Showing appreciation to clients can be done in a variety of ways, with a free bow or bandanna, with great customer service or even with a simple “thank you.”
Just as in the human beauty industry, there are products designed to enhance or reduce almost any feature and to alleviate any problem.
A good boss acknowledges employees’ accomplishments–as well as their birthdays–and maintains a winning attitude even when they are having a rough day.
Keeping grooming equipment up to date will not only save time and money, it will also prevent accidents.
When purchasing a salon’s high-cost basics, groomers may become anxious, but with a lot of research and some sound advice, there is no need to fret.
A salon that incorporates spa elements into its business is likely to increase its profits and raise its status in the community.
There are so many brushes and combs on the market; how does a groomer choose the right one for the task at hand?
Pet stylists should always have a variety of clippers in the salon so that they can choose the best option for the job at hand.
To price grooming services correctly, research costs and demographics, then calculate markup.
Many salons can make more money simply by offering add-on services and products.
Every groomer should have a marketing plan that targets the local demographic and gets dog owners to walk through the salon’s door.
Groomers should know how to deshed and demat effectively, and what tools to use to accomplish these tasks.
The right force or high-velocity dryer can save time, cut down on labor and increase a grooming shop’s bottom line.
Every grooming business should consider a bathing system, if it hasn’t already put one into use.