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Kassidy’s Salon Management Consulting

July 10, 2011 | 5:12 PM
Kassidy’s Salon Management Consulting
kassidys.com | 562-432-4462 | [email protected]
Owner: Ken Cassidy

Kassidy’s Salon and Spa Management Consultants is the industry’s leading authority in “Working Options,” with a proven approach for business owners with employees, booth renters and independent contractor business structures. Kassidy’s does this by reducing the three reasons all businesses struggle: the lack of a legal structure; the lack of a profi table structure and the lack of a management structure.

Why we’re different: As a current cosmetologist, salon owner and past spa owner with more than 35 years experience, we understand the industry’s challenges firsthand, we relate on your level as a service provider and management team when it comes to running the everyday business.

How we work: We work with most of our clients via email and phone consultations. We only bill our clients for the time they require of us. Our rate is $140 an hour. There are no long-term contracts, but if we take on a project over time, special pricing will be quoted.

Catch us at: At a variety of industry events— all teaching dates are listed on our website, kassidys.com under Seminar Calendar.

Our advice: “I have never seen an owner do everything wrong or an owner do everything right. Improvement is what keeps us all challenged to be the best we can be in business and personally.”

2011 wisdom: “To protect your financial investment and yourself, every “i” needs to be dotted and every “t” needs to be crossed regarding your legal and management structure. We see more audits, lawsuits and unemployment filings coming our way.”

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