Look around your office. How many colors do you see?
Before I opened Iris & Virgil floral design studio, I worked in many offices, some corporate, some with few windows and some with muted, color palettes. Work day to day got done, but as a business person working the 9-5, M-F, I often experienced lethargy, visual dullness, and as a result began to bring flowers to my desk on a regular basis. Doing this, attracted visitors to my cubicle, warmed up client office visits, and kept my eye sight visually stimulated, in an otherwise muted, colorless office world.
Upon launching my business, one of my earliest and ongoing accounts was a creative agency located in Manhattan, Harley & Co. As they focus on hiring the best creative talent in the industry, and building a book of business specializing in relevant and immersive digital and event work, flowers in the office, were never solely placed to improve the office facade, Alexandra Hall, Harley VP, and Co-Founder shared with me, "They are conversation starters with our team. Every Monday morning we guess what visual floral art could be in store for us this week. The team loves the arrangements and even better when clients visit, we always have a chic display at our meeting table that get people talking. It's good for business and showing our employees that we appreciate them."
The team at Iris & Virgil is ready to stimulate the minds and hearts of more fellow office mates and cool companies.
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