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BB Podcast Episode 55: Ali Dahlson

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Ali Dahlson

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Today we’re visiting with Ali Dahlson, Marketing Manager at Mayesh Wholesale to discuss:

  • the rich history of Mayesh Wholesale Florist
  • the opportunity that led her back to the family business from a career in interior architecture
  • how her family has expanded the business over the years to include 19 locations in 10 states
  • the dynamics of a successful family-run business
  • upcoming US and International workshop opportunities hosted by Mayesh
  • her strategies for working around distractions
  • her responsibilities as Marketing Manager
  • her thoughts on trends and their importance to wholesalers
  • ways Mayesh will be addressing sustainability this year
  • what sets Mayesh apart from other wholesalers
  • the key to successful social media marketing


Ali Dahlson's grandparents hold their drinks at a celebratory party

Roy & Gerrie Dahlson, Ali’s grandparents, purchased the Mayesh company in 1978.



Ali Dahlson and her father, Pat, stand in a floral studio with a concrete floor and wooden-accented walls

Ali and her dad, Pat Dahlson, CEO of Mayesh



A model bride stands under a thick floral wreath with white roses holding a white bridal bouquet

Mayesh Design Star Workshop Salt Lake City | Design Star: Kaylee Young of by Kay Studio| Tess Comrie Photography


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Co-Hosts: Amy McGee (Botanical Brouhaha) & Maggie Bailey (Bramble & Bee)

BB Podcast Sound Engineer: Landon McGee




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