Update : August 2nd
Our Social Media for Florists workshop on October 1st has now sold out. We’re planning on holding our next one in the spring. If you would like to be on the waiting list, please send me an email and I’ll make sure that you’re the first to know, before we announce the new date online! My email address is rona [at] flowerona [dot] com.
Due to the wonderful feedback which we received from our delegates about our first ‘Social Media for Florists’ workshop earlier this month, my co-host Fiona Humberstone and I are delighted to be holding the next workshop on Wednesday, 1st October. It will be taking place at the same venue, Brixton east in London.
I mentioned the new date briefly on Flowerona last week and already over 50% of the places have been sold! Here are all the details:
And just in case you’ve not seen my blog posts about the July workshop, here are the links below:
- Social Media for Florists workshop – London, 1st July : Part 1 – Content
- Social Media for Florists workshop – London, 1st July : Part 2 – Styling & Food
- Social Media for Florists workshop – London, 1st July : Part 3 – The Goody Bag
Places will be strictly limited to 22 delegates.
P.S. Update August 2nd – I will open up a separate waiting list in case places become available on this workshop on October 1st. Simply send me an email, if you’d like to be added.
WORKSHOP TERMS AND CONDITIONS
I’m confident that you’ll love the workshop you’ve booked but it’s important that we outline what we both agree to, so we both know what’s what.
In this contract you won’t find any complicated legal terms or long passages of unreadable text. In short, you’re hiring me to deliver a workshop as outlined in the workshop title and description. Of course, it’s a little more complicated, but we’ll get to that.
WHAT DO BOTH PARTIES AGREE TO DO?
You: You have the authority to enter into this contract on behalf of yourself, your company or your organisation. You’ll arrive at the venue in good time, participate fully in the exercises and let me know if you need help with anything. You’ll also advise me of any dietary requirements at the time of your booking and speak with our chef if you need advice on whether you can eat any of the dishes if you’re unsure.
Me: I have the experience and ability to deliver everything I’ve set out in the workshop description. I will be generous with my knowledge and inspire you to improve your current practices.
GETTING DOWN TO THE NITTY GRITTY
I have planned exercises and will share experiences to ensure that you leave the class with the takeaways I promise in the workshop description. You know your business better than anyone, and whilst I can share my knowledge with you and help you move forwards, you must be responsible for the commercial decisions you take. It’s down to you to ensure that you implement what you have learned and also make sure that you tailor what you learn for the unique situation your business is in.
Your workshop fee includes hands-on help on the day and two weeks of follow up support of up to half an hour. If you would like extra help and support, I’ll be glad to provide you with a separate estimate for my consultancy service.
I realise that very, very occasionally you may need to cancel your place. If you notify me four weeks or more before the workshop, you may send a friend or colleague in your place, transfer to a later course or receive a refund.
Less than four weeks before the event, you may either transfer to a later workshop or send a friend or colleague in your place. You are responsible for providing me with changes in dietary requirements and also for ensuring that all joining instructions are forwarded on to your friend.
No transfers can be made within 48 hours of the workshop.
Should I need to cancel the workshop, you will be either able to transfer your place to another workshop or receive a full refund.
I will always deliver to the best of my ability but I can’t be liable to you or any third-party for damages, including lost profits, lost savings or other incidental, consequential or special damages, even if you’ve advised me of them. Any liability is strictly limited to the price you paid for the workshop. Finally, if any provision of this contract shall be unlawful, void, or for any reason unenforceable, then that provision shall be deemed severable from this contract and shall not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining provisions.
COPYRIGHT AND IP
The process, knowledge and all materials that I share with you are owned by me. They may not be reproduced, rebranded or resold in any way.
You may not, under any circumstances, repackage or pass off this methodology as your own. Nor may you use it to for your own workshops or books.
I love to share what I’ve been working on with other people, so I reserve the right to take photographs of the day and showcase this workshop on websites, in magazine articles and in books. If you do not wish to be featured in the photographs, please let me know on the day.
BUT WHERE’S ALL THE HORRIBLE SMALL PRINT?
Just like a parking ticket, you can’t transfer this contract to anyone else without my permission. This contract stays in place and need not be renewed. If for some reason one part of this contract becomes invalid or unenforceable, the remaining parts of it remain in place.
Although the language is simple, the intentions are serious and this contract is a legal document under exclusive jurisdiction of English and Welsh courts.
By completing and paying for your order you agree to be bound by the workshop terms and conditions.
(Images : Katie Spicer Photography)