Klorofyl- Ness

Ness is an eco-florist, she is sourcing and looking to improve the full chain of production of the flowers and other kinds of materials she needs to do her work as a florist. She sources only belgian flowers, and when it is possible she also uses slow and organic flowers (when seasons and weather permit it). Ness also uses dried flowers and does not pack her flowers preparation whenever possible (and if it is requested by the clients she would then only use recycled paper). 

Her shop Klorofyl- Boeket de Fleurs was co-financed by two members of Solifin, Funds For Good and Credal with a Loan of Honor FundsForGood Impact of €4,000 and micro-credit of Credal of €9,300. 

Type de project

Outils financiers


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