Salon Success: Where is the Industry Heading?

Antony Whitaker, ‘The Two Minute Salon Manager’ from growmysalonbusiness.com poses the following questions: “What will the business model of the future look like? Will it be a viable business model that allows salon owners and staff to make a decent living, and run profitable businesses that enable us to reinvest into training our teams and developing our services. Is it going to be an industry that you want your children to go into? Will it be a more or less respected craft than what it is today?”

 

About: Antony Whitaker is Mr. Motivation! The ultimate educator and motivator, with a worldwide reputation based on more than 30 years experience in the hairdressing industry. He is internationally acclaimed as a gifted, multi award-winning stylist-turned-educator, motivator, business coach and best-selling author of the GROW book series. Twice named Australian hairdresser of the year. UK based Antony is now recognised and respected worldwide as the industry’s leading motivational speaker, having taken his message on management, money, marketing, team-building and retailing to more than 250,0000 hairdressers in more than 40 countries. His GROW series of inspirational books for hairdressers, salon owners and managers sets a new benchmark of business excellence for hairdressers. To find out more or to subscribe to his inspirational ‘Unplugged’ audio club featuring monthly interviews with industry icons, or to enquire about a limited amount of one to one telephone coaching for salon owners and managers visit www.growmysalonbusiness.com.

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