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In a mission to spread happiness and bring smiles to people in Singapore, our team decided to hit the road to give out free stalks of happy flowers every month. Our first activation was in September 2018, where we collaborated with Coffee Bandits to give away flowers at Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF)…
This Mother’s Day, getting your mom (or wife or grandma or aunt) a rainbow baby’s breath bunch is pretty much a must. If you are pressed for time or don’t have time to look for flower shop nearby, don’t sweat because online florists like Happy Bunch make it simple and convenient for you to just order flowers online.
You can’t really go wrong with flowers on Mother’s day, can you? Besides celebrating the superwoman of your life, why not celebrate the other important women of your life as well? Be it for your wife who bore your kids for 9 months, your grandma, aunt, sister, best friend, or even your colleagues. It doesn’t really hurt to go the extra mile and send fresh flowers to them on Mother’s Day. Who doesn’t love a little sweet surprise, just because?
This Mother’s Day, Happy Bunch will be reciprocating all that love because no matter where we go in life, we should never forget that without that one very special lady, we’d be nothing. Honouring mothers one day a year hardly seems sufficient. Which is why this celebration is extra special as Happy Bunch will be delivering not just on Monday to Friday, but over the weekend as well.
On Friday 16 March 2018, our Co-Founder & COO, Beh Lee Yen, sat on a panel discussion at Last Mile Fulfilment Asia 2018 to discuss about rising consumer expectations and how on-demand delivery providers such as Carpal allow Happy Bunch to deliver flowers affordably and offer the best customer experience in Singapore.
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