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Existing florist businesses are already established and have processes and systems in place that can make it easier than starting from scratch. In order to buy a florist you should register for alerts so you are notified when a new business is listed. You can then make contact with the seller and request more information. Usually the seller or broker will ask you to complete an NDA to ensure the confidentiality of the business. Buying a florist requires professional advice during the process to ensure the due diligence is conducted properly.
 

A good florist should be well established and have solid systems in place. Depending on how the florist is set-up and whether it is reliant upon foot-traffic, marketing or wholesale, the florist should be generating a good profit for the owner. The branding and marketing of a florist is important. How the business is presented, the freshness of flowers, the packaging, the add-on products such as candles, the staff and customer relationships are all important to the success of the business. Finding a good florist will have a lot to do with evaluating the business from the outside and looking at financials. 
 

Florists obviously sell flowers and other gift style products such as candles, photos frames and toys. The type of florist is more about the type of clients they work with and where they are located. Some florists are within major shopping centers and rely on heavy foot-traffic, others may be located in a warehouse and rely on their online store to generate sales, another may be a wedding florist that only supplies special events. When looking to buy a flower shop you should consider the type of clients you want to work with. 



 

A retail florist business is suitable to people who love flowers and have good customer relationship skills. A buyer should have a good understanding of management and marketing as a florist relies on multiple sales over time. Ensuring the business is well branded and delivering on customer expectations will be a driving factor to the businesses success. If you are a qualified florist or design flower bouquets it could be a good business to purchase as you have a solid understanding of the flowers, the seasons and how to relate to customers. 
 

Florists or flower shops are appraised based on a multiple of the net profit to the owner with some market predictions. The determining factor is usually, what will the market pay for this business based on similar sales. Obviously with florists there is stock involved, so there is usually a +SAV (plus stock at value) on the price or it may be WIWO (walk in walk out). It is important to obtain professional advice when buying a florist as it can be a large investment and you want to be sure you know what you are agreeing to when purchasing. It is important to conduct proper due diligence. 
 

Buying a flower shop will allow a florist to apply their skills and knowledge to see the business develop. As the owner you will have the opportunity to earn more income and apply your creative style. 
 

A florist makes money by selling flowers individually, in a bunch or as a floral arrangement. They may also sell other gift related products such as candles, chocolates and teddy bears. Depending on the setup of the florist, they may have a regular client base such as supplying flowers to an office space or they may be relying on generating new clients daily.

The best way to keep track of new business opportunities is to save your search result. You will be notified as soon as a new florist or flower shop is listed for sale.  
 

Selling a florist or flower business requires preparation. Having a solid exit strategy will mean your florist is ready for sale and has a greater chance of achieving an optimum price. It’s important to be prepared for the sales journey as it usually takes around 6-9 months to sell a business in Australia. Check out Bsales 6 steps to prepare a business for sale which will provide you a checklist and a general step by step guide. Business brokers are licensed professionals who can assist with the sale of your business and market it on websites such as Bsale. Check out the Find a Business Broker section to locate a suitable broker for your business. Bsale also offers advertising direct to business owners. 


 

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