The online flower delivery service just launched “Bunches,” bouquets that are far less expensive than its regular selection. While many flower companies on the market will charge upwards of $70 for a bouquet, bunches will go for $38, allowing customers to purchase them more often. CEO David Bladow says these less expensive flowers may become part of a subscription service, so that people can have fresh flowers delivered every two weeks or every month. ES
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