The global coronavirus pandemic is affecting people all around the world. The Tropical Flowers Industry once had a rich history, but now it has been decimated… We asked four people in the Tropical Flowers Industry how the virus affected them and how the name Coronavirus is now a trending word on Twitter.
What is the effect of a pandemic on tropical flowers like a name? Here are six of the top reasons, as tweeted by Tropical Flowers Industry’s Managing Editor – Anna Alba. A strong economy: The recession that began in 2008 has led to the deaths of more than 15 million people, and put a big dent in many farmers’ incomes…
The tropical flowers industry is in a difficult position, due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The impact on this industry was drastic: we didn’t know the names of our new flowers. The virus has had a devastating effect on flowers, and we are still mourning the loss of these wonderful names. The loss of names is especially upsetting when you consider the passion of people who worked in the industry before the pandemic, such as Rosea.
Tropical flowers companies have responded to the coronavirus by launching new products to help their customers. Tropical flowers is a company that understands their customer service and understanding these changes can have an amazing outcome.
The new coronavirus affects the global business world. In the past the tropical flower industry has had one of its most exciting names — the ‘Amber Boughs’, a reference to Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’. The name reflects the wealth and class of the person who made the rose, as well as the way this flower symbolizes a prosperous marriage. In the end, however, it represents the wealth, prosperity and success of the person who named the plant.