The Salon App that WILL Transform the Industry

By Stacey Soble for Salon Today’s Salon Business News With the continued shift from brick & mortar shopping to online shopping, salons are seeing their retail numbers affected by clients who used to buy products in the salon but now order from their phones and laptops.  As salon owners themselves, the folks at SalonBiz could see the trend… Read more »

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THE GOLD STANDARD: SUSTAINABLE SYSTEMS FOR YOUR MEN’S BUSINESS

By Laurel Nelson, contributing writer with Salon Today Kurt Kueffner has spent his entire career focused on the business of men’s grooming. From apprenticing with Horst Rechelbacher, to becoming an educator himself, Kueffner has worked for both Aveda and American Crew, growing barbering programs all over the world. In August, he launched The Grooming Collective with a… Read more »

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KEEPING CLIENTS COMING BACK

By Laurel Nelson, contributing writer with Salon Today   Every salon professional knows there are many routes to bringing new guests into the salon—including referrals, local marketing, and active social media accounts. But once you’ve brought in new guests, retaining them isn’t as black and white. While men are known to be loyal guests, women are… Read more »

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Headquarters cuts to the future of local business

This article and featured photo were originally posted at LAPrensasa.com What started with an entrepreneurial streak from a family business led William Dickey to recently open his new hair salon—on wheels. Headquarters, located at 2301 San Pedro Ave. inside the Rose Bush, is ready to showcase a different kind of business in the food truck lot.… Read more »

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OUTPERFORMING ONLINE: WHY SALONS SHOULD WIN AT RETAIL

By Laurel Nelson, contributing writer with Salon Today   Attendees of Serious Business come to New Orleans every year for inspiration, motivation, and most of all—practical advice. This year’s event in January did not disappoint, with speakers covering everything from in-salon education programs to front desk profitability, to developing a men’s business. But perhaps the hottest topic of all was retail. Bob… Read more »

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