The Bouqs works by sending flowers directly from partner farms in Ecuador directly to shoppers’ destinations in the United States without local involvement or a middleman (except for the customs agents who clear the shipments through). Because it works directly with its supply, the company is able to cut stems to order and get its ‘bouqs’ to consumers within four days, fewer than the 10-14 days Tabis says is typical for the competition. While that alone isn’t unique, the has another hat-hanger in its flat pricing model: every arrangement costs a base of $40 dollars regardless of calendar date or flower type.
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