A SalonBLOCS membership will work for any salon wanting to fill spaces, attract new clientele, breed client loyalty, reduce staff downtime, alleviate recruitment costs, and drive a solid, consistent income.
Any salon can run a successful SalonBLOCS membership following our coaching plan.
Even brand new salons can launch their clubs from day one, or established businesses can drive additional profits, and compliment their existing services with a subscription membership.
We advise that Salons wanting to add a membership to their business should have at least one member of employed staff.
Nobody wants to visit a business that’s half empty, and slow days affect team morale; a salon membership will fill the dead periods, quickly replace cancellations and keep the atmosphere buzzing.
02. NEW CLIENTELE
A system that increases footfall is any business owners dream come true, a salon membership utilizes discount mentality, without giving a discount. You’ll have new clients queuing at your door.
03. BREED LOYALTY
Being part of a gang, encourages members to work cohesively on any given task. Want a shout out about your new product, social media share, service reviews… ask your new members to do it; you’ll be amazed at the response rate.
04. REDUCE DOWNTIME
Sshh! Don’t tell them we said so but a salon membership not only reduces lulls, when staff have nothing to do, but it eradicates them. A blowdry club will easily bring your team efficiency to between 90 and 100% without breaking a sweat!
Taking on a new staff member is a huge financial commitment to any business and very rarely, can the new member of the team be guaranteed cost effective in the first few weeks. Except when using salon membership of course.
06. CONSISTENT INCOME
Running a business is a roller coaster, and can make you long for the days of a monthly salary. But don’t despair… a subscription membership does just that, it pays you a consistent,measurable income, every month, all year long.
launch, market & run
NOT ONLY DO SALON BLOCS CLIENTS GET ACCESS TO REVOLUTIONARY UNIQUE SOFTWARE, BUT ALSO AN EASY TO FOLLOW TRAINING AND MARKETING GUIDE - TO ROCKET YOUR MEMBERSHIP FROM DAY ONE.
Learn how to create, launch and market; a successful, profitable and effectively run salon membership.
Unique simple to use software, that is designed and proven to make running a salon membership easy, time/cost effective and hugely profitable.
Used by salons throughout the UK, Salon BLOCS is the only software of its kind.
Using software shouldn't be difficult - The SalonBLOCS training guide will have you setup in no time. Led by salon owners not technicians; following it is easy for even the least tech savvy out there, with every step broken down, and video tutorials provided to support the guide.
When starting their own salon membership, BLOCS creators and salon owners, tried and tested every different way to manage their club.
Learn from their experience, mistakes and successes through this step by step marketing guide.
15 years salon experience, co-owner of Emma Hellier Ltd, Salon BLOCS Ltd & Weblocs Ltd. Recognized and Awarded by the NHF, Creative Head Magazine, HDJ, Goldwell, Sussex WIB and Amazon Growing Business.
Interview with SalonBLOCS Leader & Co-Creator
Emma Hellier has been in the salon industry now for over 15 years, with over a decade as salon owner of Emma Hellier on the South Coast of England. Her passion is in creativity and development in business, both in her own salon; where she provides a friendly, collaborative working environment...
Due to the success of businesses like Netflix and Spotify, more and more companies are turning to the subscription business model to generate new and repeat revenue -the way we pay for services is changing (keep up!)
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Further details about these rights are outlined below.
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