As part of its gradual expansion outside of the UAE, Bliss Flower Boutique is launching its first store in Qatar—in the Al Rayyan district of Doha.
Co-founder and creative director of Bliss Flower Boutique, Abbey Dean, said: “We are so thankful to our clients in the UAE for their continuous loyalty and support over the past 14 years and we could not be more thrilled to be launching in Qatar this year, especially during such an important time for our region when global events will take centre stage.
“We are extremely proud to have an amazing team that brings their passion to work each and every day and we look forward to delivering the same standards of quality and consistency to our new customers in the region.”
This May, Bliss Flower opened a boutique in the Al Mohammadiyyah district in Riyadh—its first location outside of the UAE- to consolidate its influence in Saudi Arabia. The company also announced that their Qatar’s Bliss boutique would operate through a digital platform.
The new location will provide the same range of services such as a team of florists on-site and personalised floral arrangements which come with installations for the corporate environment, private parties, events and weekly contract flowers.
Since its inception in 2008, Bliss Flower Boutique has become one of the UAE’s go-to flower destinations.
Today, the company operates 11 locations in total across Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Ras Al Khaimah.
According to ReportLinker research, the cut flowers market in the Mena region was expected to grow from $ 1,531.64 million in 2019 to $ 1,972.69 million by 2027. It is estimated to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 3.5 per cent till 2027. The surging demand is attributed to the use rising use of cut flowers for decorative purposes.