Before Qnity President Erin Kuhn takes the stage at Serious Business 2022, she discusses the need for financial literacy in the professional beauty industry and how owners can help their team members gain knowledge make better decisions about their careers.
Washington's too crazy for me—that's what I always thought, until Covid hit me. And that's when I started paying more attention. Read on for some of the proposed budget plans that could offer some relief to salon pros.
“Salon professionals can misunderstand making money with building wealth, and without a timely heads up, leave the salon with little to show for a lifetime of salon work. I’ve seen this happen too many times.”
Getting employees to appreciate the importance of THE FUTURE with a 401K plan is the goal of Arik Efros, co-owner of the Eva Scrivo Salon. Efros outlines the importance of this perk and explains why many of the people in their NYC salon have already a nice bundle waiting for them upon retirement.
The Small Business Administration (SBA) offers a number loan of programs designed to support businesses impacted by disasters. The two main loan programs currently offered in response to the COVID-19 pandemic are: Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL).
Salon POS solutions range in price from free to $200/month and up. Typically prices are based on the number of users, and there may be additional costs for installation, hardware, and payment processing.
Salon point-of-sale systems do a lot more than take payments and schedule appointments. Salon management software automates marketing, inventory, reporting, and staff management, freeing up owners to focus on the work they enjoy.
After a two-salon test near its Columbus, Ohio, headquarters, shoe retailer DSW is installing five more nail salons in other stores this year, with plans to ultimately launch salons in half of its more than 500 stores.