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Salon Geeks Consulting Firm Unveils New Sinfully Blonde Business Plan for Salon Growth

Elizabeth Jakaitis | February 4, 2016 | 2:08 PM

Salon Geeks consulting firm specializes in growing salon businesses by exploring series of questions and assessments to develop a SIN (Salon Intelligence Number) profile. Now, they unveil a new Sinfully Blonde business plan, a monthly offering to provide salons and spas with a disciplined, cost-effective, step-by-step approach for developing their full potential.

"Stuck behind the chair, or busy running their business, owners don't invest the time or money necessary to move their business forward. They either think they can't afford it or don't know where to start," says Anthony Angell, stylist-founder of Salon Geeks. "With the addition of our new $399/mo Sinfully Blonde plan, we include everything a salon needs from consulting and advice to creative and access to printed marketing materials at a cost all salons can afford.”

Through their Move Forward Monthly platform, which now includes Sinfully Blonde, Salon Geeks work with the salon or spa to suggest and set realistic financial goals, create year-long marketing strategies and generally assess their basic needs from start to finish. Other plans include everything from assistance with day-to-day marketing, creative and ideation, picking the right software program, staff management and salon best practices, gift card and retail therapy to help boost sales, and much more.

"We like to think of it as a marketing, education, and creative savings plan for their business", says Salon Geeks partner and New Client Director Amy Santucci. "By dedicating a very manageable and affordable amount monthly towards the success of their salon, they're going to move forward much faster and be more successful than if they worked on the defensive, always playing catch-up against their competitors."

Salon Geeks’ proprietary, online dashboard and Salon CRM, Salon Geeks Online, have been rebuilt for 2016, and their full color, HD printing offerings include appointment, rack and loyalty cards, service menus, as well as responsive websites and mobile apps.

Visit salongeeks.com for more information. 

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