Yodel make customers daisys as flower deliveries surge

By Lauren Fruncillo February 18, 2021 - 7:07 pm

This Valentine’s day Yodel saw flower deliveries surge 77% YoY. Whilst helping to spread the love, Yodel ended up delivering more than 220,000 flowers to customers up from 124,000 flower deliveries last year and with Mother’s day around the corner, the flower frenzy is set to continue.

“With Valentine’s Day looking very different for people across the country, we saw thousands of new customers embrace digital shopping and opt for online flower deliveries for the first time this year.

“The whole Yodel family played a big part in surprising people with bouquets on their doorsteps on the special day. We’re grateful to our clients for their collaborative support in planning for this bumper year to ensure it ran smoothly.”
– Mike Hancox, CEO, Yodel

Alongside upgrading its infrastructure, Yodel has invested heavily in its people, and the average weekly flower volumes handled by the specialist teams have seen an exponential 300% rise over the past 12 months, showing that flowers are the go to, feel good gift for any occasion during the pandemic.

With their continuously adapting capabilities Yodel are always ready to safely deliver floral works of art to customers across the nation. If you have a product which requires specialist handling capabilities, speak to Yodel as they may well be in a position to help.

“Valentine’s Day is one of our most crucial times at Euroflorist. This Valentine’s Day we had a really successful relationship with Yodel, and they helped us grow our business by over 60% year on year.”
– Paul Isaia, UK & Ireland Regional Director, Euroflorist

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