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Is There a Leak in Your Business?

Hear about the salon owner/entrepreneur who saw a problem at the color bar and developed a system to make color pricing more accurate and predictable.

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6 Things to Consider Before Buying a Salon Point-of-Sale Software System

Selecting a salon management system that does everything you need it to do can be a daunting task. Get the answers to these six questions before you commit.

Boulevard Appoints Former Mindbody CFO, Greg Wookey

Wookey’s appointment is part of a larger effort to capitalize on Boulevard’s momentum in the market.

How Much Does a Salon Point-of-Sale System Cost?

Salon POS solutions range in price from free to $200/month and up. Typically prices are based on the number of users, and there may be additional costs for installation, hardware, and payment processing.

Do I Need Salon-Specific Business Management Software?

Whether you manage a one-person salon or a large chain, a salon point-of-sale (POS) system that meets your business’ specific needs provides vital help with payments, scheduling, reporting, and more.

Salon Point-of-Sale Systems Improve the Client Experience

Salon management software helps strengthen your relationship with clients by raising the bar on customer service at appointment time, as well as helping you stay connected between visits.

How Can a Salon POS System Help Me Manage My Beauty Business?

Salon point-of-sale systems do a lot more than take payments and schedule appointments. Salon management software automates marketing, inventory, reporting, and staff management, freeing up owners to focus on the work they enjoy.

WEBINAR - 5 Technology Tools Fueling Salon Success

To help you prepare your strongest technology toolbox, this webinar invited five successful salon owners to share and discuss their favorite tools to grow their businesses in a challenging, ever-changing landscape.

WEBINAR - How to Run a Profitable & Sustainable Hair Color Business

On November 4th at 11:00 AM PT/2:00 PM ET, Salon Today Editor in Chief Stacey Soble will lead a discussion between two industry experts exploring how salon professionals can run a more efficient salon by cutting back on waste, pricing services appropriately, keeping it simple, and making it easy for teams to charge fairly so that businesses turn a consistent and reliable profit.

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?