Frequently Asked Questions
What is the importance of a contract in the post contract phase of a floral business?
In the post-contract phase of a floral business, the importance of a contract cannot be overstated. A contract is a legally binding document that outlines all the details discussed during the initial consultation and proposal stages. It sets the legal boundaries for how the florist and the client will work together, including the services to be provided and the timeframe for delivery. The contract is the legal tool that ensures both parties adhere to the agreed-upon terms and conditions. It is more than just a selling tool like the proposal; it is the document that legally binds the client and the florist to their respective responsibilities. For instance, if a florist agrees to provide certain flowers and rental items for a wedding, these details should be clearly stated in the contract. In some cases, a hybrid document may be used, especially when the service or product is not very detailed or the florist will not be involved in the creative process. This is often referred to as a Banquet Event Order (BEO) by caterers and planners.
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