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Episode 162

11 October 2022

There are many salon owners who decide to make the journey from one salon to two or more salons, only to then go back to one. 

Obviously, there are many reasons why that might happen, but they do often have certain things in common. 

My guest on today's podcast is a salon owner who has made that journey, and his story could be the story of many others. His name is Simon Matthews from The Simon John Salon in the UK, and in today's episode, Simon shares his journey and the lessons learned along the way.

In today’s podcast, we discuss:

  • Why bigger doesn’t mean better.
  • How his salon has adopted a 4-day work week… and 
  • The benefits of building one successful salon business rather than spreading yourself across multiple locations.  

And lots more!

 

In this Episode:

[00:40] Today’s guest is Simon Matthews.

[01:57] Simon tells us about himself.

[03:18] Simon’s vision when opening his first salon.

[04:27] Why Simon opened a second salon.

[05:51] Simon talks about his third salon.

[08:42] Some of the challenges Simon faced.

[13:33] Simon discusses atmosphere.

[15:35] Atmosphere vs. culture.

[17:09] The key to successful expansion.

[19:59] How Simon got turned out on a fourth salon.

[22:26] Why Simon scaled back down to one salon.

[25:20] How COVID affected Simon’s business.

[27:47] Simon is profiting more now with only one salon!

[29:44] What changes has Simon made to how he runs things?

[32:27] How Simon assigns shifts.

[35:38] Simon’s payment process.

[39:08] What does Simon’s work schedule look like?

[40:41] Where Simon can be reached.

 

Thanks so much for joining me this week. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review. Ratings and reviews are beneficial and greatly appreciated! 

They do matter in the rankings of the show and help other people find my podcast. 

I also love to hear what’s been helpful and what you love about the podcast! Just click here to review, scroll to the bottom, tap “Ratings and Reviews,” tap to rate with 5 stars, and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favourite part of the podcast is.

Thank you for your support! Until next time!

Antony

 

Links and Resources:

Grow My Salon Business 

Website | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube

 

Simon John Hair Limited

Instagram | Facebook | TikTok

Episode 159

20 September 2022

I'm currently doing a monthly series of Facebook live interviews on behalf of John Paul Mitchell Systems. And both the guests and the content have been great, so I am also repurposing them as my weekly podcasts.

The first one is today's episode where I spoke with Clinton Norris and Lucas Doney who, along with Clinton's wife Lauren, are salon and school owners in San Diego. 

They are also extremely nice people who have some interesting insights into the salon of today!

I know you will enjoy this episode where we discuss:

  • Changing salon business models 
  • Business in a post-Covid world
  • Generational changes
  • Life as an educator…

And lots more!

In this Episode:

[03:17] Origins of the name of Clinton, Lucas, and Lauren’s salon and creative space; Citizen. 

[05:22] Unique elements that make Citizen more than just a regular salon.

[07:29] Lucas, Clinton, and Lauren’s approach to curating their creative space. 

[10:45] The very effective hybrid business model that is utilized at Citizen. 

[15:23] How they have built a healthy team culture at Citizen. 

[22:34] An explanation of the tiered rental system at Citizen. 

[29:50] Desires and expectations of new generation hairdressers.

[37:23] The core values of Citizen. 

[40:58] Experimentation that has characterized Citizen’s first few years in business.

[42:51] How Paul Mitchell has influenced the way Clinton and Lucas approach their work. 

[47:09] Why the percentage of Citizen’s revenue that comes from retail is very high.  

[51:40] Exploring the educational component of Lucas and Clinton’s working lives. 

[56:22] Clinton and Lucas share their thoughts on how new generation hairdressers are changing the industry. 

 

Thanks so much for joining me this week. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! 

They do matter in the rankings of the show and help other people find my podcast. 

I also love to hear what’s been helpful and what you love about the podcast! Just click here to review, scroll to the bottom, tap “Ratings and Reviews” tap to rate with 5 stars and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favourite part of the podcast is. Thank you for your support!

Special thanks to Clinton and Lucas for sharing their insights with me for this week’s episode. Until next time!

