Happy Bunch was created with the notion that gifting flowers should be a simple process to put some happiness in someone's day. Basically, the team behind Happy Bunch are all for flowers, just because.
Joanne Ho, the co-founder of Happy Bunch believes that giving flowers for any reason or no reason at all is the key to brighten up your loved ones' day. This beats the traditional notion of only sending flowers for special 'big' occasions like birthdays, a new birth or anniversaries.
Together with her primary school mate Lee Yee Beh, who she has known for 30 years, Ho founded Happy Bunch, a florist startup with a difference.
The team at Happy Bunch specially curates one beautiful bunch of flowers each day, and that "happy bunch" will get delivered for an affordable RM42, and the price increases depending on your subscription plan and the size of the bouquets. You can opt for a one-time delivery services, or subscribe to either a weekly, biweekly or monthly plan.
According to Joanne, the team sources their flowers from all over the world, like Cameron Highlands, Holland, China, New Zealand, India, and Thailand. In terms of packaging, the environmentalist in me likes the usage of gunny sacks as the floral packaging which is a nice change from the usual plastic flower sleeves that we normally see.
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