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UNITE Opens Doors at New 55,000 Square Foot Headquarters

March 29, 2017 | 1:47 PM
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Global professional hair care brand UNITE has just opened the doors of their impressive new headquarters in Southern California.

“We’re just thrilled,” says founder and CEO Andrew Dale. “Our new offices are perched up on a hill with a panoramic view of scenic Carlsbad. It’s a lovely location and the building is custom designed to expand our capabilities and to take UNITE to the next level.”

The new UNITE offices will offer increased, state of the art warehouse space, a gorgeous new showroom and store, a dynamic photo studio complete with makeup and changing room for models, more classrooms, new equipment and a cantina for 40+ people for on site trainings at the UNITE Academy, a serene employee meditation room, outdoor break room, indoor/outdoor kitchen area, custom coffee bars throughout the building and a gym - including showers.

“This is a meaningful milestone for UNITE,” explains Dale, “We are so pleased to celebrate this event with our employees who are also our extended family.”

The new building features floor to ceiling glass to bring in natural light into brighter offices, polished, shiny concrete floors and special hand picked accent tiles and wood interspersed throughout the design. The main conference room will also have an all-wood accent wall. The new UNITE headquarters opened in March, 2017.  The address is 2870 Whiptail Loop in Carlsbad, California. 

About UNITE

For more than a decade as a leader in the professional hair care industry, UNITE has been committed to “making life easier for the salon owner and stylist.” A California based company with global reach, it places a premium on developing strong relationships with its salon partners and offering 360-degree support and turn key programs that go deeper than other brands. UNITE is also one of the rare hair care companies still owned by a hairdresser. Founder Andrew Dale’s career took him from the sophisticated streets of London to the sandy coast of the Pacific where, ultimately, he followed his passion to teach. As a result, UNITE offers not just top tier product but the education and business tools to help a salon thrive.

UNITE boasts a refined line of around 35 exceptionally formulated products for all hair types, with many signature skus coveted by stylists, influencers and celebrities. Products are sold in over 3500 high-end salons around the world and are guaranteed only when purchased through authorized professional beauty outlets and prestige stores, not from a drugstore, supermarket, mass outlet or unauthorized source. UNITE’s flagship salon, where all of the net proceeds go to charity, is located in San Diego, California.  For more information visit www.unitehair.com

Originally posted on Salon Today.

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