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She thought flowers were a waste of money. Until selling them brought in millions
by Parija Kavilanz, CNN Business
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19 November 2018
On 19 November 2018 CNN reported:
Christina Stembel used to think flowers were a waste of money. But when the economy spiraled into a recession, she started seeing things differently. 'I saw a big opportunity,' Stembel says. At the time, she was overseeing alumni relations and events for Stanford University's law school. After taking almost a year to research the industry, Stembel launched her online flower shop, Farmgirl Flowers.
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... the operation remains self-funded. Farmgirl was launched eight years ago with $49,000 of Stembel's own savings. This year, it's expected to log about $23 million in annual revenue -- and it's turning a profit, she says.
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