Ownerpreneurs: Shu's Flower





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Published on Aug 27, 2018

Shuhua Liang started down the road to owning her New York flower shop, Shu’s Flower, as a young girl in China, where some of her fondest memories were of her mother's 2,000-square-foot garden. Now she applies her experience as a florist to running her business. Because like a business, flowers need to be tended to carefully in order to keep them alive and flourishing.

To accomplish this, Liang turns to Clover. She appreciates her Clover hardware for its beautiful design, speed and simplicity. And in a business where timing inventory purchases is critical for success, she also relies on Clover’s inventory management capability to study trends in her own business and make data-driven ordering decisions—especially around holidays when customer volume can scale up quickly. With Clover, Liang can use cutting-edge technology to create a successful independent business. As for the flowers, there’s always her mother’s sage advice: “For some things, the old ways are better.”

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