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2015 Coaches and Consultants Guide: Stampora Consulting

Stacey Soble | November 4, 2014 | 10:32 AM
Geno Stampora, owner of Stampora Consulting

genostampora.com  |  540-338-7747  |  [email protected]  |  Owner: Geno Stampora

Stampora Consulting helps salon/spa owners by training them to be better leaders and helping them become better communicators. In one day, we can train your staff members to boost client retention, sell more products and add on more services through the proper dialog. We motivate and inspire, and create an environment for success. Your team will be driven to deliver 100 percent every day and will be focused on brining every client back to the salon.

WHY WE’RE DIFFERENT: I am a hairdresser and a former salon owner who understands and has lived the life. And, I have more than three decades of experience. I am the industry’s most sought after educator because I make it fun and exciting to learn, my material is easy to apply, and it works!

HOW WE WORK: Contact me and I will custom create a salon day for you and your team that is based on your unique needs, challenges and desired outcome. I will conduct more than 100 of these seminars in 2015.

CATCH ME AT: At some of the greatest salons conducting customized seminars, as well as the best of the industry’s shows. I am the facilitator for Beacon at PBA Beauty Week and the voice of Intercoiffure.

WORDS OF WISDOM: The customer is smarter than ever before. They have access to more information about beauty, and they have more choices. There is one way to insure success for you and your team—great quality education that is focused entirely on your needs and challenges. Specialized training is the only solution. You must create a staff of self-starters, who are highly energized and capable of persuading the guest to experience more.

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