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Not to Miss Business Management Seminar by Jon Gonzales

Lauren Salapatek | January 10, 2012 | 2:18 PM

Hairdresser Career Development Systems has announced its next business management seminar, Roadmap to Thriving in a Tough Economy for salon owners and managers to be held on Monday, March 26, 2012, at the Town and Country Hotel North, in San Diego from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

To succeed in today’s competitive economy,” says HCDS’ founder and president, Jon Gonzales, “tomorrow's beauty professional will have to know more than just how to cut and style hair.” Gonzales brings his 43 years of successful industry experience as a hairdresser, salon owner, and business consultant to his business seminars; assisting salon owners and managers with the roadmap to identify, avoid, and combat the many challenges of owning a business. In the seminar, Gonzales offers methods to transform today’s career and business challenges into tomorrow’s opportunity.

HCDS’ goal is to assist hairdressers and salon owners reach higher levels of excellence... personally, professionally & financially. In today’s uncertain economic environment, Gonzales’ presentations, educational books and programs set participants on a direct track to greater success and fulfillment. In addition to seminars, HCDS offers complete programs of books, videos and audiocassettes, and valuable resources about how those in the salon industry can reach their goals.

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