 

Antony

 

Links and Resources:

Grow My Salon Business 

Website | Facebook | Instagram

 

Citizen

Website | Instagram | Facebook | Book an Appointment

 

VARSITY Hair Education

Instagram | Facebook

 

Clinton Norris

Instagram

 

Lucas Doney

Instagram

Episode 157

6 September 2022

“It’s easier to prevent a problem from happening in the first place than to try and solve it once it’s happening.”

Team culture is established whether you consciously create it or not, so to ensure that you and your team members are on the same page and thus avoid conflict down the line, the best time to establish a culture within your business is at the very beginning. Although this isn’t an easy task, it is certainly worth it!

In this episode, we discuss:

  • How to create a healthy team culture within your salon.
  • The importance of consistency.
  • Resources that will help you successfully establish a team culture. 

And more!

In this Episode:

[01:09] How to leave a review for the podcast (which we would greatly appreciate!).

[01:32] The email that inspired today’s episode.  

[03:20] When a business culture should be established.

[04:19] How to establish a culture within your business.

[07:48] The importance of consistency in building a team culture (even though it’s hard!).

[10:08] What you need to accept if you want to change the culture in an established business.

[10:51] An overview of the four ways to prevent workplace conflict relating to culture.

[15:47] The benefits of building a healthy business culture. 

[16:20] Resources that can help you along your journey of establishing a culture within your salon! 

 

Thanks so much for joining me this week. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! 

They do matter in the rankings of the show and help other people find my podcast. 

I also love to hear what’s been helpful and what you love about the podcast! Just click here to review, scroll to the bottom, tap “Ratings and Reviews” tap to rate with 5 stars and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favourite part of the podcast is. Thank you for your support!

 

Until next time!

Antony

 

Links and Resources:

Grow My Salon Business 

Website | Facebook | Instagram

Grow Resources

Grow 2: Management | Grow 3: Team | Grow Management: Online Course

Episode 156

6 September 2022

As a former salon owner and business coach, I am very aware of the ever-evolving business models in the industry and the challenges that these create for some people.

I have often thought about why more salons haven’t tried to grow in the same ways that law firms, accountancy firms, and architecture firms do; by having a partnership model that not only creates a career path and profit sharing for the partners but also allows the company to keep growing.

My guest on today’s episode is Blake Evans from Shear Art Salon in Tampa, Florida. Not only do they have a very impressive partnership model, but Blake is happy for me to dig in and ask exactly how it works.

So, in today’s podcast, we will discuss:

  • How do you decide who will be invited into the partnership program?
  • How do they buy into the partnership?
  • How is their shareholding valued?
  • What happens when partners want to sell their shares?

And lots more!

In this Episode:

[03:08] An overview of Blake’s transition from marketing student to hairdresser.

[06:02] Blake’s advice for finding the right salon for you, and why he chose Shear Art.

[08:36] The evolution of Blake’s career at Shear Art, from assistant to owner.

[11:21] Benefits of a partnership model.

[13:26] Factors that drove the founder of Shear Art to implement a partnership/shareholder model in the salon.

[19:00] What Blake loves about the shareholder model at Shear Art.

[21:11] Blake explains how an employee can become a partner at Shear Art.

[25:53] The different investment options that incoming partners can choose between.

[31:43] Examples of the different roles that are held by Shear Art shareholders.

[34:30] How Blake’s marketing background has impacted the way he does business.

[37:13] Blake explains how partners are paid.

[41:53] How Shear Art shares are valued.

[46:33] Some of the clauses in the Shear Art shareholder contract.

[50:32] Blake shares some examples of how decisions are made in Shear Art’s partnership/shareholder model.

[54:34] The challenges of a partnership/shareholder model.

[1:00:21] Final words of wisdom from Blake about living in an ever-evolving world!

 

Thanks so much for joining me this week. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated!

They do matter in the rankings of the show and help other people find my podcast.

I also love to hear what’s been helpful and what you love about the podcast! Just click here to review, scroll to the bottom, tap “Ratings and Reviews” tap to rate with 5 stars and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favourite part of the podcast is. Thank you for your support!

Special thanks to Blake for sharing his insights with me for this week’s episode.

Until next time!

