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The New Tools of the Trade

Stacey Soble | July 8, 2015 | 8:51 AM
Kaite Lyn Christoffersen, demonstrating the power of Cheeky Strut's selfie station. (photo credit: Alessandra Myers)
Photo By Alessandra Myers

Move over shears, blowdryers and color brushes! Technology is arming stylists and owners with a whole array of tools—from Apple watches to selfie stations to management apps to build a stronger salon business.

For Salon Today's technology focus this July, we identified a number of owners who are leverageing these latest technological developments to better manage their team, increase client loyalty, attract new clients and build sales.

Click on the below links to read each individual story:

The Selfie Station: Kaite Lyn Christoffersen of Cheeky Strut Salon, Grand Rapids, Michigan

SEO Marketing Plan: Adam Swanlund and James Gartner of Bii Natural Salon in West Dundee, Illinois

The Deskless Salon: Kristi Brehm of Lavish in Webster, Texas

Apple Watch Management: Terry McKee of Nuovo Salon Group in Sarasota, Florida

Management Apps: Karie Bennett of Atelier Salon and Studio in San Jose, California

The E-Store: Alan and Teddie Kossof of Teddie Kossof Salon in Northfield, Illinois

 

 

 

 

 

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