Professional Beauty
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Autumn is traditionally “back to business” season, post-summer holidays, and this year that’s more relevant than ever, with hopes high for a strong end to the year following a difficult 18 months. So, this issue is packed with business content to help you streamline your operations and plan for growth.

Our technology feature on page 57 reveals the latest in spa and salon management software, including updates to safeguard against client no-shows, simplify rebookings, and help therapists bespoke their services.

For day-to-day business advice, forums that allow salon owners to meet and discuss ideas and challenges have proven invaluable during the pandemic, as Hellen Ward points out in her column on page 35.

These can be an even more meaningful experience face to face, which is just one of the reasons that we are so excited to get back to in-person events this autumn, with the first PB show since 2019.

Professional Beauty London is returning to ExCeL on October 17–18 and we have a standout programme of business, digital and treatment-focused seminars in store for you which are not to be missed.

After an undeniably tough year for the industry, these sessions are designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge you need to grow your revenue and your client base. You can get a taster of the London education line-up on page 48.

Of course, there will also be all of the usual trends and launches, as well as nail and make-up competitions, which you can read more about on page 47. I look forward to seeing you there.


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This article appears in the September 2021 Issue of Professional Beauty