Antony

 

Links and Resources:

Grow My Salon Business

Website | Facebook | Instagram

 

Shear Art Salon

Website | Facebook | Instagram

 

Blake Reed Evans

Instagram | Facebook | TikTok

Episode 155

24 August 2022

There are a lot of people that will talk about how tough the past couple of years have been, and rightly so in many cases. 

But if there’s one thing I’ve learned in my 40 years in this industry, it is that to succeed, you have to continually evolve. You can’t stand still and dine out on yesterday’s glories, and you can’t be afraid to continually reinvent and evolve your business… 

My guest today very much shares those sentiments. Her name is Mia De Vries, and amongst other things, she is a salon owner, business coach, and founder of ‘The Secret Fox’ online education company.

In today’s podcast, we discuss:

  • No longer working Saturdays and embracing a 4 day work week.
  • The importance of finding life and business balance
  • Motivation and people management

And lots more!

 

In this Episode:

[02:27] Mia shares an overview of her business and personal life.

[04:54] Business “meltdowns” that Mia has experienced and the biggest lesson that she learned from them.

[09:11] Mia’s joy-seeking approach to business. 

[10:44] Factors that influenced Mia’s decision to close her salon on Saturdays and how she subsequently restructured her employee’s working hours. 

[16:06] What Mia believes to be the secret to successfully stepping away from the chair without losing clients. 

[18:43] Additional ways that Mia has cultivated a flexible culture in her salon. 

[20:29] Reasons for the big renovation that Mia’s salon recently underwent and the various other changes that have accompanied this. 

[25:20] A story that epitomizes the special relationships that hairdressers can develop with their clients.  

[30:38] The characteristics that Mia believes have been foundational to her success. 

[31:36] Offerings that are available via Mia’s online education company, The Secret Fox (and the inspiration behind the founding of the company).

[36:23] Mia’s thoughts about the influence of social media in the hairdressing and hair education space.

[47:47] Mia’s approach to improving productivity and dealing with conflict in her salon. 

[57:19] A discussion about all things financial in The Fox & The Hair Salon. 

[1:01:00] Reasons why The Fox & The Hair hasn’t been affected by the shift away from traditional salon business models. 

[1:03:27] What Mia wishes she was better at.

[1:05:59] The value in asking for help.   

 

Thanks so much for joining me this week. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! 

They do matter in the rankings of the show and help other people find my podcast. 

I also love to hear what’s been helpful and what you love about the podcast! Just click here to review, scroll to the bottom, tap “Ratings and Reviews” tap to rate with 5 stars and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favourite part of the podcast is. Thank you for your support!

Special thanks to Mia for sharing her insights with me for this week’s episode.

Until next time!

Antony

 

Links and Resources:

Grow My Salon Business 

Website | Facebook | Instagram

 

The Fox & The Hair

Instagram | Facebook

 

The Secret Fox

Website | Instagram | Facebook

Episode 149

12 July 2022

How Technology Can Streamline All Your HR Needs with Ian Egerton

As I often say, we are in the ‘people business.’ This means that our primary product is the people who sit in our chairs and the services we offer to make our clients happy. 

But from the salon owners' perspective, we are also in the ‘people business’ in that because our teams are also our product and our most important asset.

The Human Resource (HR) regulation around employees varies from country to country but no matter where you are listening to this podcast there are almost definitely more complexities around managing your team today than there were 5 years ago. 

And managing those complexities takes time, and time is money. 

My guest on today's podcast is Ian Egerton, hairdresser, salon owner, and the founder of Loop HR Salon Software. Ian’s software solution makes the HR component not just much easier to manage, but also extremely professional. 

In today’s podcast we will discuss:

  • The role of ‘HR’ in a successful salon
  • The benefits of getting more organised, systemised, and automated when it comes to HR… 

And lots more!

 

In this Episode:

 

[02:39] An overview of Ian’s journey from “Saturday boy” in his local salon to the founder of Loop HR.

[08:55] Ian’s approach to business development.

[11:48] Origins of the name Loop HR. 

[14:25] Experiences that motivated Ian to found Loop HR.

[16:24] An explanation of how Loop HR works. 

