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Fruity Bouquet Licence Opportunity Piloted In Bristol
A business woman from South Wales is offering people in Bristol a kick start towards a new career or to supplement their income.
Jan Holmes , who recently launched a Fruity Bouquet training programme across the UK, is planning to launch a licence opportunity in the city over the coming months.
Fruity Bouquets R US was set up four years ago by Jan and today is a successful business specialising in making bespoke gifts using fruit and chocolate to create bouquets, gifts boxes, towers, palm trees, sweet trees, sweet carts and more.
Fruity Bouquets was born when Jan attempted to bring flowers to her mother in hospital, but was told by the nurses that flowers were no longer permitted on hospital wards. Disappointed by this, Jan tried to think of something she could give to her mum that would be just as aesthetically pleasing as flowers, and that night created her very first fruity bouquet. After making them regularly for family and friends, Fruity Bouquets has grown and developed in to a thriving business operating across South Wales.
Following the success of her business, Jan has now launched a Fruity Bouquets training venture; offering a selection of online and personal training courses designed to teach all the knowledge and skills required to make fruity bouquets . The training courses are suitable for anyone who is looking for a new hobby or to set up in business.
Says Jan, “The economic climate is very tough at the moment, with many people struggling to find work. We have proved through the Fruity Bouquets R Us business model that this formula works, even during a recession. So through the Fruity Bouquets training programme we provide a flexible way for people to become self-employed or to earn extra income around their regular job and even to simply enjoy a new hobby to keep them busy.
“I’m keen to share everything I’ve learned myself from making the bouquets to how to run a business. I’ve already started the one-to-one training sessions and sales of the on-line modules are soaring.
“The next step is to identify people across the UK who may be interested in taking up the opportunity to work under the Fruity Bouquets R Us brand through a licence agreement. So we’re piloting this concept in Bristol to start with. Once we’ve secured our first licensee, then we will extend this opportunity to other key cities and towns in the UK, and ultimately overseas.”