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9/16/2016 | Louis Silberman, National Laser Institute
Point of difference (POD) is simply what makes you stand out from your competitors. Sounds like no big deal, but it is actually huge.
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At the the 2016 ISPA Conference & Expo, the Internation SPA Association (ISPA) released its 2016 U.S Spa Industry Study, as commissioned by Pricewaterhousecoopers (PwC). The spa industry is at an all time high and below are five takeaways from the report.
New to the botanical beauty market, The Cottage Greenhouse was recently launched and promotes all natural ingredients in their lotions, masks and other products.
Brené Brown, ISPA keynote speaker, dared spa owners and managers to be vulnerable in their businesses in order to grow during her presentation, Daring Leadership: The Four Pillars of Courage.
The Secreto Spa had opened below the main hotel to provide guests with a hidden and totally private experience.
Megan Tanberg and Genevieve Tuenge have recently been added to the Borboleta Beauty employee roster while Kelly Rae Clark has been promoted to director of training.
A partnership between Oklahoma Med Spa and Holsey Cosmetic Surgery, Salon and Spa will enhance the communication with clients in between procedures and appointments by connection them with the spa’s practitioners.
“Senior Moments” is a PBS television program that will premiere nationwide in November, uncovering the secrets to “healthifying” the nation with the help of Debra K.
Jennifer Mayo has been hired as the new spa and shop director for the LEED Platinum Certified wine country retreat in Napa Valley, California.
Elemis has added Annet King and Lisa Heinemann to its team of executives. King will be joining the company as vice president of global education and Heinemann joins the company as director of sales for the East Coast.