[24:01] The 4 pillars of business, and where Loop HR fits in amongst them.

[24:52] Elements that make Loop HR unique.

[25:30] Examples of Loop HR in action.

[30:56] How to use Loop HR. 

[32:33] The benefits that Loop HR provides to salon employees.

[37:52] Ian explains how salon owners can integrate Loop HR into their systems (and the assistance that he offers).

[41:15] The 3 subscription-based packages offered by Loop HR.

[43:10] Ian’s greatest joy.  

 

Thanks so much for joining me this week. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! 

They do matter in the rankings of the show and help other people find my podcast. 

I also love to hear what’s been helpful and what you love about the podcast! Just click here to review, scroll to the bottom, tap “Ratings and Reviews” tap to rate with 5 stars and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favourite part of the podcast is. Thank you for your support!

Special thanks to Ian for sharing his insights with me for this week’s episode. Until next time!

 

Antony

 

Links and Resources:

Grow My Salon Business 

Website | Facebook | Instagram

 

Loop HR

Website – Free Trial

Episode 148

5 July 2022

What Does it Take to Bounce Back from COVID (and Everything Else Life Can Throw at You)? 

This week is ‘Part 2’ of the ‘Comeback Stories’ series, where I again talk to a salon owner couple about how they’ve bounced back after a tough couple of years. 

With the challenges that the world is going through at the moment, it’s important to be focusing on the success stories and the opportunities that difficult times can sometimes present.

The last two years have been a testing time for most of us, and my guests today are no exception. Their business and their personal lives have had numerous changes thrust upon them that were beyond their control.  

But despite that, they have come out the other end in good shape we can all learn from their resilience, their willpower, their strength, and their courage in the face of adversity. 

Today I am talking to Todd and Audra Wise from the Color Pop salon in Texas.

In today’s episode we will discuss:

  • Their business journey pre and post covid
  • Dealing with significant personal health challenges
  • Finding balance in both personal and business commitments

And lots more!

In this Episode:

[02:32] A brief overview of what Todd and Audra’s career paths have consisted of to date.

[05:08] Audra explains what motivated her to open her own salon and the shock that she and Todd received 8 months later.

[07:18] Why Todd and Audra didn’t receive financial assistance for their salon, Color Pop, when the COVID-19 pandemic hit.

[09:46]  The “lean” approach that Audra and Todd adopted to make it through the pandemic.

[12:48] The mindset and support system that helped Audra deal with her breast cancer diagnosis and treatment.

[19:44] Some of the most important lessons that Audra has learned through the challenges that life has presented her with over the past few years. 

[24:25] The effort that was required on the business side to help Color Pop bounce back.  

[26:22] Changes that Todd and Audra made to their pricing strategy post-COVID.

[27:34] Why Audra and Todd decided not to increase their prices when they reopened after the shutdown.

[28:38] Color Pop’s number one marketing tool. 

[29:38] Some of the innovative marketing initiatives that Todd and Audra have implemented, and how they have helped Color Pop grow. 

[34:04] The philosophy that is foundational to the way Todd lives his life.

[35:59] What Audra sees as her biggest strengths, and the daily practices that help her feel at peace. 

[37:16] Todd and Audra’s plans for the future. 

 

Thanks so much for joining me this week. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! 

They do matter in the rankings of the show and help other people find my podcast. 

I also love to hear what’s been helpful and what you love about the podcast! Just click here to review, scroll to the bottom, tap “Ratings and Reviews” tap to rate with 5 stars and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favourite part of the podcast is. Thank you for your support!

Special thanks to Todd and Audra for sharing their story with me for this week’s episode. Until next time!

 

Antony

 

Links and Resources:

Grow My Salon Business 

Website | Facebook | Instagram

 

Color Pop Salons

Website | Facebook | Instagram

 

Todd Wise 

Instagram

 

Audra Wise

Instagram

Episode 141

17 May 2022

There are many qualities to take into consideration if you are going to refer to a salon business as being one of the best in the world’

When it comes to great leadership, a fantastic culture, excellent training, a real career path, great team retention, and consistently having 20% plus in retail and having a very profitable business, there are two salons that really stand out to me.

