4 Reasons Why Salon and Spa Owners Shouldn't Miss BOLD 2019

male stylist doing a woman's hairAs a salon or spa owner, there is no doubt that you are constantly searching for opportunities to grow your business, right? If you’re looking for innovative ways to increase your bottom line by mastering client retention and growing a new base of customers, you may want to think about attending the 2019 BOLD Conference located in sunny Orange County, California, on August 13-15.  

This year, there is an entire spa and salon track at BOLD that is guaranteed to be full of business management advice, salon and spa industry insights and inspiration—and it’s coming up quicker than you might think!

 Here are the top 4 reasons you should attend:

1. Reignite your passion with Sam Villa.

Sam Villa is changing the industry, one hairdresser at a time. Whether teaching face-to-face in small hands on classes, on a main stage, or reaching his millions of social media followers, Sam changes people. He is a true leader that brings out the best in others. As the 2017 NAHA Lifetime Achievement Award winner he is known for doing things differently to challenge, inspire, and motivate change. His encouragement to stylists is unrivaled, as he genuinely wants each one of them to reach deep to identify how they can make a change to promote their own growth. He is a true messenger who strives to upgrade the industry by respecting and supporting one another

2. Stay on top of your industry with ISBN President, Scott Missad.

President and CEO of Gene Juarez Salons & Spas, Scott Missad will assess the current state of the industry and examine why, all too often, salon and spa business owners let fear guide many of their business decisions. He’ll examine how self-assessment, internal reflection, and staying focused can give you a clearer idea of your business—and help you achieve your goals.

3. Embrace your power with keynote speaker, Rachel Hollis.

Rachel Hollis is the author of the #1 New York Times best-seller Girl, Wash Your Face, a mom of four, a highly sought after motivational speaker, female empowerment advocate and Co-founder/CCO of the Hollis Company. As a best-selling author and top business podcaster, her session will take you through five powerful tools that you can harness in your work and personal life to step more fully into who you were made to be.

4. Be the leader of the pack with Amy Carter.

As the owner of Empower You Consulting, Amy Carter emphasizes the importance of a strong brand having a strong leader. In her breakout session, you’ll discover your true leadership potential and learn ways to build better leaders within your existing team. We’ll examine situational leadership models, how to delegate effectively, create clearer communication strategies, and other competencies that every great leader should master.

Come check out these three inspirational speakers and more! To see a full list of the BOLD 2019 agenda, click here. Register for BOLD before June 7, and receive early-bird pricing. Register here

About the Author

Denise Prichard

With over seven years of experience, Denise Prichard is an experienced content marketing professional with a penchant for writing compelling copy and content within the health, wellness and beauty industries. She graduated with a degree in English from Arizona State University in 2010 and currently runs her own blog, Fueled by Vegetables, a project that stems from her passion of living a healthy, joyful life and encouraging others to do the same. When she isn't writing or editing, you can find her teaching yoga classes throughout the valley, inventing yummy recipes and hanging out with her rescue pups, Eleanor and Stevie. She currently serves as the Content Marketing Specialist at MINDBODY and Booker by MINDBODY.

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