2 to 10 and UMass Launch Executive Salon Management Program

By Stacey Soble | 01/15/2014 9:08:00 PM

 

click image to zoom ABOUT 2TO10: 2to10 is a by-invitation only cooperative of the industry’s leading salon and spa brands with between 2 and 10+ locations. Now in its fourth year, the 2to10 Project is based around an in-depth Annual Study of multi-location P&L’s and operating practices from 2to10 member companies. These organizations receive the findings from the Annual Study, as well as a confidential business scorecard which compares their business to the 2to10 membership at large. Both results help owners identity key areas of strength and opportunity.

This year, 2to10 will host its Annual Leadership Conference on April 13-15 at the University of Massachusetts Boston, where study results will be presented along with industry best practices from top industry performers in each category and financial and management insights from faculty the University’s Entrepreneurship Center and College of Management.

Membership for 2014 is capped at 60 salon and spa companies that represent the top 4% of the industry across North America. The 2014 2to10 Member Advisory Board includes Amanda Hair, Susan Haise, Eric Hammond, Lina Heath, Frank Westerbeke, Andreas Aifiriades and Frank Zona.

For more information about the Advanced Business Certification Program, contact Prof. Benyamin Lichtenstein at b.lichtenstein@umb.edu. To learn more about the 2to10 Project please visit their website at http://www.2to10project.com or contact Tom Kuhn, CEO of the 2to10 Project at tom.kuhn@qnityinc.com.

 

 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Stacey Soble

Stacey Soble Stacey Soble, Editor in Chief of Salon Today

Stacey has been involved in the conversation of salon business for 14 years—as a reporter, a consultant and as the Editor in Chief of SALON TODAY.

Read Stacey Soble's Blogs You can e-mail Stacey at ssobley@vancepublishing.com.

 


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