The first one is JUUT Salons, whose owner, David Wagner, I interviewed on a previous episode. If you haven’t checked it out yet, go back and have a listen. 

The second is Van Michael Salon, and today I’m going to be speaking to Van Council, the founder and co-owner of this incredible business which sets the bar at a level that very few salons can come close to! 

In today’s podcast we will discuss:

  • Adapting your business model to the times
  • The importance of standards, training, systems and exceptional service
  • Lessons in leadership… 

And lots more!

 

In this Episode:

 

[04:36] What drew Van to hairdressing, and an overview of his +45 year career in the salon industry (and his experience working in construction).

[13:01] Valuable lessons that Van learnt during the time he spent living in London.

[16:37] Van explains what motivated him to open his own business, Van Michael Salon. 

[20:44] Growth that Van Michael Salon has experienced over the years. 

[25:05] What Van wishes he had known when he co-founded Van Michael Salon.

[27:08] Key elements which have resulted in the very successful expansion of Van Michael Salon. 

[34:48] Examples of the effort that Van puts in to make his salons stand out.

[36:36] Unique features of the Van Michael Salon call centre.

[41:24] Skills that Van drew on when he was working behind the chair, which he is now teaching to his staff. 

[43:31] Van’s thoughts on why Atlanta has a particularly strong salon based business culture in comparison to other areas.

[45:59] How Van branched his business out into Japan, and lessons from there that he has brought back to his American based salons. 

[51:49] Changes that Van is working into his business model.

[59:54] An overview of the two-year training program that Van takes new employees through, and the philosophy that he instils in them during this time.

[1:10:32] The level system at Van Michael Salon.

[1:13:48] Metrics that Van aims to maintain in his salons (and goals that he has for the future).

[1:20:15] Van’s approach to creating a healthy company culture, his biggest strength as a leader, and advice for hiring employees. 

 

Thanks so much for joining me this week. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! 

They do matter in the rankings of the show and help other people find my podcast. 

I also love to hear what’s been helpful and what you love about the podcast! Just click here to review, scroll to the bottom, tap “Ratings and Reviews” tap to rate with 5 stars and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favourite part of the podcast is. Thank you for your support!

Special thanks to Van for sharing his story with me for this week’s episode. Until next time!

Antony

 

Links and Resources:

 

Grow My Salon Business 

Website | Facebook | Instagram

 

Van Michael Salon

Website | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook

 

Van Michael Studio

Instagram

 

Van Council

Instagram

Episode 136

12 April 2022

What Does It Take to Build a Multi Salon Brand Where Everyone Is a Winner? With JUUT Salon Owner David Wagner.

Many people open a salon with a dream to grow it into a big business. Unfortunately, only very few achieve that dream. 

In today's hairdressing industry there has been a growth in the independent stylist. The salon suite, The booth renter. The freelancer. The business unit of 1. But that business model certainly isn’t for everyone.

You can still build a brand, create a career path, and offer training and benefits and an amazing workplace culture that gives people a place to belong that is bigger than just them.

My guest on today's podcast has done that and so much more. He is David Wagner; hairstylist, artist, entrepreneur, educator, author and founder and owner of JUUT Salons.

In today’s episode we discuss:

  • What it takes to build a successful salon brand
  • The meaning of being a ‘day maker’
  • Creating salon culture 
  • The Covid impact …

And so much more!

 

In this Episode:

[03:13] David shares an overview of his journey from one of the very first Horst Rechelbacher scholars to the founder and CEO of Juut Salonspa.

[12:45] How David transformed a last-place salon into a first-place salon. 

[15:02] The serendipitous moment that David decided to open his own salon, and the growth that his business experienced in its first 3 years.

[17:05] Why David recommends either having one salon or more than two, and growing through acquisition rather than building from the ground up. 

[23:34] The key to successfully running salons across multiple states. 

[27:24] David shares the experiences which inspired Daymaker Movement, and his book, Life As a Daymaker.

[36:36] What David has learned about the value that the hairdressing professional brings to people’s lives. 

[41:22] How David created (and maintains) a thriving employee-based culture in his salons.  

[55:03] Why David refers to his salons as a collection rather than a chain. 

