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Take Our Quick Beauty Pulse Survey on Staff Meetings

by MS Staff | April 7, 2017

In an effort to gain more salon management wisdom and share it with salon owners across the country so they can better their business acumen, Salon Today recently launched Beauty Pulse, a series of quick surveys about salon management practices. 

"Our salon owner readers frequently tell us they feel like they make business decisions in a vacuum and they are always curious about other salon owners around the country and how they tackle management decisions," says Stacey Soble, editor in chief of Salon Today. "Beauty Pulse gives owners both a voice to share their own practices and a method to tapping into salon business trends across the country."

Each survey is designed to take less that five minutes to complete and contains five or so easy-to-answer questions about salon business practices and an optional section to leave a quote of the topic for those who want to share additional wisdom. When the survey closes, Salon Today will share the result, as well as the enlightening nuggets of wisdom. 

The first Beauty Pulse survey is on salon staff meetings. Take five minutes and participate today! Click here to start the survey. 

Originally posted on Modern Salon

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