As the coronavirus pandemic continues, your salon or spa needs a plan to survive a potential second wave of COVID-19 (or even a prolonged first wave).
The new challenges beauty businesses face can overwhelm even the most experienced business owners. With a recent surge in infections, many salons and spas have reopened only to be forced to temporarily close once again. Some are reopening but have to do so outside.
The coronavirus outbreak shows no signs of slowing, and businesses need to prepare for a very different 2020 than they had imagined. That said, with the right precautions and practices in place, salons and spas can emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic stronger than ever. There’s an opportunity to not just survive—but thrive.
Business owners must prepare their teams and leverage technology to adapt to a new normal in the midst of the coronavirus. Thankfully, we’ve got a guide to help you do just that—navigate the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on your business.
Download the COVID-19 survival guide for salons and spas to learn how business owners can protect employees, clients, and profits in the long term, including:
Reopened or not, now is the time to prepare your salon or spa for the future. Even amidst a first or second wave of coronavirus, you can set your business up for long-term success—and this guide will help you get started.