá. October 27, 2020. As Asocolflores President Augusto Solano puts it, “Many studies demonstrate that the “Duchene” or genuine smile always appears in those who receive flowers. Colombia exports 1,400 species to different countries. Now, we want to share them with our…

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In compliance with Law 1581 of 2012 and Regulatory Decree 1377 of 2013, we inform you that the personal data that you have given us (name, telephone number and company in which you work) will be stored, used, circulated, updated and generally processed in order to be contacted to attend events, contests and keep you informed about the floriculture sector.
Those responsible for processing the information you have given us are: Colombian Association of Flower Exporters Asocolflores, located at Carrera 9A No. 90-53 in the city of Bogotá, with telephone number (1) 2-57-93-11. The handling of said data will be done in accordance with the provisions of the ASOCOLFLORES Information Treatment Policies, published on the website (Click Here) which contains the policies established by those responsible for data processing, the mechanisms and procedures for the effectiveness of the rights of the Information Holder to: i) Know, update and rectify personal data. (ii) Request proof of authorization for the collection and processing of personal data. (iii) Be informed by those responsible for the use that has been given to personal data. (iv) File complaints with the Superintendency of Industry and Commerce in the event that there is a violation by those responsible for the provisions of Law 1581 of 2012, Decree 1377 of 2013 and other regulations that modify them. (v) Revoke the authorization granted for the processing of personal data. (vi) Request to be removed from the database as long as there is no legal or contractual duty to remain in them and (vii) Have access to the personal data that those responsible have collected and processed. In accordance with Law 1581 of 2012 and Regulatory Decree 1377 of 2013, and on the occasion of the purposes for the treatment described above, those responsible may collect data from children and adolescents as well as sensitive data1. It is reported that the
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