|Gregory Milner M.Ed is the third generation of a well-known floristry family. As principal of Marjorie Milner College, national judge, floristry author, international demonstrator and President of the Australian Association of Floral Designers, Gregory ensures standards are maintained throughout the industry. Gregory writes every issue for the Australian Flower Industry Magazine on topics relating to professional floristry – skills, training, sales and retail methods – based on his years of experience.
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|Bettina Gollnow is the Communications & Extension Manager with WildFlowers Australia and the principal investigator conducting the wildflower industry capacity building and communications projects supported by WildFlowers Australia and the Rural Industries Research & Development Corporation.|
|Nicki Christensen is a fourth-generation flower industry operative and the owner of Christensen’s Flower Auction in Brisbane. Now retired from the day-to-day business, he is utilising his industry knowledge to guide businesses in an ever-changing world in his new role as The flowerPRENEUR. Nicki is currently developing an online course and book to outline the key steps for elevating a flower business to become a market leader in the industry. Visit the website to add your name to the pre-release invitation list.
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|Terry Johnson has more than 30 years’ experience in the floral industry, including a position as marketing and sales manager of a large Pacific Northwest wholesale florist. He later held various management positions with a national floral printing and supply company. Terry was instrumental in the successful development of picture tags for nursery products and later served as National Sales Manager for their supermarket division managing sales of value-added decorative flower and plant packaging.|