Snip-its kids salon presents unique opportunities for Women Entrepreneurs
Fast-growing kids salon franchise is registered with SBA, ideal women-owned business.
Natick, MA, January 05, 2010 (PressReleasePoint) — Snip-its (www.snipits.com), the fastest growing franchise of children’s hair salons in the U.S., founded by a woman entrepreneur, is the ideal franchise business for female, minority or any entrepreneur with a strong desire to succeed. As a salon franchise, Snip-its is categorized as one of the recession-resistant businesses.
“Research shows that our economic recovery will depend largely upon entrepreneurs and young companies, and women-owned businesses represent one of the fastest growing segments of small-to-mid-sized business growth,” said Christine Mudd, director of franchise development, Snip-its. ”An SBA registered business, Snip-its provides franchisees an operating model and business tools that help owners succeed and thrive.”
To be considered for a Snip-its franchise, candidates must be a U.S. Citizen or resident alien with qualifying assets and a strong desire to succeed through operational excellence — managing finances and marketing the business. Additionally, the franchise seeks individuals or entities with the capability and capacity to manage an organization that effectively recruits, trains, retains, and motivates people.
Business-owners do not need to have prior experience in the salon industry to be considered for a Snip-its franchise, however, previous management, general business or marketing experience is highly desirable. In addition, Snip-its franchisees are required to complete a 5-day Snip-its Management Training Seminar in Massachusetts prior to opening salons. Leveraging Snip-its brand equity will help salon operators succeed, along with assistance with national campaigns, grand opening advertising and ongoing advertising efforts.
The Snip-its salon offers unique, spa-style experiences including manicures, pedicures and specialty hair styles such as hair wraps, cornrow braids and beads. For additional, built-in revenue stream, Snip-its offers a line of safe, environmentally friendly shampoos, body wash, conditioners and styling products. All Snip-its and Snip-its Express stores are independently owned and operated by franchisees.
Snip-its, a growing kids franchise, was founded in 1995 by California native, Joanna Meiseles, the daughter of Hollywood producer, Robert Blumofe credited with the movie, Yours, Mine and Ours and is the granddaughter of famed comedian Jack Benny. After a heartbreaking visit to an ‘adult’ salon with her then young son, the first-time entrepreneur established the entertainment-styled salon with the goal to make children’s hair care a positive fun-filled adventure for families. Entrepreneurs that relate to this scenario may wish to learn more about opening a Snip-its store.
For more information on Snip-its franchising, please visit http://snipits.com/franchising/
Snip-its, originally headquartered in Natick, Mass., was conceived by creator and founder Joanna Meiseles in 1995. In 2010, Snip-its relocated its headquarters to Eden Prairie, Minn., under the direction of President and CEO, James George, who has been involved in the franchise and hair salon industry for the past three decades. The five original Massachusetts locations have been joined by seven more locations for a total of 12 in Massachusetts and nearly 20 locations in New England. The chain has expanded nationally to approximately 65 salons in 26 states and continues to offer numerous franchise opportunities throughout the U.S. For more information about franchise opportunities, email Kim Ellis at firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information about Snip-its in general, visit the website at www.snipits.com or call toll-free 877-SNIP-ITS.