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3·6·5 Autumn/Winter Symposium

Monday, 08 October 2018 16:38

Key business builders and industry influencers recently met up for a 2-day networking event and business conference hosted by 3.6.5. -  the subscription-based core salon business coaching programme.

The goal of 3.6.5. is to provide salon with powerful results-focused salon business education, for the all salon professionals at all levels. The core programme guides attendees through eight Business Builders, each a two-day course, with ever-evolving content. The aim of the programme is to support professionals with the right tools to tackle key challenges that businesses often face on the high street, steering them towards a stronger, more profitable future. 

This year's Autumn/Winter 3.6.5. Symposium was held from 30th September – 1st October at the prestigious Pestana Chelsea Bridge Hotel & Spa in London. Day 1 included two workshops: one hosted by Carolyn Sweeney, Salon Owner of Creations, a long standing member of 3·6·5. Carolyn focused on ‘the guest that walked away’ and how analysing your clients and understanding that leadership and a strong vision is how we become truly unique in our marketplace. The second workshop was hosted by Victoria Palfreeman, a coach for the club, ex Salon Manager and member of the 3·6·5 team. Victoria focused on ‘the guest that walked in’, personalising their visit, looking at the opportunities we have to make their visit memorable and building a culture that people are drawn to.

The second day of presentations included  Ken West, Director of 3·6·5 Education, whose session was aimed at making the membership ‘2020’ ready sharing some great insights inside and outside our industry. Business owners Emily Stone and Vicky Thomson from Gilded Bee followed Ken: their shared love of interiors and a desire to create stylish spaces in their home led them to create Gilded Bee, a personalised corporate gifting company with a difference.  Managing Director of Salon Success, Simon Tickler, then shared how businesses that survive and thrive are the exception not the rule. Simon walked members through some of the choices and decisions that are in our hands to cement our success in the future. Next on-stage was Amanda Dicker, Salon Owner at The Chapel salons. She gave a frank insight into how she differentiates in her business and some of the campaigns and concepts  she has implemented, including how she believes not in selling haircuts, but in selling people’s emotions, feelings and needs.  In his newly appointed role as Creative Director for the Headmasters Salon Group, Andrew Barton joined Ken on stage to share his career journey and talk about his worldwide exhibition, Beehives, Bobs and Blow Dries. Andrew’s hairdressing career began in a 3·6·5 salon in Yorkshire and today he works with long standing 3·6·5 members Headmasters, ensuring every client gets the Headmasters seal of quality.  

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