Asocolflores and its associates contributed 150,000 flowers to the various events that make up the traditional Flower Fair and Silleteros Parade in Medellín, Colombia.
Asocolflores and Fedecacao commit to Colombia
After ceasing operations almost seven months ago, international flights will resume on September 21st, according to the Ministry of Transportation.
Asocolflores, in alliance with the Colombian training agency – SENA, inaugurated the first School of Abilities and Skills for Flower Workers
This project was proposed by Asocolflores to the government three years ago.
Although Colombia already reached its peak and is on the descent, this a very critical stage in order to avoid regrowth.
Last Wednesday 17 Asocolflores members and 12 purchasing companies from Canada, had business matchmaking holding approximately 85 successful business appointments.
All Saints’ Day has become the most important celebration of the calendar year’s second half.
Asocolflores welcomes Carolina Díaz, who will lead the association’s marketing and communications efforts going forward.
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.