Lisa Scott new franchisee Floral Image, Edinburgh

Having had several successful businesses, the most recent being in property management, Lisa was seeking her latest challenge when she discovered Floral Image. Impressed with the information she had found about the company and opportunity Lisa made the decision to travel to Hove to meet the team at Floral Image and, for her just as important, to see the displays with her own eyes:

“I had seen ‘life-like’ flowers before and was every unimpressed” said Lisa “however when I saw the very fist Floral Image display I knew that the Floral Image concept would work for me and would appeal to businesses”. They are so high quality – just like the real thing except they don’t need watering.

Having done the rest of her checks and had her business plan approved Lisa decided to join the expanding Floral Image. 

Lisa has just completed her training Lisa and is pictured taking delivery of her distinctive Floral Image

“Next week the Floral Image team and I will be out demonstrating Floral Image displays to potential clients in Edinburgh – I can’t wait” she laughed.


For more information about Floral Image and our unique business please get in touch.

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