Increase Services Prices Without Losing Clients
Being in the beauty business is financially demanding.
New treatments, technologies, products & training all require a hefty and ongoing financial investment.
As well as these specialised expenses, your general expenses such as rent, overheads, insurances, professional products, and wages, to name just a few, also continue to increase in cost at least once per year.
So, what happens to your business if you avoid increasing your prices and decide instead to absorb these increasing expenses?
Well, you run the real risk of eventually running your salon either at a loss or not generating enough profit to continue to move forward; and neither of these is a great business growth strategy.
Nothing is more soul-destroying than working incredibly hard doing what you believe are ‘all the right things’, only to find out that you’ve made no profit at the end.
Overview: To stay in business, healthy and profitable, you need to have regular price increases to offset ever-increasing expenses.
Some salons hold off increasing their prices for too long and then make the mistake of having to have a massive increase in one hit to try and stay financially afloat.
But there is a simple technique you can use to increase your prices without negative customer feedback and this module covers what you need to know to accomplish this.
This module includes a PDF document outlining:
- Making More Profit
- What To Do Before You Increase Your Service Prices
- When to Tell Your Clients
- How to Handle a Client Complaint
- An Acceptable Price Increase
- How to Spread Your Price Increases
- What to Do When You Need to make More Revenue Urgently
- The Impact of Your Service Menu
- Key Point Summary
Information Pages: 33
Included Resources in editable Word format are:
- Team Brainstorming Worksheet
- Voucher Promotion Script
- Client Complaint Scripts
- % Increase Chart
- Service List Breakdown Worksheet
- Service Price Increase Worksheets
- Top 25% of Services Worksheet
Worksheets, Charts & Scripts: 7
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I opened my first super-successful salon in Brisbane and then worked with my husband for a few years in his business learning how to be a profitable
Finally, I sold my salon and have since mentored hundreds of salon owners, before adding industry specific
During this time, I’ve written and published my book 3 1/2 Secrets to Salon Success, which explains to salon owners how to focus on the important, profit-generating aspects of their businesses. I’ve also written bucket-loads of business articles for industry magazines, over 30 coaching modules for salon and spa owners, and a few more e-books
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