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Lessons From the Discount Salon Front

January 1, 1999  | Article

There are a couple of practices found in most discount salons that I think all nail salons could learn from.

Keywords: As I See It   discount salons   keeping your business competitive  

When Your Competition Comes Calling

October 1, 1998  | Article

As a salon owner for more than 10 years, I have found myself in some uncomfortable situations—from confronting an employee with poor workmanship to taking a customer to small claims court to recover money form a bad check. But nothing unnerves me more than when a competitor walks through my salon door.

Keywords: keeping your business competitive  

Editor's note: 1997: A Year of Controversy

December 1, 1997  | Article

his year, state boards took a beating, especially in California. Several other states scrutinized whether they even need licensing at all.

Keywords: California state regulations   EMA   keeping your business competitive   licensing   MMA  

Asian Influence: Building A Bridge

April 1, 1997  | Article

As competition increases, the gap between Asian salons and the rest of the industry is actually getting smaller. To keep their English-speaking clientele, Asian nail technicians are making efforts to learn the language and expand their salon services, while non-Asian salons are discovering the value of quick service and client convenience.

Keywords: discount salons   international   keeping your business competitive   licensing   promoting your services  

Day Spa Or Discount Salon? There's Lots Of Room In Between

May 1, 1996  | Article

Keywords: As I See It   discount salons   keeping your business competitive  

Sharing Is Succeeding

April 1, 1996  | Article

Networking with other salons at a tradeshow, or even at an informal breakfast meeting can make many good ideas go a long way.

 

Keywords: Debbie Doerrlamm   finding/retaining staff   keeping your business competitive   marketing/promotions   Paula Gilmore  

Editor's Note: First, Do Great Nails

November 1, 1995  | Article

What is the most important requirement in being successful in the nail industry?

Keywords: keeping your business competitive   professional image  

Aliens Land On Earth And Other New Year's Predictions

January 1, 1995  | Article

Get ready! Predictions on where the nail industry is headed!

Keywords: As I See It   customer service   keeping your business competitive   staff management  

Business Advice From The Pros

December 1, 1993  | Article

Ten seasoned salon professionals offer their best advice for making it in the nail industry today.

Keywords: keeping your business competitive  

Editor's note: Ignore Discount Salons and Do What You Do Best

December 1, 1993  | Article

Keywords: discount salons   keeping your business competitive  

Editor's Note: Take a Risk and Raise Prices

August 1, 1993  | Article

Keywords: As I See It   keeping your business competitive   service pricing  

Editor's note: Who Are Your Competitors?

April 1, 1993  | Article

Keywords: keeping your business competitive   retailing  

Customer Service Ideas for Battling Discount Salons

April 1, 1991  | Article

Start by giving clients know-'em'dead service instead of lowering your prices.

Keywords: customer service   discount salons   keeping your business competitive  

Turn Lost Customers Into New Clients

February 1, 1991  | Article

How to woo customers, wow them, and then win them back. A list of reasons that clients leave you and how to overcome each one.

Keywords: communicating with customers   customer service   discount salons   keeping your business competitive  

Stay Ahead of the Pack With Outstanding Customer Service

December 1, 1990  | Article

As a nail tech it is tempting to specialize in one area, but limiting yourself will result in lost clients, especially in today's recession.

Keywords: customer service   keeping your business competitive  

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