Professional Beauty
Professional Beauty


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// Distributor IIAA has launched its annual customer satisfaction survey, which aims to ensure continuous improvement across every aspect of the business. The results will be analysed in October and incorporated into the IIAA customer excellence strategy for 2019.

// Creations Hair and Beauty in St Leonards has been raising money for charity Warming Up the Homeless, which helps homeless people in Hastings and Rother. The salon is forging links with other local charities and agencies so they can increase their contribution.

// Nail pro Aleksandra Rogers has launched Top Masters, an international nail competition with four boxed and photographic categories and three divisions – Student, Novice and Expert.

// UK beauty graduate Natasha Koval is travelling to Uganda this month to share her skills with women escaping poverty and the sex trade. The former Training Room student will be volunteering with Born to Beautiful.

// Wellness App Urban Massage has secured more than £2.6 million through an equity crowdfunding campaign on Seedrs. Funds from the campaign will be used to grow the team and offer new specialist treatments.

This article appears in the PB October 2018 Issue of Professional Beauty

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This article appears in the PB October 2018 Issue of Professional Beauty