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Salon Management

Combating Catastrophe

Stacey Soble | May 1, 2004

 A fire, a walkout, tropical storms—three first-hand accounts demonstrate that emergency action plans can protect salons from devastating loss and pave the way for new beginnings.

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Salon Today Recommends: Recruiting Students, Maximizing Your Color Business & Retail Tips

December 4, 2017

At SALON TODAY, we're always on the lookout for best practices and how-to case studies from salon owners on making business more efficient and profitable, and encourage our community to search for and share solutions. Here is a collection of success stories recently added to the Aveda Means Business blog. This series covers hiring strategies, strengthening retail with new promotion ideas, and helping staff grow color revenue.

News People walk through the flooded waters of Telephone Rd. in Houston on August 27, 2017 as the city battles with tropical storm Harvey and resulting floods. / AFP PHOTO / Thomas B. Shea
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How You Can Help Victims of Hurricane Harvey

Anne Moratto and Stacey Soble | August 28, 2017

The salon industry has always stepped up to help in times of crisis. Here are some ways that you can help the victims of Hurricane Harvey and how victims can access relief services.

Salon Business News

Style Me Hired Makeover Show Brings Hope to New Jeresy

Chandler Rollins | October 22, 2013

Makeover Guru Marc Voci, Emmy Award Winning Make-up Artist Jimmy DeMarco and their Style Me Hired Makeover Show team up with “Blankets for Brigantine and BrigStrong,” to bring hope to a community who is still dealing with the devastation from last year’s Super Storm Sandy.

Salon Business News

Flood Control

Suzanne Bond | July 10, 2011

Now that we've dealt with the initial shock of the flood damage, it's time to roll up our sleeves and work on getting this salon up and running. For me, that means dealing with insurance and solving the flooring issue. Check out my journal entries from days four through seven.

Salon Business News

Surviving the Flood

Suzanne Bond | July 10, 2011

What happens when you find almost three inches of water in your almost-new salon? That's what happened to me, and this blog shares my day-by-day experience from notifying customers to working through insurance agencies to reopening our doors, better than ever.

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