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Eurofleurs

 

Since 1998, Florint organizes the European Championship for Young Florists – also called Eurofleurs. The competition helps to compare the abilities and stimulate the creativity of young floral designers from various countries. It provides these young floral artists with the opportunity to take their first steps on an international stage. As a general rule, Eurofleurs takes place every 4 years.

 

eurofleurs 2017 new 15-18 Sep

Eurofleurs 2017:

The European Championship for Young Florists 2017 was held in Sint-Truiden, Belgium, from 15 to 18 September. Lots and lots of remarkable floristry was on display in the five event areas of the Eurofleurs championship.
 

CLICK HERE to read the official Eurofleurs 2017 wrap-up article, with all the details of what happened as well as photos of the winning designs!

 

Participation:

One young florist from each member country is allowed to take part in the contest. The contestants shall be nominated by the national florist associations that are members of Florint. In exceptional cases, florists from non-member countries may also be permitted entry, if so desired. Applications should be addressed to the Direction Committee of Florint.
 

In countries where more than one member association exists, these associations should either agree on the contestant or jointly organise a competition to decide on one. In countries without a Florint member organisation, the Fleurop-Interflora unit of the concerned country or another organisation of professional florists may apply for a spot. Applications should, once more, be addressed to the Direction Committee of Florint.

Latest Editions:

Eurofleurs 2013 in the beautiful city of Split (Croatia) concluded on September 8 of 2013, with a fantastic win by Norway’s young competitor Elin Susan Havreberg!
 

In 2010 the Eurofleurs competition for young florists took place in Great Britain, during the RHS Tatton Park Flower Show. With 420,5 points Attila Kiss from Hungary took home the first prize of the Eurofleurs European Junior Championship, just before Joe Massie from Great Britain, who scored 420,4. It was the spectacular final of a thrilling competition, with 12 participants from different European countries performing at a very high level.

 
For an overview of the earlier Eurofleurs competitions and their winners, since 1998, please see this document: winners_Eurofleurs_vs_2008

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