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plants@work is an independent association that represents all of its members from in and around the Interior Landscaping industry.
 
plants@work (formerly efig) was initially developed by a group of Interior Landscaping companies in 2001, following some negative press coverage of the industry. Frustrated by a lack of means through which to respond to such coverage, the Interior Landscapers decided they would be better heard as a group. They were passionate about their industry and about the work they were doing, and wanted to be able to represent that in a way that could be recognised by the public.
 
The decision to form a representative body was taken, with all members agreeing to work together to protect the reputation of the Interior Landscaping industry, and to promote the work done by Interior Landscapers.
 
They wanted to inform and educate people on the benefits of using plants indoors, whilst also raising the industry standard. 
 
Since that time efig and now plants@work has continually promotes its members and the amazing qualities and benefits of having plants in workspaces whether they are offices, hotels, hospitals or education facilities. 
 
We are in constant contact with the media and other influencers. In recent years social media has also played a wide role in getting these messages out to a wide and varied audience. Social media platforms also play a big role as a networking tool too. 
 
The assocition has worked with various bodies involved in similar or differing areas of the industry including the Flower Council of Holland (The Joy of Plants) and our latest collaboration, BRE on their Biophilic Office Project.
 
Ongoing promotion of members and the benefit of plants is remaining a top priority for plants@work.
 
plants@work is non-profit making organisation, funded solely by subscriptions from plants@work members
 
To become a member of plants@work, click here. To see all plants@work members, click here.

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