As salons across the country continue to pick up their metaphorical pieces and re-prioritize with new perspective, we spent time with Sam Paik, chief financial officer for LBP’s Prestige Hair Group which includes salon brands like R+Co, IGK, InCommon Beauty and V76, for his unique insights into how salons can save, scale and strategize.
Despite the challenging year we've just experienced, it's vital that today's salon leaders stay positive in order to guide their businesses, teams and guests through this new reality. Eurisko's Leon Alexander offers some strategies to stay strong and focused on the good.
As salons reopen and reforecast their goals, client acquisition and retention are essential areas to watch. For SALON TODAY’s Burning Questions series, Steve Gomez of Steven Gomez Business Coaching explains how this metric can make or break financial growth.
Even as we say goodbye to this crazy year, there are emerging questions about 2021. How long should we keep anticipating this change in service? Harry D. Wood, IV, Founder of Six Figure Hairdresser, offers his take on the new normal.
From establishing a pop-up salon to building an e-commerce presence, Blu A Color Salon in Missouri is striving to create a successful holiday season that makes up for losses due to the 2020 shutdown. See how their team members are beating 2019 numbers month after month, despite the fact they currently are saddled with a 25% capacity restriction.
As part of our Burning Questions series, Eurisko's Dr. Leon Alexander tackles the sensitive issue of staff not returning or leaving for rental, and how to keep these vagrancies from impacting a salon's profitability.
In addition to PPE and social distancing barriers, salon and spa owners are recreating the salon and spa experience to the needs of today's clients. In a one-on-one with Justin DePasquale of DePasquale the Spa, we take a look at how one spa and salon is adapting.
Ask any hairstylist if they are interested in making more money—while also giving clients the healthy hair of their dreams—and you’d have a resounding “yes.” But ask if they have an existing hair extension clientele and, unfortunately, you’d have more pros saying “no”.