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MEME is Lords & Ladies Salon’s acronym for management, education, marketing and environment. It’s also the rock-solid foundation on which Lords & Ladies Owner Terry Derr has built his successful, seven-location business in Pennsylvania.
Boston-area salon owners like to joke that you can’t swing a cat without hitting a salon in their neighborhood—there are multiple salons on every block! And it’s not only about quantity in Boston, it’s also about quality. The city is known for delivering high quality hairdressing and for salon businesses that are exceedingly well-run. So how has Salon-Capri—with three salons and an academy--manage to not only survive over the last 50 years, but also thrive, with a large and diverse clientele that pledges its loyalty to the company? Here’s a look at their success.
Many of the country’s most brilliant, talented and powerful people live and work in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. They’re politicians, diplomats, attorneys. Also professors and students at the nation’s top universities. So, if you’re servicing these people in your salon, you had better be at the very top of your game.
The owners at Ochoa Salon & Spa believe in the power of loyalty and they never veer from this core ethos. Here are 6 ways they foster a creative team, one that thrives on the power of relationships and grows into a multi-generational success story.
At the Julius Michael Scarsdale Hair salon in Scarsdale, NY co-owners Julius Michael and Monica Wald never single anyone out for special treatment. As far as they’re concerned, every client is entitled to a celebrity-worthy experience! Here’s how they make each customer feel like a star!
Here are seven strategies at Headlines The Salon that have played a role in forming a strong, cohesive, successful, cross-generational team.
Delegating is one of the hardest things to do for entrepreneurs, because in most cases, we’re control freaks. It took me years to learn how to delegate, and to be honest, I still struggle with it. But when you start to see how much more ...