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Below in the newsletter, you’ll find my five initial takeaways from Hall of Flowers.

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Five takeaways from Hall of Flowers

Hall of Flowers, September 2019, Santa Rosa, CA

Beloved for its pro-consumption ambiance and very cheap product samples, the Hall of Flowers conference rocked up in Palm Springs this week. More than most trade shows, it’s a forum for brands to try and impress buyers in the ultra-competitive California market. With hundreds of companies strutting their stuff, it’s not easy to generalize. But it still offered some clues as to where the market is going: 

Five takeaways from Hall of Flowers.

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