Beauty salons are operating in a competitive industry. The average salon faces losing between 10 percent and 25 percent of their clients every year. That means within three years they’ll have turned over half of the people that they once counted as regular customers. The only way for such a business to stay afloat, if they can’t solve what appears to be a systemic retention problem, is to keep attracting new client.
Beauty Salons, Hair Stylists