Kabloom Franchise Business Opportunity
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KaBloom, the nation's fastest growing floral retailer, has now opened its doors to franchising. Looking to expand its presence beyond New England, KaBloom is rolling out a franchise program offering single and multi-unit agreements for new and existing stores.
Capitalizing on a growing market
Flowers can brighten any room and warm every heart. But, until KaBloom, buying flowers was largely reserved for "special" occasions. It was the vision of two men, Thomas G. Stemberg and David Hartstein who wanted to bring a little European lifestyle to America, that created KaBloom.
Patterned on the European concept of fresh flower markets where people buy cut stems for themselves -"for no reason", KaBloom offers Americans the chance to add the power of flowers to their lives- everyday.
And, Americans have quickly embraced this touch of Europe. What started as a single flower shop in December of 1998, has blossomed and has gone through a number of exciting periods of growth, becoming the nation's fastest growing floral retailer. In May of 1999 KaBloom opened one of the largest floral distribution centers in the United States in Woburn Massachusetts. And, in October of 2001 KaBloom responded to those who asked to share in KaBloom's success, by creating a franchise program. Today, the KaBloom name has grown and is seen in over 100 outlets across America.
Success is no surprise
Given the track record of the company's co-founders, Thomas G. Stemberg and David Hartstein, KaBloom's success is no surprise. Their "green thumb" in business is legendary. Thomas G. Stemberg, the Chairman and CEO of Staples, Inc., pioneered the deep discount office supply industry. David Hartstein, KaBloom's President and CEO, co-founded Super Office, the first office superstore chain in Israel. He returned to the United States in the summer of 1997 to begin the development of KaBloom.
Realize your goals through franchising
If your goal is to build a successful business for yourself, you may be closer than you realize. You don't have to be a horticulturist or a floral designer to become a KaBloom franchisee. All you need is a passion for flowers and the desire to operate a retail, customer-focused business.
A brand with high consumer recognition, a product with strong consumer demand offered in a uniquely inviting atmosphere, and enticing, effective marketing programs are all part of our franchise package. Our stores are managed according to a tested system and we teach that system to our franchisees.