THE BUSINESS OF HAIR

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Saturday 18th January 2020

Venue: Crowne Plaza, Solihull

Following the success of the inaurgural Business of Hair Seminar in November 2018 we are delighted to announce that this event will be running again in 2019.

The seminar was developed to provide hair restoration professionals with top quality business content, with professionals discussing techniques and giving top tips on what to do in key areas such as building an effective websites, using social media, basic marketing techniques, GDPR, insurance, and how to incorporate a CRM system into a business.

Keep posted for updates!

0Programme

09:30   REGISTRATION

10:00   Welcome: Danny Large, DSL Consulting

10:05   How to make smart business decisions using social media – Mark Bugg

10:35  The importance of Mental Health in the workplace – Vicky Eldridge

11:05   COFFEE

11:35  The Future of Trichology – Our present position in the healthcare market and what can we to do about it?  –  Iain Sallis

12:20   Product Demonstrations – Featuring Rosmetics and Farjo-Saks

13:00   LUNCH

14:30  Writing to make a name for yourself – Chloe Gronow

15:00   How to use video marketing in a cost effective and smart way – Mark Bugg

15:25   Integrating trichology into your Aesthetic Business – Eva Proudman

15:55   COFFEE

16:15   Working as a team to grow each others’ business – Eva Proudman, Trichologist and Edward Ball, Hair Surgeon

16:45   Closing thoughts and Questions – Danny Large

17:00   Business of Hair website launch/drinks reception

(PROGRAMME IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

Non-BAHRS/IoT members:

Full Delegate Pass45.00 GBP
Your eTicket will be emailed after payment to your PayPal email address.

IoT and BAHRS Members:

IoT/BAHRS Member35.00 GBP
Your eTicket will be emailed after payment to your PayPal email address.

If you have been recommended by an attendees from 2018 let us know

Danny Large, CEO of DSL Consulting Ltd and founder of Business of Hair, was delighted with the response to the seminar:

‘Business of Hair was a fantastic event and I was impressed by the desire of the delegates to learn more about how to run a successful business.  The day enabled delegates to get tips on subjects such a website design, marketing, social media and self-promotion and how they use those tips to help improve their business processes.  I hope to continue to develop this event and bring more opportunities to practitioners in the hair industry, to improve business skills and to help the hair restoration business practices.’

Eva Proudman, MIT, speaker and delegate, said:

‘The first Business of hair seminar was a great success bringing together multi disciplines across the hair loss sector with very relevant speakers that spoke about relevant topics to everyone’s practice, well worth attending.’