Cavemen expressed themselves by drawing etchings on rock walls, advancing civilizations made curious marks on clay tablets to record their thoughts and instructions, noblemen sent their important directives by carrier pigeon and the Pony Express carried heartfelt epistles into the Wild West. All throughout history, sending messages has been an important part of society. How could it have been any other way? As long as people have something to say, they’ll be looking for new and innovative ways to express themselves.
With the advances in technology that have appeared in the last few years, communicating is moving forward at warp speed. Within the last few decades the mobile phone idea has moved from the suitcase sized car phone concept to a craze that puts a tiny hand held phone, or in most cases a virtual computer that makes phone calls, in the hands of almost everyone, young and old. Cell phones have become a standard that everyone lives by.
But crazy as it sounds, there’s still room for a healthy appreciation of a way of communication that isn’t the standard – something that not everyone and their brother have done a trillion times. What could this be – you ask? Well, listen and learn.
A company by the name of <a href=http://www.speakingroses.com>Speaking Roses</a>, which ten years ago patented the process for printing on live, fresh flowers, has not only given the world the ability to put anything from a marriage proposal to an advertisement on the petal of a rose, but has recently raised the bar in the world of innovative ways to communicate.
They have merged technology with communication forever by creating Video Flowers – flowers that have true-to-life video messages embedded right into their petals. This can be done to live or silk flowers, and the videos can be viewed by simply holding the imprinted flower in front of a webcam or smartphone. This technology promises to change communication, and the floral industry, forever.
Speaking Roses has gained widespread attention from Hollywood, as celebrities like Tom Cruise, Movie Director Alan Alda, Barbara Walters, and Janet Jackson, among many, many others, have used this unique product. It has also been used at prestigious events like Miss America, the Oscar Nominations, the Grammy Awards, the Kentucky Derby, The Rose Bowl and even used in some soap operas in other countries.
Speaking Roses products have been featured in more than 30 programs in the United States like Good Morning America, E Entertainment, Extra, Access Hollywood, Ellen DeGeneres Show, and many others around the world, and also in over 100 publications globally in newspapers and magazines like Forbes, Wall Street Journal, Inc. Magazine, In Touch Magazine and People Magazine.
Speaking Roses is already in over 30 countries and is projected to be in over 100 countries in less than 5 years. Entrepreneurs can get in on this ground breaking opportunity and change the way the world views communication.
If this sounds like an idea you’d like to take a look at, check out www.speakingroses.com today.