Living through the global crisis set off by COVID-19 has left some stylists in precarious positions. The challenges of conducting business while navigating so many unknowns has many beauty professionals looking for some security in their work life, moving forward. Here's where many are finding a great fit.
L'Oreal USA Professional Products Division to support enrolled students with industry-oriented curriculum, guest lectures by experts in the field, and mentorship, apprenticeship and other advancement opportunities.
As an example, dry cleaning a woman's suit jacket for $12 and a man's suit jacket for $8 would constitute a violation of law. Will pricing differently for men and women's haircuts fall under the same reform?
Kline's analysis of product and service sales reveals product sales were strong through the shutdown and after reopening, while certain professional beauty services are stronger than others as clients come back to salons.
Even in a pandemic, veterans are returning from active military duty to prepare for civilian careers that require them to return to school for additional education and training…often beyond what is covered financially by the GI Bill.
Many salons have struggled to survive through COVID-19 closures. As they reopen under new guidelines, salon owners and staff are finding smart ways to adapt and grow their business through access to valuable offers on products and services.
From an eye-opening panel on staff recruitment and retention to examining the seven steps of the client journey, Day Two of the Data-Driven Salon Experience helps you strengthen your business today and prepare for the future.