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Sahid Nahim’s journey as press and tourist: Proflora convention

This year, I had the privilege of being invited as press to the Proflora 2023 convention in Bogotá, Colombia. The anticipation within our team was palpable. Not only was this my first time in Bogotá as a business owner with a booth, but we were invited as press, and treated with exceptional hospitality from the start.

Life often demands that we take a moment to pause and savor the opportunities it presents, even when the journey is exhausting at times. Travels and conventions in different countries provide a unique chance to reconnect with what truly matters. Proflora, being one of the most influential floral shows in the world, has been an exhilarating experience for me.

However, beyond the business aspect, I want to emphasize the richness of Colombia’s culture, the beauty of its nature, and the delight of its cuisine. 

While business is undoubtedly important, I firmly believe that immersing oneself in the cultures of a country, meeting the people responsible for flower production, and witnessing firsthand where these flowers and products originate from are equally significant.

So join me as I give you a tour of Proflora and the amazing country of Colombia, including Bogotá and Medellín. I’ll share my favorite moments from the show as well as my insights into Colombia’s Culture. I’ll also be sure to recommend some of my favorite restaurants and attractions, so you can plan your trip to this incredible country and Proflora 2025.

Fostering Community at Riofrio: Where Care Meets Commerce

In the heart of Colombia’s lush landscape, there exists a remarkable place where bouquets bloom, but so do dreams. Riofrio Bouquets is not just a business; it’s a testament to what can happen when you value both your blossoms and the hands that nurture them. In an industry often marred by labor issues worldwide, Riofrio shines as a beacon of hope and excellence.

Manos que transforman – The Theme of Transformation: Riofrio has embraced the theme of “Manos que Transforman,” Which means, hand that emphasizes the profound impact of labor, not only on the flowers but also on the lives they touch.

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