The more you know, the more you save and the more money you make. That’s true of everything in your business. When you’re informed, you can make informed decisions. Knowing your numbers when it comes to hair color usage is particularly helpful because it’s so easy to over-use product and undercharge for services. Here’s how three salons, with the help of Vish software, http://www.getvish.com/demo/salontoday were able to analyze the data available at their fingertips to determine which services were losing money and which were producing healthy profits.
LaBelle Nail Bar Owner Oanh Le calls on salon designer Michele Pelafas to create a glamorous yet comfortable, feminine sanctuary in Ardmore, Pennsylvania. The resulting design captures the title of Nail Salon of the Year in the 2019 Salons of the Year competition.
The only event of its kind, Data-Driven Salon Summit hones in on success metrics, innovative business practices and technology tools to help salons grow.
Are you dealing with credit card processing fees; tracking tips for taxes; even looking for ways to motivate your clients to tip your stylists well and often to supplement their incomes and keep them doing hair at your salon happily ever after? Tippy claims to reduce credit card processing fees for salon owners and increase tips for service professionals.
To create its U.S. flagship, a Dutch-based salon company renovates a former soda factory to create a light and spacious salon and spa--earning Rob Peetoom Williamsburg second runner-up in our 2019 Salons of the Year competition.
A commitment to holistic beauty led Debra and Charles Penzone in the design of their newest location, which includes a juice bar, a social room, a color bar and a beauty bar. Take a tour of the salon and spa that clinched Grand Prize in this year's Salons of the Year.
Meticulous design at Anthony DeFranco Salon and Spa creates visually zoned areas dedicated to specific functions, while the sumptuous design provides a feast for the eyes, helping the salon capture First Runner-Up in the 2019 Salons of the Year.
After jumping through hurdles with their town's historic commission, then tackling a 27-month renovation, the Emma Justine Hair Lounge and Spa team transform a crumbling building into a gorgeous new salon space. Follow their courageous transformation.
Owners Travis and Jessica Mitchell keep both men and women in mind with their creative space. The upscale, rustic design and the mix of rugged and smooth keep the salon in perfect balance, earning it a Salons of Distinction honor in the 2019 Salons of the Year.
One of the best ways to grow your own team is to hire them right out of school and train them in your systems, but how do you get your salon in front of graduating students? Be Inspired's Kati Whitledge offers some key tips for networking with your local cosmetology schools.