Author E.M. Kelly once said, “A boss says, ‘Go!’ A leader says, ‘Let’s go!'” And it’s true. There is so much more to being a leader than just being in charge. Great leaders are necessary for the growth and longevity of an organization.
April 7, 2017
Salon Today gives owners a new voice through its Beauty Pulse surveys—the first one gathers info on salon staff meetings. Take five minutes and participate!
Award-winning Millennium software for spas and salons is great for both small and large businesses that want to increase revenue, productivity, and manage 24/7 appointment booking, inventory, reports, and online marketing.
March 13, 2017
Rosy Software's Jim Bower is back with a blog filled with different strategies for suggestive selling, which can boost the salon's bottom line.
With the help of Summit Salon Business Center, Nichole Brewer not only survives a walkout in her Signature Salon in Macon, Georgia, she learns to thrive and grows her sales by 296 percent.
In the final installment of their blog covering the opening of Hair and Co BKLYN, Allyson and Shannon King detail their plan for getting clients in chairs, then they share the results.
The Straight Up workshops use new personal development and business-building methods to help you create the life you want to live.
March 7, 2017
While the bride is celebrating with her bridesmaids, the groom needs a way to commemorate the big step with his guys, too. Make your shop party central with these ideas for pampering the groom and his men.
Setting aside competition, a group of Atlanta's top salon owners meet each quarter in Atlanta to learn together, share ideas that grow their businesses and lift up one another.
Addressing a void in the market, Ron Love and Scott Griffiths launched 18|8 fine men's salons in 2002--Today, the franchise has 90 locations. See how they've used motivation to grow the chain.
Salon owners Jessica Walker and Julia Vittorio detail how being part of the Arrojo Ambassador Program has been a boom to their own salon businesses.
As his salon Juut SalonSpas celebrates its 30th anniversary, David Wagner and some of his team members reflect on the Daymaker movement that has kept their culture so strong.
In the editor's column for March-April 2017, Stacey Soble calculates the value of the Atlanta salon owners on the cover, before announcing two new events for 2017.
Two Chicago salons are gaining recognition for pricing based on hair length rather than gender. The system has proven to be not only socially impactful, but also business savvy.
Deciding to stick with a situation, or go for something new, is one of the hardest decisions.