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The Floral Marketing Fund (FMF) represents a community of floral industry organizations and leaders collaboratively supporting and funding floral marketing efforts, consumer research, and promoting the emotional wellness and health benefits to increase consumer consumption of flowers and plants.  

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Industry growth depends on a better understanding of both floral and non-floral buying consumers. Supporting the FMF helps fund learning that allows us to gain from both broad and actionable insight. Carlos A. Oramas The Gems Group

 

 

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The Floral Marketing Fund is able to provide marketing and research efforts to the industry as FREE resources & reports because of generous contributions from floral industry organizations. Make a contribution to the Floral Marketing Fund TODAY to ensure funding and research for the future!

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The American Floral Endowment (AFE) established the Floral Marketing Fund in 2008 to conduct consumer market research to promote floral consumption. AFE also provides scientific research for the floral industry, administers educational grants, scholarships, internships, and other floriculture programs.

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FMF NEWS


Funeral Directors and Flowers Report

Funeral Directors and Flowers Report

New Report Released  You must register and log in to access all FMRF Reports  A guide to floral tributes in funeral services, consumers' reactions, and feedback to improve relationships between floral retailers and funeral directors. The downloadable FREE report...

FMRF Study Identifies Floral Purchasing Barriers

FMRF Study Identifies Floral Purchasing Barriers

The FMRF conducted a study to provide new data about the barriers to and motivations for purchasing flowers. The study focuses on consumers who have not purchased fresh flowers in the past 12 months and provides insight about what could capture new customers. “As a...

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