This article originally appeared on HJI:
On 4 July salons across England opened their doors post lockdown Australian salon group Just Cuts opened two new salons in Sunderland and Middlesbrough alongside their six existing locations.
These new salons are part of the brand’s growth strategy. This recent initiative helps prospective salon owners get into sought-after retail spaces. The new north east locations and others set to open before the end of the year are available for salon owners to invest in. Those who do will be supported by Just Cuts’ systems.
Their Franchise model is very accessible and open to all. David Mathie, General Manager for Just Cuts salons in the UK explained this. “One of the best things about owning a Just Cuts salon is that you don’t have to come from a hairdressing or beauty background. As long as you are willing to invest time and passion into the business, anyone with an entrepreneurial spirit can make a success of a Just Cuts salon.”
This year, Just Cuts is celebrating their 30th year in global franchising.
Their work has been a continued success, leaving them in high demand. Their salons in Romford and Leeds, the first two launched as part of this initiative have already been taken over.
He continued; “We’re proudly the largest hairdressing brand in the Southern Hemisphere. We’ve achieved that accolade by constantly revisiting our franchise package, offering business owners opportunities with longevity and scope for growth. Considering the economic climate faced by all business owners post-lockdown this is more crucial than ever before.”
They aim to continue supporting salon owners throughout 2020. For the rest of the year they will be securing more prime locations. They aim to focus on town centres and shopping centres where footfall is high, in the hopes of adding to their international network of salon owners from varied backgrounds.