Clients in the Valley and across the nation have cut down on salon visits, according to Spa Advisors Inc. Consultant Kay Moroz. “They are really tightening up,” she told In&Out.
Yet, some of the longest-standing Anthem salons we visited were busy. Each claims to put you—its cherished guest—as No. 1. But the beauty industry is full of personality, and each of these businesses opened prior to the recession and has handled the economic struggle with unique style. Here are some techniques we found:
Do you value a local business—five years or older? Tell us why and we may feature them:
But don’t. It's tough enough out there. According to a National Association for the Self-Employed study conducted early this year, 60 percent of self-employed and micro-businesses (defined as 10 or less employees) reported a significant decrease in sales and/or revenue since 2008.
Yet many keep on keepin'-on. How? In&Out shares their secrets in this first part of a series on our business survivors.
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