Salon Management

London Curtis Helps Salons Train New Team Members

by Stacey Soble | August 30, 2019
London Curtis of Salon Scholar

London Curtis of Salon Scholar

Successful salon owners knows that when it comes to business, it’s best not to go it alone. In the 2019 SALON TODAY 200, 55 percent of owners reported they have worked with a professional business coach or consultant in the past three years.

To help owners and managers learn about the different focuses and capabilities of a variety of salon advisors, SALON TODAY hosted a Coaches and Consultants Showcase at the Data-Driven Salon Summit held in May in Atlanta. Each coach prepared a short Ted-Talk style presentation and we recorded each one to create this virtual guide.


London Curtis, Salon Scholar
London Curtis, owner of Salon Scholar, a fully managed training system for new hires, explains the benefits of investing in team members' careers. Through Salon Scholar, new hires can ask questions in real time through four months of training with regular skill reviews. Meet London Curtis, and find out how Salon Scholar can help you grow your salon talent.

STAMP 2019: Blo's Print Ad Raises Eyebrows

Awards & Contests

STAMP 2019: Blo's Print Ad Raises Eyebrows

by Stacey Soble

Bryan Nunes, owner of Blo in Raleigh, North Carolina, is comfortable riding the edge of controversy. When he wanted to create an ad that would stand out among other salon ads in a local magazine's "Best Of" issue, he played with his brand and got both clients and future prospects talking.


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