October 31st, 2009 by Abu
An Interview with Big Apple Florist in NYC
How do you know when you’ve found the best florist in Manhattan? In a city with over 1.6 million people, a florist that seeks to build personal relationships by working one-on-one with each of its clients is a good sign. Here we interview Ashley from Big Apple Florist in NYC to try to determine what it takes to be one of the best florists in Manhattan…
1. Who and where are your clients?
Most of our customers are working professionals. We currently work with some of the top law firms, advertising agencies, building management companies, restaurants and hotels in New York City. We also work closely with individuals who have private residence within the NYC Metropolitan area.
2. What have these clients come to expect from you?
Our clientele expect only the best when it comes to our products and services. For years we have been providing New York City with high end floral bouquets, blooming and green plants and overflowing fruit and gourmet baskets. We try to offer all of our clients a quick turn around time to all there requests. We can extend same day delivery not only in the New York City area but usually anywhere across the United States.
3. How does being in New York City influence your business?
Being located in the Big Apple has so many advantages. Our products cater to our New York customers. We specialize in corporate services, being in the heart of Manhattan we have [Read more →]
October 27th, 2009 by Abu
This Holiday Season’s Flowers
Holiday flowers convey that warm nostalgic feeling of the holiday season. Flowers have the unique ability to bring us back to a moment or a time or create a new memory that stays with us for years to come. If you close your eyes, perhaps you’ll recall a time when you felt toasty by the fireplace or happy by your loved one. Holiday season flowers conjure up such emotions and that’s why they make the perfect holiday gift whether for someone you’ve just met or for someone who you feel like you’ve known your whole life.
Holiday Flowers Ideas for Different People in Your Life
The versatility of holiday flowers makes them an ideal gift for family, coworkers or the sweet person at the grocery store. Here are some suggestions for this holiday season’s flowers for that special person in your life.
Holiday Flowers for Parents or In-laws
When considering holiday season flowers for your parents or in-laws, you may go one of two ways. On the one hand, you may want to [Read more →]
October 23rd, 2009 by Abu
Delectable Food Choices in a Gourmet Gift Basket
A gourmet gift basket brings back the simple pleasures in life that most everyone can appreciate. These simple pleasures relate to our senses including wonderful smells and delicious food. Holiday gourmet gift baskets in particular bring us back to our roots because it is a time when we appreciate life’s simple pleasures and the people who have touched us in our lives.
Getting back to basics is healthy and gift baskets help to achieve this goal. A gourmet gift basket is like a wrapped up package that holds the key to unlock happiness. Whether it’s the taste of raspberry truffles or cappuccino wafers or fresh fruit, a gourmet gift basket lets us close our eyes and take a moment to savor a wonderful experience on our palettes.
What’s the Difference in a Gourmet Gift Basket?
When crafting a gourmet gift basket, each item is specially selected and at times difficult to procure. Such a gift is [Read more →]
October 14th, 2009 by Bri
Memorable Office Holiday Party Planning
Office holiday parties are all about the employees (everyone from the top on down), and so must be planned thoroughly with their happiness in mind. No need to panic if this is your first time organizing such an event-there are plenty of simple guidelines to follow that can make the task much, much easier and the office holiday party itself enjoyably memorable for everyone in attendance.
An Office Holiday Party Essential: Invitations
Alright, you could just rely on the word-of-mouth/mass email approach for the office holiday party, provided your office is small/email attentive enough for such a tactic to work effectively. However, for a dash of refinement [Read more →]
Holiday Office Decorations For, Well, Your Office Are Wonderful Things
Everyone knows the holidays are near when they spot the holiday office decorations around their desks, PCs, conference tables, and maybe even personal refrigerators. The possible lights along the doors and walls are also dead giveaways of the coming celebrations.
But is this holiday office decorating executed appropriately? Is the office looking too much like a scene from Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer? Or is more like something Scrooge would appreciate in its barrenness? What follows is a small but hopefully useful set of rules that will help you and your office to avoid these extremes and create a pleasant holiday work environment that is neither flamboyant nor desolate. Holiday office decorations can and do reach a happy middle ground-it just takes a little bit of work and perception to get there.
Have Holiday Office Decorations That Are Holiday-Neutral
With holiday office decorating, it is important to remember that everyone in the workplace comes from various cultural backgrounds, and so a preference for one set of holiday colors over another is not likely to resonate with everyone (which is who the holidays ought to be about anyway). You may consider selecting a color scheme that’s [Read more →]