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by Ivan Zoot
Gift certificates are sales today and butts in seats tomorrow… and especially in the coming months after the holiday rush. They can also be some insurance against slower times.
Small Business Saturday happens right after Thanksgiving, and can be an excellent time for local barbershops and beauty salons to capitalize on the occasion.
Running a barbershop is fairly easy. Killing a barber business is even easier. Here are my top five tips to run your barbershop business out of business.
You are getting busier and getting push back from long time walk-in folks about your wait times. Perhaps it is time to explore “Next Up” service.
Not all business is good business. Sometimes, for the good of the business, the good of the haircutter and the good of the client, it is time to fire a client.
Barbering is a pretty simple game. And like any other game, the barbering game has rules. It is nice to win, but you have to follow the rules in order to do so. Here are my top-five rules for playing the barber game.
I started with a cosmetology license a long time ago. Thirty years later I am an old barber guy. Along the way I have learned a few old barber guy tricks.
Getting and staying healthy in the salon or barbershop is about establishing healthy routines and sticking to your program, no matter what the day throws at you.
Supply and demand, a basic law of economics, dictates pricing in most industries. We haircutters have a lot to learn.
Tip #5 of 10 in the series - Catch-up time – Use the ability to block out time in your book to slot “catch-up” time.