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What Will It Look Like When Salons Reopen?

During the great shutdown created by coronavirus, stylists have spent time guessing at what a return to work will look like because, at this point, no one can know with any certainty. Here are possible scenarios from industry experts.

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Genbook Helps Stylists Maintain Focus and Elevate Experience

Entrepreneurs need to find solutions to streamline their businesses so they can attend to their clients and their craft.

Former Toast Exec Biju Nair named Boulevard Vice President of Payments

Technology company Boulevard taps Nair to develop, lead, scale and manage its payments team.

Solo Artists: If You’re Working 24/7, Isn’t It Time to Get A Life?

If you’re a solo provider managing your own schedule, you know the drill. Mornings are spent on confirmation calls and trying to fill holes made by last-minute cancellations. Every free moment between clients is about picking up voice mail or answering emails for appointment requests. After your last client, the work goes on, returning more calls, scheduling more appointments. But what if there was a better way?

Data Confirms October 17 Begins the Holiday Salon Appointment Rush

While you might be focused on your salon team's Halloween costume contest, your clients are already contemplating booking their Christmas appointments, according to data from Phorest Salon Software. That means now is the time to get your holiday marketing rolling.

Top Irish Tech Firm Opens US Headquarters in Philadelphia

With a ribbon-cutting ceremony and a flurry of congratulatory speeches, Phorest makes Philadelphia home for its US operations.

Large or Little: What Two Salons Love about their Salon Software

The technology needs of different salons can vary dramatically, depending on the size and complexity of the operation. But these two case studies proves that Shortcuts fits the bill no matter the size.

STAMP 2019: Urban Betty's New Website Drives In New Clients

With its whimsical imagery, clever vernacular and an ability to find a stylist that matches your personality, Urban Betty's website brings in 700 new clients a month.

Marketing the Salon in the Modern Tech Era

Long gone are the days of marketing your salon with one simple ad. To break through the clutter, today's marketing messages must be multipronged--saying the right thing to the right people, when and where they're ready for the message. Today's technology makes that easier than ever.

Opening a Second Salon? Here's the Most Important Thing to Do

Lei Cicero bought a failing salon and turned it around, then used data from her software management program to tell her when the time was right to expand.