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Summit Salon Business Center

July 10, 2011 | 5:12 PM
Summit Salon Business Center

| 800-718-5949 or 763-478-9787 | [email protected]
Owners: Glenn Baker, Heather Bagby, Michael Cole, Dave Kirby, Randy Kunkel, Sharon Kunkel, Peter Mahoney, Galvin Salsbery and Kristi Valenzuela

Summit Salon Business Center

Summit Salon Salon Business Center (SSBC) helps salon and spa owners by introducing business practices that tap into the hearts of the service providers by increasing their personal income, and therefore the bottom-line of the salon company utilizing our proprietary Summit Level System.

Why we’re different: SSBC is committed to improving the beauty industry “one person at a time” by “passing it on” so that our industry will be strong and prosperous for generations to come.

How we work: Summit Salons are made up of more than 2,500 graduates of SSBC’s cornerstone program, The Summit. SSBC is the world’s largest salon seminar, training and consulting company. We offer in-salon and phone consulting. Prices range between $200 and $2,000 depending on the amount of time and travel. SSBC offers detailed owner/manager tools to help you manage money and plan for growth. Central to these tools are Budget Guidelines and a Succession Ownership/Shareholder System. Our service provider Level Systems are specific to each department in the salon. The Level System also provides an associate program which is a critical feature designed to help new service providers come up to speed in amazing windows of time. In addition to consulting, you may attend The Summit or Money Matters, our cornerstone programs.

Catch us in: Tampa, FL, Feb 13-16, March 13-16, March 27-30, April 17-20, May 15-18, Oct. 2-5 or November 6-9; in Seattle, WA, June 12-15 or Sept. 11-14; in Minneapolis, MN, July 10-13; in Halifax, Nova Scotia, August 14-17; in Orlando, FL, March 6-9 or October 23-26; and in Chicago, IL, August 10-13 or August 21-24.

Our advice: “Be in the business of growing people for a living.”

2011 wisdom: “2011 is back to basics— growing service providers, retaining clients and efficiently managing cash flow.”

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