[57:14] The percentage of revenue that David considers to be a good profit (and why this has gone down over time).

[1:01:11] David’s suggestion for measuring retail sales. 

[1:04:10] An overview of the payment structure at Juut. 

[1:06:05] David shares his thoughts on the evolution of the salon suite model. 

[1:09:57] The impact that the Covid-19 pandemic has had on David’s business.

[1:14:44] What David believes to be his greatest strengths, the lesson that he would like to pass onto future generations of hairstylists, and what he wishes he was better at.

[1:21:43] Traits that David believes make for a good leader.

 

Thanks so much for joining me this week. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! 

They do matter in the rankings of the show and help other people find my podcast. 

I also love to hear what’s been helpful and what you love about the podcast! Just click here to review, scroll to the bottom, tap “Ratings and Reviews” tap to rate with 5 stars and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favourite part of the podcast is. Thank you for your support!

Special thanks to David for sharing his insights with me for this week’s episode. Until next time!

 

Antony

 

Links and Resources:

Grow My Salon Business 

Website | Facebook | Instagram

 

Juut Salonspa

Website | Instagram | Facebook

 

David Wagner 

LinkedIn | Instagram

 

Daymaker Movement

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Podcast

 

Life As a Daymaker

Book

Episode 128

15 February 2022

Navigating Change in the Salon Industry with Robert and Mary Cromeans

My guests on this episode have been on the show before. In fact, they were the very first guests I had, way back in March 2018! They are Robert and Mary Cromeans who have a salon business based in San Diego.

Aside from our conversation in 2018 they were also part of a group podcast interview I did with them when Covid first reared its ugly head about two years ago… 

Two years is a long time in business, especially in today's world, and Robert and Mary have never been afraid to change their business, so it is interesting to see how their salons and their thinking has evolved since we last spoke…

In this episode we discuss:

  • How their salon business has changed
  • What flexibility looks like for them and their team 
  • Positive things have come out of Covid for them

And lots more!

In this Episode:

[04:15] What Robert and Mary’s lives looked like prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, and how they have drastically changed since. 

[12:20] Challenges that Robert and Mary have experienced recently with regard to staff turnover.

[14:19] The training model which has been instituted at the Cromeans’ new salon, The Cutting Room, and how its first 6 weeks in business have been. 

[21:41] Culture that is being cultivated at The Cutting Room.

[24:13] How Mary has elevated her game as a hairdresser, and the hands-on role that Robert plays in The Cutting Room. 

[27:44] Putting some numbers to the Great Resignation concept. 

[28:42] Flexibility that hairdressers are looking for, and how the Cromeans’ are adapting their salons to respond to these desires. 

[37:17] Why virtual consultations are so valuable (in and out of pandemic times). 

[40:40] Examples of how client requests have changed since the pandemic. 

[43:26] The deskless, cash free system that the Cromeans’ have adopted in their salons. 

[47:33] What hairdressers often don’t realize when they transition from being an employee to a freelancer.  

[48:57] “Fewer clients, more services;” why Mary and Robert have continued with this model, despite Covid restrictions being lifted. 

[54:20] The “Trifecta of Success” that the Cromeans’ aim to achieve in their salons. 

[56:00] Retail elements of Robert and Mary’s business. 

[58:18] Mary and Robert’s thoughts on at-home hairdressing services. 

[1:02:12] Salon Scale; how it works and why it’s a must-have! 

 

Thanks so much for joining me this week. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! 

They do matter in the rankings of the show and help other people find my podcast. 

I also love to hear what’s been helpful and what you love about the podcast! Just click here to review, scroll to the bottom, tap “Ratings and Reviews” tap to rate with 5 stars and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favourite part of the podcast is. Thank you for your support!

Special thanks to Robert and Mary for sharing their insights with me for this week’s episode. Until next time!

 

Antony

 

Links and Resources:

 

Grow My Salon Business 

Website | Facebook | Instagram

 

Mary Cromeans 

Instagram

 

Robert Cromeans

Instagram | Facebook

 

Salons

A Robert Cromeans Salon | The Cutting Room | Walk In

 

Salon Scale

Website

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