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USE ME! Refill. Reuse. Repeat.

November 5, 2012 | 10:56 AM

usemeproducts.com
888-SO-USEME • [email protected]
OWNERS: Alanna York, Thomasina DiBiase, Erica Gray

USE ME! Products inspires salon owners and managers to become confident, business-savvy leaders by providing in-depth organization and communication tools. With a combined 30 years of salon management experience, Use Me’s Founder and President Alanna York and Vice President Thomasina DiBiase developed the Conservatory of Business Artistry, a private consulting program with salon owners in mind.

WHY WE’RE DIFFERENT: Use Me is one of the only female-owned brands and the only refillable brand.

HOW WE WORK: Concentrating on the six keys to business mastery, we cover the fundamentals of customer service, team building, revenues and expenses, marketing, leadership, and communication. Along with the opportunity to take Conservatory classes, all Use Me partner salons may enroll in a private consulting program, which offers a wealth of knowledge and business-building strategies.

CATCH US AT: LMG Studio in Beverly Hills, CA; On the Fringe in Vancouver, WA; Trephin Salon and J. Early’s Salon in Boston; Verona Salon in Rockland, MA; Salon Fringe in Reading, MA; Madusalon in San Francisco; and Alex Anthony in SoHo, NYC.

WORDS OF WISDOM: Systems, systems, systems. We are artists, and stylists deserve freedom, but your staff may be craving more structure and guidance than you ever imagined.

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