The only event of its kind, Data-Driven Salon Summit hones in on success metrics, innovative business practices and technology tools to help salons grow.
On the 10th day of the 12 Days of the Salon Today 200, we celebrate the salons and spas that know a new client is silver, while a retained one is gold. These salons diligently developed programs to drive prebooking rates, referrals and retention.
Krista Harvey, owner of Studio7 Salon and Spa in Ames, Iowa, describes how converting her salon to team-based pay helped her pull the business out of debt and build a strong and productive culture.
Watching your client go from hair cuts perched on a parent’s knee to seeing them off to college can be rewarding and heartwarming. But it also takes a whole lot of patience when working with children—and knowing the number-one rule.
Being a salon owner means managing the education of stylists, retention of staff, progress of profits and more. Inevitably, there are land mines in all of these areas and the path to success is not always clear. We've explored the Aveda Means Business blog and found stories of several salon owners who think outside the box to find solutions to common small-business struggles. Read about the areas where their businesses struggled and what they did to implement systems that work.
Are scalp treatments the new balayage? Are these luxurious and beneficial treatments the next salon service poised to explode and also go the distance? All indicators point to yes! Are you ready ride the scalp treatment wave and take advantage of the opportunity to meet the growing demand for these services?
A multi-service, consultative approach with each client helps Hair + Co. BKLYN boost their average ticket, as well as client retention. Owner Shannon King explains.
In 2018, the guest services team checked their prebooking rate 35,000 times last year--find out why they were so motivated so see that metric grow.
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.