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Technology in the Salon Industry with Tanisha Foster from Booker

Elizabeth Jakaitis | July 9, 2014 | 10:16 AM

WE ASKED INDUSTRY LEADERS TO TALK ABOUT WHAT TECHNOLOGICAL AND INDUSTRY TRENDS THEY SEE ON THE HORIZON AND HOW THEY THINK THESE CHANGES AND INNOVATIONS WILL SHAPE OUR WAY OF DOING BUSINESS IN THE FUTURE.

Technology in the Salon Industry with Tanisha Foster from Booker

“The world has gone mobile, and apps are playing a major role in the ways salons can do business and reach their clients. On average, people spend 3.3 hours each day on their phone, and 80% of that time is spent in mobile apps. Today, having a dedicated, branded app is valuable real estate for any business. It's the equivalent of displaying a mini billboard right on your clients' phones; allowing salons to constantly be ‘bookable’ and top of mind where and when it matters most.”

--Tanisha Foster, director vertical markets, BOOKER

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