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Eufora International's First North American Leadership Conference

Lauren Salapatek | November 15, 2012 | 8:59 AM
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Eufora stylists and educators from all over North America gathered in San Diego for Eufora Int'l.'s first North American Leadership Conference. The two-day, VIP educational event was created to energize the company's legions of educators and assist them with furthering the mastery of their craft to inspire stylists across North America. Guests enjoyed a mix of advanced business and technical education, in addition to four awe-inspiring runway shows.

“Connected by their common drive and devotion, Eufora leaders are 100 percent committed to helping fellow stylists and business owners thrive. Whether setting an example in their own salon, teaching in their hometown or across North America, or guiding fellow salon owners through common challenges, Eufora’s leaders are passionate about elevating the salon professional industry,” said Don Bewley, Eufora International co-founder. “To become a master at your craft requires an ongoing commitment to learn and grow.”

There were nearly 300 Eufora Certified Educators, Eufora Salon Owner Network Chapter Leads, Certified and Active Elite Team Members and Distributor Sales Consultants in attendance. They had the opportunity to participate in three classes from the following choices:

Business: Salon Conversations for Stylists, Marketing & Networking, Money Matters: Your Financial Health, Salon Conversations for Owners & Managers

Technical: Clipper Cutting, Advanced Creative Cutting, The Color Enthusiast, Jam Session: The Competitive Edge, Men’s Trend, Progressive Long Hairdressing, Advanced Contemporary Classics, Short Hair Cutting Master, Long Hair Cutting Mastery

Eufora International's educational event, Global Connection, will return next year September 15-16, 2013 at “LA Live”, one of Hollywood’s biggest entertainment destinations and home to the award shows. The new format will include ethereal runway shows and business and technical classes led by the best in the salon professional industry. For more information and registration details, visit www.euforaglobal.com.

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