I’m thinking about doing a client survey. What questions should I include and what’s the best way to go about it?
Reader to Reader: Is it OK to date a client? Why or why not?
How do I get a small business loan to open my own nail salon?
Reader to Reader: How are general cleaning duties delegated and enforced at your salon?
Reader to Reader: What is your biggest time-waster in the salon?
Reader to Reader: What was the best holiday gift you've ever received from a client?
Reader to Reader: In regards to your nail business, what has been your smartest investment?
Reader to Reader: For those of you who work in full-service salons, how would you characterize the relationship between nail techs and hairstylists?
Reader to Reader: What was the most important thing you learned in beauty school?
Reader to Reader: What’s been your best salon theme party to date?
Reader to Reader: Do you visit other salons for “research” purposes?
Reader to Reader: How often do you reevaluate your service menu?
Reader to Reader: How do you pass the hours during a slow day at the salon?
How young is too young? What is your policy when it comes to putting enhancements on teens?
Reader to Reader: What is your favorite nail service to do and why?
Would you continue to do nails if you were financially independent?
What is the best way to handle no-shows?
How do I approach our employees about staying in the salon when it's not busy?
How do I avoid raising prices in this economy when my product costs are increasing?
How do I know if a salon is right for me?
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