Feb 18, 2018

A Better Florist CEO responds to flak, says can do better

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On Feb. 15, we shared a story about A Better Florist’s second Valentine’s Day Flak.

We reached out to Steve Feiner, CEO of A Better Florist who explained to us what happened this Valentine’s Day.

 

What’s “Her Flowers”?

On their Facebook page, there were several complaints about Her Flowers, another local florist.

 

Feiner confirmed that Her Flowers is indeed affiliated to A Better Florist, but with a different management and goals.

“A Better Florist strives to deliver the best bouquet at a fair price, while Her Flowers wishes to deliver a unique bouquet especially for that special person in your life.”

Painful but valuable learning experience in 2017

 

According to Feiner, the company disappointed a lot of customers in 2017 and “certainly did not take that lightly”.

 

“I remember personally calling hundreds of people and apologising to countless recipients.”

 

From last year’s experience, they learnt three things: To deliver, to be responsive and to be honest, clear and transparent.

 

However, these lessons weren’t so apparent to about 17 customers whose deliveries were attempted but failed.

 

More at https://mothership.sg/2018/02/a-better-florist-ceo-valentines-day-response/

Feb 18, 2018

At least they strive to be better, and didn't threaten to sue the pants off customers unlike some pathetic ice-cream shop in Orchard road.

Feb 18, 2018

Seriously dude, you can't even properly run one flower shop and you went on to open another????

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