Building a successful salon business takes time, perseverance and a lot of hard graft, but there are ways to love being a salon boss. I know from experience that as CEO of a busy salon it’s easy to get trapped in the cycle of working all the hours in the day, involving yourself in every aspect of salon life to ensure your business runs smoothly.
Last weekend we joined Habia at Salon International and had an awesome, full-on weekend. It's always such a blast to meet people in the industry and watch the experts at work. I put together a little run-down of what went on so you can relive the magic!
Libby Angus took the plunge into small business ownership to pursue a career in bikini training and social media management. At 21, she found a gap in the market that was not only profitable, but also vital to the health and wellbeing of young women.
Writing may not be your passion, but hair, beauty and business is. Every blog is different, and every writer has their own unique style. Some days it's easy to get the ink flowing, and other days you may be be faced with writer’s block – it happens to us all. If you need some inspiration to get started on your blogging journey, here are a few things to consider.
Last week we welcomed Marlia Morris to the team (alongside Sam Barton), who has joined our customer onboarding unit to help us provide fast, friendly, knowledgeable help while businesses set up their trial and get rolling with Timely.
Lovely photos of your team is a wonderful way to introduce them to new customers; it can also mean the difference between that person choosing you or one of your competitors. So I've put together a few easy tips on taking photos that will help you present your team well.
Sam Barton has joined us (alongside Marlia Morris) in the customer onboarding team this past week, and is already straight into helping businesses smoothly move their data from other booking systems across to Timely.
We've all seen it: a salon or spa that so effortlessly succeeds it almost seems like magic. You look at them and think they probably never have to discipline their staff, they never have to worry about what they're going to post on socials, and they always have plenty of time for family.
Writing a blog isn’t for everyone. But if you’re looking to be a leader in your industry, it’s a great way to assert your voice and gain some cred. Even if you don’t feel wild about writing, you still probably have a treasure trove of knowledge about your profession that would appeal to many people. We’re here to simplify the process, and help you find your voice.