Professional Beauty Solutions wrapped its “Turn Your Passion Into Profits with PBS” tour this week. This successful series of seminars offered professionals valuable business and marketing advice – and the enticing proposition of wiping ten hours off their working week.
Professional Beauty Solutions concluded its exciting Turn Your Passion Into Profits with PBS all-day event at Sydney’s Doltone House this week. This concludes a national tour which took the team to Victoria, Western Australia, Queensland and New South Wales to meet up with salon owners keen to up their business ante. The crux of the event? To help salons, spas and clinics gain marketing expertise, decrease their working hours, and increase profit.
Matt Williams, CEO of PBS, discussed his wealth of experience after building nine companies over his 16 years in business. He divulged to attendees how to work smarter (not harder) to design a better business.
“Let me show you the keys that have made all the difference in my own business success over the last 20 years,” said Matt Williams prior to the event. “I promise that you will walk away with ideas, strategies and a new outlook on how to turn your business around or take it to that next level.”
As well as in-depth product education and business advice, the event included 16 exciting new product announcements across PBS’s range of skincare, cosmetics, hair removal, tanning and LED light therapy brands.
PBS prides itself on not only providing leading brands, but also giving professionals the business and marketing support they need to truly succeed.
“For almost two decades we have been providing innovative results-driven brands that are leaders in their categories,” says Matt Williams, PBS CEO and Founder. “Because we understand the challenges of small-to-medium sized businesses, our mission is to provide you with all the marketing tools, education and business support you need to enhance your salon’s performance and maximise your profits.”
One way the company does this is with their ‘Marketing on a Platter’ service, where PBS effectively takes marketing off salon business’s monthly to-do list by providing consumer marketing strategy, and designing marketing and social media material. The service, PBS says, effectively wipes ten hours off your working week.
Missed out? You can catch up on the company’s up-coming webinars which promise to delve deeper into the key points raised on the tour.
“There were particular topics that received a lot of interest at the events, from optimising social media, to understanding the importance of profit-per-minute,” says Tyha Day, marketing and PR coordinator for PBS. “These are the areas we want to give our salons more information about to help them become more profitable.”
There will also be another event in August so keep an eye out for more details here on the Professional Beauty website.