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MEMO Interview with President of SEVEN haircare, Ryan Sieverson

“We recognize that salon owners and stylists are entrepreneurs and that we all need to aspire to a certain level before we can realize our full potential,” says Ryan Sieverson, president of SEVEN haircare . ”That is how we built our salon business, through the idea that we are all responsible for our own success."

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Memo Interview: The Sixty Year Success of René Furterer

The heritage brand, René Furterer , has been celebrating a 60 year anniversary and Jacqueline Flam, vice-president retail and salon , has been instrumental in building a renewed foundation for future success.

Memo Exclusive: An Interview with CEO of Product Development for label.m USA

Sheree Ladove Funsch , CEO of her company, Miami-based LaDove, Inc, develops and produces innovative hair, body and skincare products.

Memo Exclusive: An Interview with Reuben Carranza, Luxury Brand Partners President of R+Co

MODERN spent time with Carranza at a recent R+Co artist’s education held in Los Angeles to talk about how the brand is honoring both the artist’s experience and their needs as entrepreneurs.

Memo Exclusive: An Interview with Vladimir Zolotnik of Belava

When launching his business, Vladimir Zolotnik, co-founder of Belava , a line designed to promote salon sanitation, created his first product before he had a name for his new company.

Memo Exclusive: An Interview with Roland Peralta, Co-Founder of Nutrafol

The men who co-founded and developed Nutrafol , Roland Peralta and Giorgos Tsetis , wanted to find something that would combat the causes of thinning hair without creating unwanted side effects.

Modern Exclusive: An Interview with the CEO of Blo Blow Dry Bar

Canadian entrepreneur and CEO of Blo Blow Dry Bar, Vanessa Melman Yakobson acquired Blo in 2009 and established it as a franchise system.

Women of Substance: Jane Wurwand

AS A TEENAGER, Jane Wurwand worked at a salon in her native United Kingdom as a ‘Saturday Girl,” an entry-level apprentice who sweeps hair trimmings and sorts and sterilizes hair-pins. She fell in love with the business, and when she discovered skin care, she discovered her destiny.

Women of Substance: Denise Provenzano

The association credits Provenzano’s leadership as helping shape salon owner events and education available each year through America’s Beauty Show Back in Naperville, she’s shaping a strong business she eventually plans to pass down to her two sons and their families.

Women of Substance: Debra Penzone

She started out as an assistant and gradually worked up the company’s ladder, as a stylist, designer, director, senior director; creative director, vice president of training, senior vice president, then president.

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