Jenny Valance from the Australian College of Cosmetic Surgery explains why ‘safety first’ is the key to success for all cosmetic procedures – for patients and the industry.
Beauty Expo Melbourne has introduced two new ticket offers to help beauty professionals make the most of the two-day event.
The Sales Catalyst, a sales training company specialising in the hair, beauty and body industries, needs your help find out what makes the Australian beauty market ‘tick’.
Reed Exhibitions has appointed Cory Watson, the current head of Fairfax’s Essential Baby & Toddler Show, as the new director of Beauty Expo Australia,
Work/life balance. It is a myth? Does it exist? Is it attainable?
Does your salon need its own brand?
Just two years after its launch on the Gold Coast, The Advanced Skills Academy is now also offering training in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Perth.
Michael Gottlieb reveals five smart ways to ensure your salon survives – and thrives – this silly season.
A lack of strong, consistent management was identified as one of the top reasons for an employee to leave at the second Professional Beauty Industry Roundtable.
Mintel, the world’s leading market intelligence agency, has revealed the four trends that are set to impact on the global beauty market – and your salon.
Eight industry experts discussed how to create a great company culture at Professional Beauty’s second Industry Roundtable.
Australians are beginning to demand that beauty salons ‘offer a full regime of both inner and outer beauty’, according to The Beauty Chef founder Carla Oates.
Deborah Mangum-Copelli explains the importance of expressing gratitude – for you, your staff and your clients.
Eight industry leaders share their best tips for increasing staff motivation.
A uniform could make you and your staff stand out from your competitors and increase your sales, according to Pamela Jabbour.
Australian beauty therapist Lily Campbell has won a bronze medal for her beauty skills at the International World Skill Competition.
Just eight years after opening the first Get Threaded salon in Queensland with just $5000, company founder Liz See has opened a store in Beverly Hills.