2014 Coaching and Consulting Guide: Qnity

Stacey Soble | October 31, 2013 | 11:10 AM
Tom Kuhn, founder of Qnity and The 2 to 10 Project

Qnity/2 to 10 Project and
[email protected]

Qnity drives salon prosperity through a revolutionary approach to business management and metrics. Qnity’s simple and visual systems are designed for creatives, not accountants.  The 2 to 10 Project helps salons with between two and ten locations prosper by providing benchmarking data, best practices and other resources. 

OWNED BY: Tom Kuhn

WHY WE'RE DIFFERENT: We are the leading experts in prosperity for salon and spa professionals, for both leaders and service providers: 1) Clients: We work with the best of the best. 2) Trust: 60+ of the top multi-location salons trust us by offering our Qnity education to their staff and by sending their financial and business data to us for the 2 to 10 Project. 3) Focus: We eliminate clutter, freeing leaders and staff to concentrate on what counts and 4) Results: Our systems have helped thousands reach a new level of prosperity, and we’d be happy to share results and success stories from our clients.

HOW WE WORK: First and foremost, we are an education and business tools company. The starting point for most is our 2-day Q Program for Leaders course, offered regionally. Although we are known as the experts in multi-location performance, we welcome work with single location salons and spas.

CATCH US AT: Serious Business, Jan. 19-20 in New Orleans; 2 to 10 Conference, Apr. 13-15, U Mass Campus in Boston; Q Program for leaders offered regionally across the United States—see the Events page at and Q Program for Service Providers, 8 week series offered virtually—start dates on the Events page at

SMART TALK: Simplify your business—complexity kills performance. Go visual—it’s the language of your staff. Think big—this is a $68 billion industry.


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