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    Posted: November 23 2010 at 10:08pm
The purpose of your salon Business, or anyone else’s business for that matter, is to earn profit while fulfilling the needs or wants of its clients.

Among the biggest difficulties business owners face is the temptation to leap in without a plan. To increase business they dabble in ideas. Never really embracing a solid strategy, they simply trust one of their endeavors will eventually pay off and cause their business to soar to new heights. In most cases this is a recipe for failure.

Among the biggest difficulties salon Business owner’s face is the temptation to leap in without a plan. To increase business they dabble in ideas. Never really embracing a solid strategy, they simply trust one of their endeavors will eventually pay off and cause their business to soar to new heights. In most cases this is a recipe for failure.

The vast majority of salon Businesses require a certain amount of care and deliberation be paid in order to insure business growth and success. There are a number of ways to grow a business, but there are four basics that umbrella nearly all other means.

First, increase client base. That is to say, turn your new, fresh prospects into loyal, purchasing clients.  

Second, increase buying frequency. Or cause your clients to spend money more often with your establishment.  

Third, increase profit margin. That is for each sale made, make more money.  

And fourth, increase your client’s buying lifespan. Cause your clients to continue doing business with you for an extended length of time.

More info:
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Edited by hateveryting - November 23 2010 at 10:08pm
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