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CIDESCO Launches International Guide

CIDESCO has realeased "International Guide To Working Abroad" to serve as a guide for estheticians or spa owners considering an international move.

Forbes Bestows 4 Stars on Spa at Trump

The Forbes Travel Guide awarded The Spa at Trump in Vegas a four star award, for the eighth year in a row.

Don't Be Tardy for the Twitter Spa Party

Twitter parties and Instagram chats are a must to connect and build influence online with your spa clientele.

5 Steps Towards a SMART Purchase

Prematurely endorsing an ineffective or unproven product can be damaging to your reputation and your business. Use the SMART purchasing method: Safety, Maintenance, Affirmation, Research, and Takeaway, as described here.

Retail Still Challenging for Spa Owners

JMPankey Partners released its Spa Insight Survey for 2016, showing a quick snapshot of spa owners' greatest challenges and business goals for the year.

Insight Software Celebrates 25 Years

Syntec Business Systems, Inc. is celebrating its 25th year anniversary of developing Insight Salon & Spa Software.

ISPA Honors Jean Kolb for Contributions

The International Spa Association (ISPA) has named Jean Kolb the recipient of the 2016 ISPA Dedicated Contributor Award. She will receive the award at the 26th ISPA Conference & Expo, taking place Sept. 13-15, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Oregon Spa Gets Hoppy with Beer

A nice glass of beer can really benefit the mind after a long, stressful day. Well, apparently it can also benefit the body and skin, as the United States' first beer spa has opened in Sisters, Oregon.

Workplace Wellness: It's All About Caring

Unwellness at work costs the United States $2.2 trillion annually, and the answer goes beyond wellness programs to a company conveying a sense of "caring" to its employees.

Jindilli Announces New Distributor

Jindilli Body & Face Care is joining a new full-service spa and salon distributor.

Oakworks Adds Two Executives

Oakworks announced the addition of two executives to its team.

Prepare to De-humanize Spa Retail

When it comes to spa retail, most of us think the more personable, the better. But what if we are wrong? A new report by Mintel suggests that 45% of beauty consumers prefer to search for product information in-store on their mobile device rather than ask for assistance from a sales associate.

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