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Kenya Flower Council to hold quarterly meetings

April 7,2017, Nairobi. The Kenya Flower Council is set to host a series of quarterly meetings throughout the year with its producer members as it seeks to keep tabs on the industry and engage with the players.

The forums target chief executives, farm auditors, marketing and human resource managers.
For the first quarter, the meetings will run between April 24 to May 5, 2017 in Naivasha, Nairobi and Mt Kenya, the prime flower growing zones.

The umbrella body of flower growers in the country currently has 102 producer members who are involved in production of flowers and ornamentals and 80 associate members specializing in the business of supplying various products and services to the industry.

Below is a schedule of the planned meetings for the first quarter.

Nairobi- Golden Tulip Hotel – HRs,Farm Auditors and Marketing Managers Monday,April 24, 2017
Chief Executives (CEOs) Tuesday,April 25, 2017

Naivasha- – HRs,Farm Auditors and Marketing Managers Wednesday,April 26, 2017
Chief Executives (CEOs) Thursday,April 27, 2017

Mt.Kenya- – HRs, Farm Auditors and Marketing Managers Thursday, May 4, 2017
Chief Executives (CEOs) Friday, May 5, 2017

For further information,
Winnie Muya, Communication Office, Kenya Flower Council,

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