Following a successful first year in 2018, the second Business of Hair seminar will take place at the Crown Plaza in Solihull, Birmingham on January 18.
The one-day event aims to help hair restoration professionals with business skills and covers topics such as building effective websites, using social media, basic marketing techniques, GDPR, insurance, and how to incorporate a CRM system into a business.
Founder of Business of Hair Danny Large said, “After the success of last year’s Business of Hair seminar we are looking forward to welcoming delegates to this year’s event. The aim of Business of Hair is to help practitioners involved in hair restoration to improve their business skills as well as to educate on best practice in terms of marketing and how to run a business.”
Large added, “The event is also aimed at delegates who are interested in becoming involved in the hair restoration market. Many people have seen the rise in income generated in hair restoration but aren’t quite sure what treatments to offer, nor how to obtain them.”
This year’s event includes speakers such as website, marketing and social media professional Mark Bugg, the CEO and founder of Pabau CRM systems William Brandham, insurance professional Janine Revill from Cosmetic Insure, journalist Vicky Eldridge, trichologist Eva Proudman, hair surgeon Dr Ted Miln, managing director at hair wholesaler Farjo Saks Janan Farjo, and director of UK aesthetic distributor AestheticSource Lorna McDonnell-Bowes, who is this year’s keynote speaker.
Delegates will also be invited to attend the end-of-day drinks reception to have the opportunity to network with peers.