Floramedia release new product guide

Floramedia has released a new Retail Product Guide to its point of sale and retail products designed to inform and inspire garden centre customers.
MD Nick Mathias said: "We thought it would be beneficial to the retail industry if we produced a guide purely for them. This way they can view products that we have designed for them and not other industries.
"We’ve laid out the guide by merchandising categories and seasonal themes, so it is easy to see what is available for the different sections of the Planteria and garden shop.
"We have thousands of bed cards, posters, banners, bench wraps and labels available all year round. We show a selection of them in the Retail Product Guide but for the full listing people can visit www.floramedia-webshop.co.uk.

"The guide shows retailers our stock product but we can also create bespoke point of sale. Floramedia is made up of committed professionals with extensive expertise and knowledge of horticultural print, creative design and garden centre retailing.
"We draw on these skills to provide the best and most effective products, sales and marketing support to garden centres and retailers in the UK."

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