Cidesco Extends Free Membership Offers Into 2018

Photo courtesy of CIDESCO International

Following the success of its free membership offer to spas and salons in 2017, Cidesco has announced it will extend the offer into 2018. Spas and salons across the globe will be able to claim a free year-long Cidesco membership, provided they meet the Cidesco entry and inspection requirements. The offer will be available to to interested spas and salons to take out an annual membership during 2018; new applicants will only be required to pay the one-off application and inspection fee.

“The excellent results from our 2017 Free Membership offer prove that salons and spas are striving for the highest standards, something that a Cidesco membership helps to achieve," says Anna-Cari Gund, Cidesco International president. "We hope to attract more like-minded businesses in 2018 and continue growing the world standard of beauty and spa therapy.”

A Cidesco membership, which is available in 40 countries across five continents, enables members to have their businesses certified with a global accreditation and use of the Cidesco logo on all marketing materials. Additional benefits include instant access to educational documentation and professional papers through the Cidesco Knowledgebase; invitation to the annual Cidesco World Congress; admission to workshops at the Cidesco International and National Congresses; the Cidesco Link International quarterly online magazine; and access to a community of Cidesco students and graduates studying the range of Cidesco Diplomas.


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