Digital Innovations to Help Hairstylists Better Manage Business

While you’ve likely embraced social media as an incredible way to market your salon business, it’s time to explore a few other options that could make your life much more simple. And profitable.

Check out the top innovations that were unveiled during the 2016 Premiere Orlando Beauty Event recently. They can not only make the business of running your styling services more manageable, but could also be the tools you need to boost your profits. Think about how these digital innovations can streamline a few of your operations.

Credit card processing via smartphone. Think about the number of times you’d walk over to a reception station or a desk to process a client’s payment? Now think about how much more simple it would be if you could take care of it from your smartphone or tablet. Right there at your station? While this is definitely not super new, you should try it if you already haven’t.

POS and inventory management. Software platforms can help stylists better manage their bookkeeping, inventory, receipts, purchases and other similar tasks with the use of a tablet or a smartphone. It’s much more convenient and efficient than using Excel spreadsheets or, worse yet, paper journals.

Online scheduling. Are you tired of missing calls? Or waiting for clients to respond to your texts? How about simplifying the process with an online scheduling tool that allows you and clients to easily make appointments, as well as receive reminders to keep them on time.

When you’re looking for solutions that will make your life as a stylist much simpler, Stylie has the solution will work for you. Stylie, which presented at the Premiere Orlando Beauty Event, designed a point-of-sale tool with the specific needs of independent beauty professionals in mind.

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Michelle Guetersloh

Michelle Guetersloh

Hairstylist Consultant at Michelle My Stylist
For some, hairstyling’s a job. For others, it’s a passion: an innate gift that lights them up and drives them to outperform and overdeliver. Michelle G. is definitely the latter.

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