Tabatha Coffey is flying to New Zealand as a guest of JOICO this November to share her wealth of knowledge and experience of the salon industry at a one-night-only event in Auckland and you and a friend could be there!
Most of us would have been introduced to Tabatha through her reality show Tabatha’s Salon Takeover, but Tabatha is widely recognised in the hairdressing field as a professional, highly skilled hairdresser and educator.
During the last 28 years, Tabatha has worked with the who’s who of the industry in Australia, Great Britain and the US.
“At JOICO, we are thrilled to be hosting Tabatha’s visit to New Zealand to inspire us with her beauty and business expertise; which will help others move on to achieve great things in the industry. Tabatha has worked with JOICO for more than 10 years so it’s fantastic to have the chance to get her insight into what it really takes to make a salon business successful,” says Kylie McLeod, Joico Marketing Manager - Southern Hemisphere.
If you would like a double pass to go along to ‘Tabatha Coffey Takes Over New Zealand’, Joico have not only given us two tickets but a Joico haircare pack worth $500 to giveaway.
To win these tickets and Joico pack just enter below to be in the draw.
Tabatha strives for excellence and has worked to pass this drive onto struggling salons. She has been described as the Gordon Ramsay of the hairdressing world, and it would be fair to say she does not hold back. Tabitha is not one to hold back on her opinions, as shown on some of these moments from Tabatha’ Salon Takeover.
While she can seem very forward, and rough at times, Tabatha knows what it takes to succeed in a demanding business environment.
You know this will be a no holes barred insight into invigorating ANY business. There will also be an opportunity to ask Tabatha’s questions relating to your business at the end of the seminar.
Some points this event will cover:
Who are you and who are your customers?
What do they see and experience when they come in to your salon or office?
Branding - how to stand out - what to do and how to do it.
How to hire, fire and motivate your staff.
Policies, procedures and standards and why they are important.
Setting the bar and leadership.
The importance of education and how it helps your business and your staff.
How to retail and why it is so important!
Auckland Sunday 13th November SKYCITY Theatre