Retail got a boost last year at DV8 The Salon in Grapevine, Texas. Owners Lisa Justiss, Candice Hammit and Kirbi James introduced a version of William Edge’s Retail Edge system that resulted in a total culture change that refocused the salon’s staff on retail.
For a salon or spa, mastering a number of best business practices frequently results in overall sales growth, which fuels the trajectory of the business. This year, the SALON TODAY 200 salons grew at a rate of 6% and above. Here's the first half of this year's Growth honorees.
Meet the 2019 SALON TODAY 200 honorees in the category of Retention and Referral Programs. These salons know that their ability to attract new guests can fuel their growth, but the ability to get those clients to return again and again determines their overall success.
Meet the 2019 SALON TODAY 200 honorees in Retail and Merchandising. These salons and spas know successful retail sales are the result of the entire team pulling their weight. Owners and managers plan promotions and create displays, service providers educate the client and make recommendations and the front desk closes the sales.
The Salon Today 200 Technology honorees realize that embracing the latest software or tech tool is like adding a new manager to the team. Today's technologies keep schedules fully booked, motivate the team, recruit new clients and market to existing ones.
The SALON TODAY 200 honorees in the area of Employee Education realize that the future of their business relies on their ability to train and develop their talent today. The ST200 honors these salons for their excellence in Employee Education.
The SALON TODAY 200 category of Profit Center honors the salons and spas who tapped a new service category or product line that has made a positive impact on their growth and their bottom line. Borrow one of their ideas to grow your own business.