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Good News For All New Zealand Florists

Wed 9 November 2005

More Orders, New Exciting Membership Options And Cheaper International Delivery Rates Now Available For All New Zealand Florists!

New Zealand florists can now signup to a new relay/wire service to receive more orders on a fair-trading basis, trade via flexible options that suit them, and to enjoy cheaper international delivery rates following recent launch into New Zealand by the award-winning relay service Petals Network.

Winner of many prestigious business awards during their past 14 years of operation in Australia and finalist in the National Small Business Awards this year, Petals Network has an established and proven relationship with their florists and customers throughout Australia, the United Kingdom and the rest of the world…. a relationship that is based on good service, sensible prices and helpful innovation. The invitation to become part of this relationship has now been extended to all New Zealand florists.

“We’re currently signing up florists right across New Zealand…. and so far the results have been very impressive. Petals Network is able to offer orders to florists on a fair-trading basis, so there are no ‘old boy’ networks to worry about with us… for every order a florist sends to Petals, we’ll try to send them one back!”, confirmed Petals Network CEO Scott Williams.

Petals Network is also able to offer New Zealand florists cheaper international delivery rates for all outbound orders to Australia, and the United Kingdom. These cheaper delivery rates are available because Petals has its own network of Petals florists throughout these countries…. something that other services are not able to offer.

“Cheaper international delivery rates can make a big difference to a florist’s bottom line”, commented Mr Williams. “Rates are typically the flower value plus anything up to $20 for deliveries. Petals offers deliveries within our own Network of flower value plus $5 only!”.

Another helpful innovation provided by Petals Network is the ability for florists to choose how they wish to trade with Petals. This involves everything from how orders are sent and received, how they wish to pay Petals, and how they wish to be paid by Petals. Florists can also ‘test drive’ Petals Network at no obligation or financial risk to their business.

For more information on how florists can become involved with Petals Network, view their website www.petalsnetwork.co.nz, www.petalsnet.com/florists/nz.html, or contact Petals on freecall 0800 565 200

New Zealand Affiliates can join the Petals Affiliate Program and earn excellent commission rates on each sale through their site. For more information, view www.petalsnet.com/affiliates.htm

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