The Edu Center team was extremely delighted to have the chance to meet the Chief Minister at the grand opening of Bloom Bazar. Their presence added to the excitement of the event, showcasing the importance of education and community engagement in conjunction with the flourishing floriculture industry. This interaction highlighted the collaborative spirit of the event, where diverse sectors come together to celebrate the vibrant culture and economic opportunities of Nagaland.
Bloom Bazaar, an initiative by the Investment & Development Authority of Nagaland (IDAN), will kick off at The Heritage in Kohima, offering a platform to boost the floriculture industry. The weekly bazaar, held on Fridays and Saturdays for 30 weeks, aims to support local florists and promote the love for flowers in Nagaland. The Nagaland chief minister will formally launch the event, which also features local entrepreneurs, musicians, and government department stalls. IDAN plans to facilitate a floriculture scheme to assist “green-preneurs” in expanding their flower businesses and aims to promote Nagaland’s flowers in national and international markets. The marketplace will provide employment opportunities, highlighting the Naga way of life. Home delivery of flowers and plants will be available during market hours.