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ArtistOnGo Lets Stylists Control When and Where They Work

They get to pick everything from the salon they wish to work at, their schedule, and their service prices without having to pay salon commissions.

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Help in Applying for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance

Tyler Turner launched a Facebook page to help stylists understand how to apply for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) program benefits. It has been a labor of love and has offered invaluable support to self-employed beauty professionals.

She Is Fighting for Self-Employed "Business of One" Artists

Gina Rivera is lobbying lawmakers to include provisions in COVID-19 stimulus plans to help self-employed stylists, manicurists, and other beauty and wellness professionals.

Sola Salon Studios Opens 500th Location

This milestone means 15,000 beauty professionals now call Sola home.

Genbook Helps Stylists Maintain Focus and Elevate Experience

Entrepreneurs need to find solutions to streamline their businesses so they can attend to their clients and their craft.

Salon Labor and Wage Laws Focus of PBA Symposium

Beauty experts took a deep dive into compliance for owners. The event was sold-out.

ALERT: New 2020 Law Requires CA Booth Renters to Meet These Requirements

While this law doesn’t apply outside of California, it could become a model for other states.  Salons utilizing renters will have to run a much tighter ship and booth renters will need to show specific ways in which they are independent from the salon owner.

Operating Independently? Let Software Guide Your Business

The secret to keeping your clients happy in your chair and out of the salon!

You’re A Solo Artist But You Never Have To Be Alone

Going into business for yourself in a salon suite for the first time is an exciting step in a professional beauty career. It can also be a little scary to think about working alone, without a boss or manager to turn to for help. But guess what? You really aren’t alone!

Landmark CA Legislation Defines "Independent Contractor"

AB 5 does provide relief for establishment owners that both work as stylists themselves as well as rent booth space.