Mercury Man meets Loose Women’s Andrea McLean!

by Charlotte.Barnes on March 16, 2012

Andrea McLean (Loose Women) promotes Mother's DayInterflora’s Mercury Man has been out and about in London this week, delivering flowers and spreading the message of Mother’s Day. On Thursday (March 15th) he teamed up with Loose Women presenter Andrea McLean and toured radio stations to talk about Interflora flowers and the Mother’s Day research we’ve recently conducted.

Read on to see some of the results of our research and also some great pictures of Andrea and Mercury Man! Read more >>

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Survey results: Chocolate tops 2012 quit list (with infographic)

by Charlotte.Barnes on January 18, 2012

More people would like to cut down on or give up chocolate than smoking this year, according to the Interflora New Year’s Resolution Survey.

While nine per cent of people in the survey said that quitting smoking was their New Year’s resolution, more people said they will be cutting out or cutting down on their chocolate intake, with 10 per cent resolving to do so in 2012. Read more >>

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Interflora delighted with European Court ruling

by Ann Bampton on September 22, 2011

Interflora logoInterflora is delighted by the judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union which today ruled in their favour. This ruling will enable brand holders across Europe to deliver quality service and ensure that trade marks guarantee the origin of the goods bought by consumers online. Keyword advertising is a very powerful tool and so it is vital for consumer protection that internet search results take consumers immediately to the brands they were
looking for. Read more >>

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Interflora recreates exhibit at Leeds care home (with vid)

by Charlotte.Barnes on August 4, 2011

You may remember the competition we ran during the RHS Chelsea Flower Show to win one of the floral doorways that made up part of David Denyer’s “A Sense of Perspective” exhibit.

The exhibit went on to win a Gold Medal at the show. It consisted of nine doorways, each seven feet high, all decorated with different flowers. The idea was that you saw something
different from every angle.
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