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.
We live in a digital world, but is your salon channel hopping friendly? You’re not the only one trying to stand out from the crowd, everyone is – so, how do you? Is your personality clear, are you setting new trends?
With salons popping up on the high streets across the country it can be increasingly difficult to not only get customers through the doors but to ensure they return to you time and time again.
Here at Premier we like to help our clients as much as possible, including assisting you to get the best staff for your business.