January 1, 2000
Shrinkage is the term retailers use to describe missing product inventory. Simple employee error or sticky fingers can be the culprit. We asked the Secrets team for their view on this retailing pitfall in this month’s business-building update.
Who leads when other follow? Who sets the standard? Who are the trend setters?
Mary Kennebeck is nothing if not solution-minded. She’s the original “can-do” gal.
December 1, 1999
We’re going to be here for you next month, next year, next century, and into the next millennium, just like we are today.
November 1, 1999
When Nadine Galli, OPI’s Southern California Regional Manager, visited Secrets for their monthly status meeting, she walked into a salon that was bustling with clients engaged in a myriad of salon services. The same clients were also leaving the salon having purchased the OPI retail products the salon now sells.
October 1, 1999
It’s not the first time Tom Bachik has immersed tiny objects in acrylic to produce a new art form. He’s sunk small dried flowers, beads, sand, and more into a few nails.
Show [Us] Your...Creative Space8 photos
Pink Products with a Purpose21 photos
A calming and nurturing environment offering massage, body treatments, skin care services, and more; with private treatment rooms, showering, and...
Am I Losing My Touch Applying Acrylics?
Should I have a TV in my salon?
Do I need a special permit to do medical pedicures?
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