Partnering on Email Communications
Partnering with a professional on your e-mail communications saves
time, money and frustration, resulting in a captivating product that
tempts existing clients and hooks new ones.
IN DEPTH: The Social Networking Revolution
Social networking is exploding online. Donât be afraid, say pros, just
jump right in to create communities and build your business.
2009 Salon Software Guide
Hands down, your salon software is the most critical tool for managing
and growing your business. This guide helps you evaluate and compare
Social Networking in the Salon
Social networking sites help us keep up with news from family and
friends, but, used correctly, they also can help you build your
Software Case Studies
Various salon industry professionals talk about the business and the impact of software.
Domino’s new Carryout Insurance illustrates that you have a problem when a guest is unhappy, even if it’s not your fault. The DiJulius Group demonstrates the value of having an insurance policy for your salon services.
Buying an existing salon is a quick way to jump into the beauty business, but it can also bring some headaches. Bruce Hakutizwi from us.businessesforsale.com offers you some important points to ponder when considering buying an existing salon.
When it comes to building a strong community, salon owners are frequently on the front line--joining the Better Business Bureau, networking with other businesses and participating in community philanthropic programs. Quint Studer's new book outlines 14 strategies for building a stronger community.
What kind of continuing education do you have at your salon? Are you inspiring your employees to reach their full potential? This month Aveda Means Business covers topics from in-salon education to minimizing stylist turnover. Learn some ways on how to attract stylists who are passionate about the business and who will fit in with your salon’s culture.
Many of the country’s most brilliant, talented and powerful people live and work in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. They’re politicians, diplomats, attorneys. Also professors and students at the nation’s top universities. So, if you’re servicing these people in your salon, you had better be at the very top of your game.
The options are endless for clients when it comes to selecting a salon, and once they’ve chosen, a return visit isn’t a slam dunk. Retaining happy clients who will refer friends and family requires superb customer service, smart systems and consistency.