Whether you’re just starting out or have years of experience, selling products can be tough. Even after providing a stellar treatment, we could all use a refresher on the finer points of retail every now and again.
Everyone likes a good hairdresser; someone who can dazzle a client with their skills, make them chuckle or ease any concerns. For many men, their barber is the same.
Keeping a salon in the spotlight can be a full-time job. Luckily, social media is a handy tool to boost your salon’s digital presence, such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagam.
Starting a new business is tough. According to business financer, Georgia McIntyre, “20 per cent of small businesses fail in their first year, and 50 per cent of small businesses fail in their fifth year.
Ever dreamed of opening your own salon but finances are getting in the way? Saving for a deposit can be tricky but taking the leap can be even harder.