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Salon & Spa Consulting 2012

November 7, 2011 | 8:52 AM
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OWNER: Alexis Bourdamis

Salon & Spa Consulting 2012


Spa & Salon Consulting works closely with salon and spa owners to analyze potential growth opportunities and business gaps that can hold a business back from its full potential. We create a plan specific to your needs that outlines action steps for achieving your goals. We work with you, your existing staff, or even help you hire a team that can implement the plan and help to meet your goals.

WHY WE’RE DIFFERENT: Spa & Salon Consulting is a hands-on, result-based consulting company. We understand the fast pace of this industry and create effective solutions to meet your business’s needs. Whether it’s new client recruitment, team building and development, effective marketing strategies or operations management you require, we have the answers you need to grow your business to the next level.

HOW WE WORK: Our roadmap for success includes: 1) A phone or on-site consultation to discuss your needs and our solutions. 2) A customized action plan, which includes implementation items, timelines, and fees. It’s all upfront for you to see before you commit. 3) Approval of action plan and costs. The best part about our fee structure is that YOU can set your budget and we work around you! Our rates are set hourly or based on a monthly retainer, making it affordable for you to plan. We then adjust our timeline to meet your financial needs.

OUR ADVICE: Prepare for growth! Successful businesses don’t happen by mistake. Many owners struggle with the same key problems over and over creating unnecessary roadblocks to the businesses’ success. Empower yourself with the right support and tools so that your business can grow to the next level. Let’s create what you have always envisioned for your company!

PROFIT TIP: Profit is the result that happens when a business is run efficiently. To maximize profitability, you need a combination of things, such as, a strong customer current, a well-trained team, a clear understanding of your numbers and benchmarks, and effective operations systems. Spa & Salon Consulitng can help you analyze opportunities for improvement and grow your bottom line.

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