Team members always meld business and art—it’s in keeping with their vision to help stylists be all they can be. To that end, the team’s business specialist, Andrew McAleese, owner of La Luma Salon and Academy in Toronto, says his “Your Financial Success” program teaches owners how to understand budgets and numbers, but also gives them what they need to help their stylists earn more.
“What stylists need right now is a way to collaborate with consumers and give them what they want, so they will buy,” says McAleese. “For example, new services like our T-Zone, which is an affordable, between-appointment color touch-up of the part line and area around the face.”
Naturally, the service was salon requested and tested. Because if it doesn’t work the real world, it doesn’t fly with the Eufora Global Team.
|Andrew McAleese says the Eufora Global Team has a common goal to make a difference in the industry.||Dee Fortier, International Artistic Director for Eufora International||“We have systems for everything to help cultivate careers,” says Jay Fata.||Mentoring a team isn’t easy, Tamra Segert suggests “be encouraging but hold people to standards.”|