October 1, 2006
Sure, women in their 30s and 40s might be your bread and butter, but what can you do to attract a cross-section of demographics into your salon? Here, we profile four different client segments — teens, young professionals, baby boomers, and men — and tell you how to capture each segment, what services will delight them, and what the ideal products are to send them home with.
Keywords: building your clientele business building male clients
February 1, 2002
Men-as prospective clients-require different approaches and attitudes to entice them into the salon. Before you decide to market to the opposite sex, you need to make sure you salon and your service menu are ready for them.
Keywords: Cuccio Naturale George Schaeffer male clients men's services niche marketing
October 1, 2000
Nail techs have been taught to do manicures the old-fashioned way: with some water and a good soak. But many say that the age-old technique has become a little dry. Find out why waterless (or dry) manicures can help you do a faster service, among other benefits.
Keywords: dry manicure male clients manicures natural nail care waterless manicures
September 1, 2000
In the 18-or-so months since The Brass Rose in Blairstown, N.J., has opened its doors, owner Rosemary Weiner has seen its male clientele increase from 5%-10% to about 25%.
Keywords: male clients marketing/promotions niche marketing
October 1, 1997
Keywords: George Schaeffer male clients