Staff meetings have a reputation for making people go “ughhhhh.” But real-life meetings are still one of the most effective ways to keep your staff all on the same page. So what’s a boss to do?
Salons are busy places, and often your mind is on a handful of tasks at one time: phones are ringing, timers are going off, jugs are boiling and, of course, there are clients to attend to! Luckily for the modern salon owner, there are some great apps out there to help streamline and simplify your business.
Thank you to all of our small business customers who have chosen Timely for appointment scheduling. We are 100% committed to providing an amazing solution, and listening to what you need in order to improve our software.
You might be aware that we’ve been working hard on a native Timely app for iOS devices. We're trying to play it cool, but we're pretty dang excited about it.
You might be running one-on-ones and feeling like you’re stuck in the mud, wasting your (and your team’s) time. Maybe you’re doing ok with them, but things aren’t quite gelling and you’re sure they could be better. Or, you’re not even running them at all, put off the idea by your own bad experiences in the past. This post is for all of you.
A quick glance at any newsstand will reveal a multitude of wellness magazines with “healthy,” “fit” bodies shrouding the covers. But take a look around you – those bodies don’t always reflect our world. If you're only using these fitness stereotypes in your marketing, you might be missing out on a whole lot of potential clients.
When I interviewed at Timely, I was asked if I knew what Software as a Service meant. I said yes, because I was pretty sure that I did know. Spoiler alert: I didn't.
I’m chuffed to welcome Ryan Dickison to the Timely team as our first South Island based developer (so far!). Ryan brings a huge amount of software development experience to Timely, including time with Microsoft, Propellerhead and Education Perfect.