Backed By The Industry - Hairdressing

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Trevor Sorbie MBE
Trevor Sorbie International PLC

Tim Hartley
Tim Hartley

Phil Smith
Phil Smith

Michael Van Clarke
Michael Van Clarke

There is no doubt that Britain leads the way when it comes to creativity in our industry, but it is time we put the same energy and focus into measuring the performances of our salons and stylists. By doing so, we can be confident that the clients expectations are always exceeded, and the future of British hairdressing continues to lead the way.

I have strived all throughout my career to align myself with the very best in creativity and quality. PHAB can help recognise the best hair and beauty professionals within the industry and also help to raise the bar in the future of our craft.

It is about time our industry stood up and recognised the salons and stylists that are dedicated to offering the best possible hairdressing experience to the consumer. Measuring performance is crucial in all businesses and motivates people to consistently do their best and be proud of their standards. Britain is creativity recognised for it’s hairdressing standards and I am confident PHAB will bring the business side of the industry into line.

Client retention through consistently professional customer care is the essential ingredient in any sustainably successful business. In hairdressing, effective ethical retailing is a key measure of client care between salon visits which also impacts on client loyalty. I fully support the PHAB initiative for raising awareness of these vitally important benchmarks

Angelo Seminara,
Trevor Sorbie Professional

Gary Hooker & Michael Young,
Hooker & Young

Jon Macleod

Akin Konizi
HOB Salons

The last 20 years has seen the British hairdressing industry move very far forward. Today it’s essential we have an operation which wants to support and to help measure all of the elements important to salons, such as client retention, customer care, and retail sales. PHAB Standards achieve this, and therefore helps to support and celebrate the best of British hairdressing.

PHAB is long overdue. These standards recognise the business success of individuals, salons and spas which work tirelessly to give clients the very best we have to offer. These businesses and those who run hugely successful columns are the backbone of the hair and beauty industry and without them, creativity could not flourish.

Britain leads the world of hairdressing, this is something we all agree on and are proud of. The continued commitment by British stylists to improve and develop their skills along with the British consumer’s hair being a high priority to them ensures we are difficult to beat. It is important we maintain this high standard, but we need measurements in place to evaluate ourselves and to monitor our progression as an industry.

It's about time an industry standard was set. PHAB is a great communication tool between the client and stylist, further enhancing the relationship. I'm PHAB and will be encouraging my team to get PHAB too!.

Kathryn Longmuir,

Errol Douglas MBE,
Errol Douglas

James Pryce

Denise McAdam

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