Organizzazione Orlandelli is pleased to bring to your attention one of the most detailed and specific market researches of the Garden center industry. Reading this market research you can get important information that will help you stay one step ahead of the market.
The Trends of the Garden Sector are a first great starting point for planning a 2021 in the name of a restart!
Garden Media Group’s 19th Garden Trend Report predicts the green industry will be at the forefront of urban growth and development in 2020 and beyond.
2022 is going to be the year of Renewal thanks to the new Headquarter and Website
The preparations for the 5° Global DIY Summit to be held in Berlin the 8 and 9 June, has started. The global Conference brings together 850 top managers from 50 different countries.
After a first preview of the Garden Trends 2020, Organizzazione Orlandelli proposes a second extract
The report to find out how the Garden Center can take advantage of the trends and use them to attract more customers
Based on the experience in the design of exhibition layouts, from Garden Centers to large retailers, from Nurseries to Floral Shops, we have synthesized some concepts that can be replicated in any store.
Despite the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic were felt by our industry, floriculture suffered much less than other sectors which saw their revenues cut significantly.
After the first excerpt from the Garden Trends Report 2018, Organizzazione Orlandelli is pleased to present the second part that completes the presentation of this important publication by Garden Media Group.
The 2022 Garden Trends Report offer useful data, advice and experiences to better plan the work for the coming year. The third part focuses on the fight to save endangered plants and on the sale of flowers on demand.
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With the pandemic the sale of plants and flowers has reached very high levels and that because there was a significant increase of private gardening, balconies included.
Organizzazione Orlandelli was present at the Flower Trials and thanks to the cooperation and agreement with Syngenta, the world's leading breeders, we developed the concept "Your Garden Center": an exhibition idea on how to organize the retail space dedicated to potted plants and flowers, being it in a Garden Center, agricultural environment, in a shopping mall or a DIY Centre.
The appointment with Garden Trends is back.
Organizzazione Orlandelli offers to its customers and partners a third an final part of the report with new trends to discover!
The 2022 Garden Trends Report offer useful data, advice and experiences to better plan the work for the coming year. The second part focuses on new gardening enthusiasts and on the division of their green spaces.
The 2022 Garden Trends Report offer useful data, advice and experiences to better plan the work for the coming year. One keyword: Innovation.
Today, more than before, In the increasingly competitive market, to develop your own identity in the physical store is the strategically factor to succeed.
Merry Christmas and best wishes for a better 2021 from Organizzazione Orlandelli
Our business, the Floriculture, is characterized by seasonality and that’s very true. I wonder in what way the sale in the peak season is determined by our influence and in what way, with a different approach; can –substantially- be improved in the "low season".
Organizzazione Orlandelli recently supervised the restyling of the indoor and outdoor area of the Sodimac new do-it-yourself centers recently opened in Mexico.
Facilitating the operation of the workers and the usability of the spaces, making it intuitive to display the plants according to their heights, was the mission set for the do-it-yourself Bau Center in Krasnodar, Russia
Capitalizing on new trends, Turner embraces the Garden Center of the Future concept to meet the tastes of new generations of gardeners
The new display concept of Ala30 allows you to better display seasonal plants and flowers in the outdoor area.