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Hair Professionals To Share Inspiration and Innovation at Eufora's Global Connection 2016

Stacey Soble | September 13, 2016 | 7:35 AM

Eufora International announces the return of its bi-annual event, Global Connection, to San Diego, California, on October 16-17, 2016. The education-driven event will bring together hair stylists and salon owners from around the world for two days of inspiration and creative expression. Main stage presentations will highlight this year's theme, Beauty in Motion, a fresh beauty concept showcasing the ways the very best in the profession are moving the industry forward with innovation, acceptance of change, and a dedication to continued education.

Global Connection attendees will enjoy four runway presentations on the main stage, plus notable keynote speakers and breakout sessions that include hands on technical training, business skill building classes and social networking to encourage collaboration among peers.

As is true in life, healthy competition is often the catalyst for inspiration and innovation, so this year the Eufora Stylist of the Year competition returns to Global Connection in a big way. Masters and future masters of the trade can compete in one of seven categories, including Avant-Garde, Contemporary Classic, Make-Over, Men’s Trend, Team Collaboration, Color Vision, and New Talent. Competition registration closes on September 2, 2016. Winners in each category will be announced live at the opening night Stylist of the Year Awards Gala. Immediately following the Awards dinner and ceremony, conference attendees are invited to attend the clubEUFORA After Party benefiting Childhelp® happening at the renowned San Diego Fluxx Nightclub.

Registration for Eufora Global Connection 2016 is now open, and Eufora is inviting attendees to stay at the host hotel, Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel. Ticket price includes all Main Stage Shows, Keynote Speakers, Look and Learns and the Awards Gala. Attendees can customize their experience by adding technical, artistic or business breakout sessions.

For more details visit www.euforaglobal.com.

About Eufora: In 1997, Don and Beth Bewley started a hair care company built on a foundation of passion, integrity and caring for the professional salon world. Today, Eufora is recognized globally for its commitment to serving stylists and salon owners in a partnership that extends far beyond the innovation of people and planet friendly products, delivering on a promise to provide incomparable professional training and leadership programs to inspire, nurture and grow the next generation of salon professionals. For more information or to find a Eufora Salon, please contact 1-800-638-3672 or www.eufora.net

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