Taking Your Career to the Next Level – our interview with Al Edmondson, owner of A Cut Above the Rest Barbershop on what it really takes to succeed in the barber industry.
It is important to always have your business cards handy so you’re ready for the next opportunity when it arises. During the Ohio Hair Symposium this past weekend, I had the chance to network and exchange business cards with a number
Third annual Crossroad Barber & Beauty Expo in Schererville, IN. The Crossroads Barber Competition this past weekend was a major win for all the salon professionals who attended. Here’s my play-by-play recap:
Setting aside time to review your revenue and where it came from (your numbers) can help you identify gaps in your scheduling, productivity and profits.
Salon Marketing on Social Media The goal of social media is to share information and to develop social and professional contacts. The global use of social media makes it an ideal avenue for salon marketing. However, many salon professionals fail
The Bronner Bros. Beauty Show provides licensed hair stylists and barbers with extensive education and learning. Tons of exhibitors had styling tools, supplies and techniques, but our salon marketing tools were a unique offering. BestDooz was the NEW thing!
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Millions of people use social media sites to connect, share and socialize with local businesses. Learn common mistakes to avoid and how to reach your ideal clients with ease.