Best Advice: Antony Whitaker, Part 2

This week’s Americansalon.com Best Advice video comes from internationally acclaimed, award-winning stylist-turned-educator, motivator, business coach and best-selling author - Antony Whitaker. Starting his career as a stylist with Vidal Sassoon in London (eventually becoming a Sassoon trainer and creative director), Whitaker went on to open his own salons in1990, soon cementing his industry standing with awards for team-building, salon design and marketing, education and photography.

Since then, Whitaker has gone on to develop a global reputation as a passionate and inspiring business presenter, having taken his message on management, money, marketing, team-building and retailing to more than a quarter of a million hairdressers in more than 40 countries. We met up with Whitaker during the recent Paul Mitchell Business rEvolution event, where he gave great advice to someone struggling in the industry or starting off as a salon owner. 

To view his Best Advice, watch the video below.

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To see Part 1, click here.

About: Gordon is Senior Director of Digital at American Salon where he works with the entire editorial team as well as with the considerable resources of parent company Questex to bring you stories, resources and more, 24/7.

Gordon can be found online at facebook.com/gordnm or as @gordnm on Instagram. In real-time, you can find Gordon at major beauty events where he often teaches classes on business and career development as well as best practices in digital and social media.  Email Gordon at [email protected].

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