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July 2016

Our 2016 annual technology issue introduces readers to Alexis and David Thurston, who, with phones in hand, are leveraging Instagram to build a brand for their Butterfly Loft Salons, reimagine the beauty education with Butterfly Circus, and collaborate with artists to launch Pulp Riot. They share their best practices for social media, discuss strategies for getting stylists on board, and talk about the exciting possibilities the platform is opening for them.

In “Education Revolution,” we take a look at how digital learning is shaping the education for future professionals through Pivot Point’s LAB and Salonability programs. Plus, Qnity teams up with Salon Today to sponsor the Emerging Leader Cup for a “Salon Tomorrow” competition—check out the three clever beauty concepts created by these young beauty leaders.

In this month’s Mindset, industry technology leaders debate how future technologies will improve the client experience, while the 2016 Technology & Software Guide helps you compare and contrast the industry’s latest tech offerings.

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2016 Software and Technology Guide

Elizabeth Jakaitis | July 6, 2016

Being an early-adopter of the latest technology is essential to creating a positive client experience. SALON TODAY presents this guide as a resource for any salon looking for management software or technology tools that can help strengthen their businesses. Scroll through or click on a brand in the list below to learn more about these technology resources.