Young, newly started companies usually are production oriented; do have no management information and no or little market information. During the development process of companies… Read More »Why keep records and calculate a cost price?
Just found this article on flowerweb (dated 8 January 2009): Ugandan flower export earnings have been sapped by the spills of the global financial crisis… Read More »Uganda: Flower Sector May Wilt As Clients Go Bankrupt
Subsequent to the training in Ethiopia, we continued to Kenya and Tanzania to meet and discuss new training activities with the local trade associations (Kenya… Read More »Fair trade flowers at Valentine Growers in Kenya
The production of tropical flowers (mainly Heliconias, Gingers, Strelitzias and Calatheas) and foliage is increasing strongly in Colombia. Most farms have planted or are in the course of expanding their cultivated area. As a result, the supply of tropical flowers has increased strongly over the past few years.Read More »Promotion of exports of tropical flowers and foliage in Colombia
ProVerde regularly elaborates CBI market surveys. The market surveys are distributed to manufacturers, exporters, trade promotion bodies and other interested parties in developing countries world wide. Read More »CBI Market Surveys, Product Surveys and Marketing Guidelines
On the evening of Friday 5 December, a CBI/EHPEA dinner seminar was organised in the new Intercontinental hotel in Addis Ababa. The objective of the… Read More »Dinner seminar “How to make money from export flowers”
ProVerde is currently working on the latest CBI product survey on summer flowers. This survey aims to provide developing-country exporters of summer flowers with product-specific… Read More »Upcoming new CBI product survey summer flowers
EHPEA, the Ethiopian Horticultural Producers and Exporters Association, has recently updated it’s website. A new web page has been created grouping public information readily available… Read More »Market information on the EHPEA website