Aesthetics journal editor Chloé Gronow will be speaking at the second Business of Hair seminar taking place at the Crown Plaza in Solihull, Birmingham on January 18.
The event was originally set for September 28 but was postponed to January.
Joining Gronow at the event will be website, marketing and social media professional Mark Bugg, trichologist Eva Proudman, hair surgeon Dr Edward Ball, managing director at hair wholesaler Farjo, Saks Janan Farjo, and editor Vicky Eldridge.
The seminar will provide hair restoration professionals with business content, covering techniques and top tips for building an effective website, using social media, basic marketing skills, GDPR, insurance, and how to incorporate a CRM system into a business.
Gronow said, “I am delighted to be taking part in this innovative event. It will be great to meet hair surgeons and talk to them about how to improve their writing and reach relevant audiences. I hope to offer some valuable insight into how to boost practitioners’ profiles within the industry.”
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.”