Andis Hosts First Global Education Summit

The group of educators at the first-ever Andis Global Education Summit

Earlier this month, Andis hosted the brand’s global education teams at its first Global Education Summit. Held at its corporate headquarters and the SC Johnson iMET Center in Sturtevant, Wisconsin, the manufacturer of handheld tools for barber, beauty and animal grooming industries brought together 33 educators from several different countries including the United States, England, Australia, Canada, Chile, Sweden and Spain to share industry insights and trends, sharpen their skills as presenters and brand ambassadors, and provide input on future education programs. 

“At Andis, education has always been at the forefront of our business and we are very excited to host these talented professionals from around the globe,” said Karen Formico, Vice President of Marketing, “As a 95-year-old company, we are proud to share our industry experience as we develop the tools and resources needed to teach the art of clipper cutting and inspire barbers, stylists and animal groomers."

The two-day event also included sessions on new Andis products and branding on social media, with best educator practices lead by Andis Animal Education Manager, Megan Mouser and Barber & Beauty Education Manager, Jessica Zeinstra.

About Andis Company: Andis Company, a family held business founded in 1922, is a manufacturer of handheld tools to trim, cut, curl, straighten and dry hair. The company’s products are purchased in more than 90 countries by barbers and salon professionals, consumers, hotels, motels, resorts, small animal groomers and large animal groomers and shearers. To find a local distributor, call 800-558-9441 or visit www.andis.com. 

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