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Cali De Fleurs blooms as newest Quezon City flower shop

Many businesses closed shops amid the pandemic, with the wellness sector being one of the most affected industries. One of these businesses is DermAsia Elite Timog—a skin care clinic owned and operated by O&C Salon.

Cali De Fleurs’ Dried & Preserved Flower Shop along Timog Ave., Quezon City
While most proprietors would lose hope, O&C Salon owners held on to their faith that, one day, a new venture would blossom and give them a fresh start. This is when Cali de Fleurs started to bloom under their turf—a flower shop situated at the heart of Quezon City.

For many years, flowers have been known to be one of the best ways to express one’s feelings toward other people. In the current situation, people have become more conscious on how others mean to them. Hence, the flower business continues to flourish despite the many threats in the economy.

With this in mind, Cali de Fleurs made sure they are ready for the new normal. By establishing a strong e-commerce marketing strategy, the flower shop initiated online transactions to kickstart the business. The number of supporters and the warm welcome of new patrons inspired them to set up a showroom that features their best creations.

Today, Cali de Fleurs is fully operational with an active showroom that showcases best works of art, while maintaining the city's safety guidelines in operating a business.

Cali de Fleurs showroom is at Ushio Plaza 1 Building beside DermAsia Elite Skin Care Clinic along Timog Ave. corner Scout Torillo. 

Cali de Fleurs is a testament that despite the storms and floods along the way, there is hope on the horizon.

 

Topics: DermAsia Elite Timog , Cali de Fleurs , flower shop , Quezon City
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