In this month’s article we take a look at an often neglected area of salon business that, if given the attention it deserves, can separate your salon from your competition’s and can dramatically help your business survive (and even thrive) in the current economic downturn.In the current economic climate many salons will do 1 of 3 things:1: do nothing and hope for the best (the business equivalent of sitting in a leaking boat and hoping the tide will go out before you sink), 2: start slashing prices (not attractive to potential clients and does nothing but lose you more money), 3: start using cheap products hoping clients won’t notice (note: clients will notice and they won’t like it).But while many salons will do one of these 3 things, there will be a small percentage of salons that will be tapping into the 1 area of salon business that costs the least but can do the most for your business in these uncertain times. This area is service. It could be said that running a salon is like playing tennis, “if you ace the service you’re half way to winning. If not, you could have a long hard slog just to… Read full this story
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