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Saloon business plan.
The keys to success in this business is:
·        Location: providing an easily accessible location for customers.
·        Environment: providing an environment conducive to giving relaxing and professional service.
·        Convenience: offering clients a wide range of services in one setting, and extended business hours.
·        Reputation: the reputation of the owner and other "beauticians" as providing superior personal service.
Brief Summary and Overview
Hair and beauty salon will, upon commencement of operations, sell a wide range of beauty services and products. We will provide quality hair, nail, and skin services, along with top lines of beauty products. What will set Trend Setters apart from the competition is our commitment to providing all of these services in one convenient location.
The salon will be located in a retail strip mall at Effurun roundabout, at a strategic location easily accessible from all points of the town.
Equipment Needed
HAIR
Salon Stations, Chairs, Mirrors
Stations are the most important place to start when designing your salon and creating our salon’s budget. Think about the equipment you’ve worked on, or interview stylists you trust to determine what chairs and mirrors work best. We may want to consider buying gently used salon chairs, stations, or mirrors from a closing or closed salon.

Shampoo Bowls
We will need about one shampoo bowl for every three stylists. Make sure the bowls and chairs you purchase work well together and can be easily adapted for different clients. Many salon equipment suppliers sell rubber lips that can be fitted over shampoo bowls to help reduce the dreaded neck cramp!
Dryers
Although hood dryers may seem old fashioned, they can be a huge help. A busy stylist can put one client under the dryer while he or she starts the next. Hood dryers are also great for updos and other styles that require setting, as well as for color jobs.
NAILS
Nails are one of the easiest services for a salon to add on, especially if your hair salon does a lot of color work.

Pedicure Chairs
Pedicure chairs with built-in foot baths make a nail salon look more professional and relaxing.


Manicure Stations
Kind of obvious, if you’re going to do nails, you need a place to do them.

Nail Polish Racks
An attractive display of nail polish colors is a great way to tempt someone into a manicure.

Sanitation Stations
There are various solutions for keeping your nail equipment appropriately sanitized. We will want to choose something that keeps the equipment in view of the client. Clients actually prefer to see nail equipment being sanitized.

Drying Lamps
Having appropriate space to allow your clients to let their nails dry will prevent frequent free re-dos for smudged nails. The drying area will also help create a relaxing environment.
Pricing is going total estimated cost of things needed plus rent is 15000000 Naira only ;D
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(06-13-2019, 02:46 PM)Tesi Wrote: Saloon business plan.
The keys to success in this business is:
·        Location: providing an easily accessible location for customers.
·        Environment: providing an environment conducive to giving relaxing and professional service.
·        Convenience: offering clients a wide range of services in one setting, and extended business hours.
·        Reputation: the reputation of the owner and other "beauticians" as providing superior personal service.
Brief Summary and Overview
Hair and beauty salon will, upon commencement of operations, sell a wide range of beauty services and products. We will provide quality hair, nail, and skin services, along with top lines of beauty products. What will set Trend Setters apart from the competition is our commitment to providing all of these services in one convenient location.
The salon will be located in a retail strip mall at Effurun roundabout, at a strategic location easily accessible from all points of the town.
Equipment Needed
HAIR
Salon Stations, Chairs, Mirrors
Stations are the most important place to start when designing your salon and creating our salon’s budget. Think about the equipment you’ve worked on, or interview stylists you trust to determine what chairs and mirrors work best. We may want to consider buying gently used salon chairs, stations, or mirrors from a closing or closed salon.

Shampoo Bowls
We will need about one shampoo bowl for every three stylists. Make sure the bowls and chairs you purchase work well together and can be easily adapted for different clients. Many salon equipment suppliers sell rubber lips that can be fitted over shampoo bowls to help reduce the dreaded neck cramp!
Dryers
Although hood dryers may seem old fashioned, they can be a huge help. A busy stylist can put one client under the dryer while he or she starts the next. Hood dryers are also great for updos and other styles that require setting, as well as for color jobs.
NAILS
Nails are one of the easiest services for a salon to add on, especially if your hair salon does a lot of color work.

Pedicure Chairs
Pedicure chairs with built-in foot baths make a nail salon look more professional and relaxing.


Manicure Stations
Kind of obvious, if you’re going to do nails, you need a place to do them.

Nail Polish Racks
An attractive display of nail polish colors is a great way to tempt someone into a manicure.

Sanitation Stations
There are various solutions for keeping your nail equipment appropriately sanitized. We will want to choose something that keeps the equipment in view of the client. Clients actually prefer to see nail equipment being sanitized.

Drying Lamps
Having appropriate space to allow your clients to let their nails dry will prevent frequent free re-dos for smudged nails. The drying area will also help create a relaxing environment.
Pricing is going total estimated cost of things needed plus rent is 15000000 Naira only ;D
Nice work. Seems complete.
We can make Nigeria great.
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