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Download In the Bag: Selling in the Salon epub

by Carol Phillips

Shows owners and practicing cosmetologists how to maximize their salon sales and learn the keys to building sales without feeling pushy.
Download In the Bag: Selling in the Salon epub
ISBN: 1562532367
ISBN13: 978-1562532369
Category: Business
Subcategory: Job Hunting & Careers
Author: Carol Phillips
Language: English
Publisher: Milady; 1 edition (July 28, 1994)
Pages: 288 pages
ePUB size: 1450 kb
FB2 size: 1149 kb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 271
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This was not the book I expected it to be at all. It's almost completely outdated practices and it just wasn't at all what I thought it would be.
That being said, it came quickly and I had no issues with the seller at all.
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Freaky Hook
When I purchased this book, I thought it would be a little more current than the 80's! A lot has changed in the salon industry since this time and I was very distracted by the dated terminology and the the old school standards that probably set the bar for salons and spas back in the 80's/90's.
I am so glad that I purchase the paperback, if I would have spent the big bucks on the hard cover ($50-75) I would have been even more disappointed. I am going to look into returning this one!
Fast Lovebird
This is one of the most Awesome Books you will ever use in your Salon to increase sales and services. Carol is one of the Guru's of Salon Marketing & Promotional ideas. I have taken her classes and had the honor of knowing her in the Beauty Industry for many years. She knows how to increase sales!!!!
This is a great book which gives invaluable, practical advice on increasing salon revenues.
The book concentrates on increasing revenue through retail sales looking at salon design, layout, product, staffing, sales tips, objections, follow up etc.
Carol Phillips really understands customer service, and makes you think about the whole client experience. At every stage she makes suggestions to improve your customer service to build customer loyalty and repeat sales. There is also advice on staff issues, marketing and other management issues.
The book has been carefully structured and the chapter overviews and summaries are useful. It is also well indexed. I now call it the salon bible. Read it.