The Perception of Your Franchise - Awesome or ??

Posted by Jim Otto on Wed, Aug 23, 2017 @ 15:08 PM

perceptionnew.jpgHow your business is perceived by your customers and potential customers will most likely determine your businesses success or failure. Let me clarify. Perception is defined as, "the state of being or the process of becoming aware of something through the senses." So let me give you an example of that in business terms.
 
Recently I was in Hawaii at an outdoor shopping center and I was really hungry. I was looking at two restaurants. One was a sub-sandwich shop, and next door was Big Bubba's Burgers. I knew I could walk right into the sub-shop and up to the counter to immediately order. But getting a burger at Big Bubba's was another matter. The line snaked out the door and down the sidewalk! As my stomach growled, I got in line at Big Bubba's. Why did I react that way?  My senses, the line out the door (sight) and the smell wafting from inside (smell), told me that no matter how hungry I was - Big Bubba's was worth the wait. My perception of how good a Big Bubba's hamburger was going to be overcame my need to satisfy the immediate need of my hunger!
 
So view your business from your customers eyes. what does your customer see about your business when they look on-line? How is your phone answered? How are they greeted at the door? Are satisfied customers walking out to tell their friends about their experience?  Build a great perception of your business, and chances are you will build a great business. The bottom line is, your business is either going to have a killer perception - or a bad perception is going to kill your business! Good luck on building a GREAT perception!
 
Shear Madness Franchising franchises Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids salons. We have worked with franchise stores in providing franchisee support (in order to encourage continual growth and business success), and have sometimes seen the unexpected happen!  When it does, we help by identifying and helping with challenges that might arise for franchisees. Additionally, we work to present options that can help prevent these events as well. As many franchise owners may not have opened a business before, having someone who can advise them is a significant advantage of franchise ownership!

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Are you interested in learning how YOU can join the Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids family and run your own successful small business? We are one of the fastest growing kids hair salons in the industry today! If you would like to learn more about this franchise opportunity or franchise investments, great marketing strategies, resources for small businesses, how to grow your small business or how to become a successful owner of your own kids hair salon franchise business, please click below or call 1-888-98 GONE MAD

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Topics: the salon business, Small Business Franchise Information, how to franchise, Business Tips, small business how-tos, growing a small business, business growth, franchising, business success, business skills, franchise success, business ownership

The Inevitable Business Crisis and How to Handle It!

Posted by Jim Otto on Wed, Aug 23, 2017 @ 15:08 PM

Crisis.jpgThere is only one thing that is inevitable in business ownership: the crisis. And while there's many crisis situations that your franchisor can help walk you through - some of them will ultimately end up requiring a solution that only you as the business owner can provide. And the fact of the matter is that when you do become a business owner, you will sometimes experience crisis frequently. Furthermore, they are often unpredictable, and can cause serious damage to your business. Whew! Sounds fun doesn't it?    
 
However, as the owner of your business you have assumed the role of the leader of your staff and organization. This is why when you run into a time of crisis, you must demonstrate your competence. In other words, you must remain cool, calm, objective and completely in control. But most of all, in a time of business crisis it's important to maintain the leadership qualities that show your staff and employees that you are worthy of being followed. Some of the qualities of a great leader are: 

1) Great leaders never jump to conclusions before knowing the facts that caused the crisis in  the first place. They access the damage and make whatever decisions are necessary to minimize it.   Remember that getting all sides of the story is important as sometimes the crisis may just be a missunderstanding!

2) Great leaders realize that everything they say could be magnified. Therefore they praise and encourage people, both in their presence and when they're not around. If they have a problem with someone, they seek to address them in private.

3) Great leaders accept a high level of personal responsibility. They never complain, make excuses, or blame others for their problems.

4) They walk the talk - not to put on a show - but because they have the integrity and values to be the leader, and exhibit the kinds of traits that make others want to follow! 

5) Great leaders are great listeners. They value what their employees and staff have to offer and they recognize that they are the "team" that makes the business run. They understand that the people  are the most valuable asset the company has. 

It's a sad reality that many businesses have failed due to the fact that there was no leader in the organization who could "steady the ship" in times of crisis. Which means that if you're someone who is interested in buying a franchise or any other business, you'll definitely want to take a self-assessment of yourself to see if you have the business skills that your business will require to ensure success! 
 
Shear Madness Franchising franchises Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids salons. We have worked with franchise stores in providing franchisee support (in order to encourage continual growth and business success), and have sometimes seen the unexpected happen!  When it does, we help by identifying and helping with challenges that might arise for franchisees. Additionally, we work to present options that can help prevent these events as well. As many franchise owners may not have opened a business before, having someone who can advise them is a significant advantage of franchise ownership!

Would you like to sign up for our Monthly newsletter? If so, click HERE!

Are you interested in learning how YOU can join the Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids family and run your own successful small business? We are one of the fastest growing kids hair salons in the industry today! If you would like to learn more about this franchise opportunity or franchise investments, great marketing strategies, resources for small businesses, how to grow your small business or how to become a successful owner of your own kids hair salon franchise business, please click below or call 1-888-98 GONE MAD

Exploring a Children's Salon Franchise

Topics: franchise buyers, how to franchise, Business Tips, small business how-tos, growing a small business, business growth, franchising, franchise ownership, business success, business skills, franchise success, business ownership, handling a crisis, being a great leader

Understanding Your Biggest Fixed Business Expense

Posted by Jim Otto on Wed, Jul 12, 2017 @ 12:07 PM

fixedexpense.jpgIn franchising a lot of time and effort goes into researching the best opportunity. If the franchise system that you are looking at has at least some track record and history of performance, you'll discover on close examination that they'll have over performing locations, average performing locations, and under performing locations. The list of reasons that this happens is a mile long. But with "location" as usually being listed as one of the top reasons that a franchise fails, make sure that the franchise that you are buying into has a model for picking a location that has proven track record of increasing your chance for success. 
 
After you find a space, rent will almost always be one of your highest fixed expenses. So make sure that you sign a lease that is commiserate with the amount of revenue that your franchise produces. A simple rule of thumb is that the lower the margin on your good or service, the lower your lease payment should be. Lease payments on most businesses should be in the 10 to 15% range of revenue once the business has matured. Many franchises and businesses have failed because they were paying unreasonable rent, and unfortunately landlords are unsympathetic to business owners when it comes to obligations that you have assumed when signing a lease.
 
Shear Madness Franchising franchises Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids salons. We have worked with franchise stores in providing franchisee support (in order to encourage continual growth and franchise success), and have sometimes seen the unexpected happen! When it does, we help by identifying and helping with challenges that might arise for franchisees. Additionally, we work to present options that can help prevent these events as well. As many franchise owners may not have opened a business before, having someone who can advise them is a significant advantage of franchise ownership!

Are you interested in learning how YOU can join the Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids family and run your own successful small business? We are one of the fastest growing kids hair salons in the industry today! If you would like to learn more about this franchise opportunity or small business marketing, great marketing strategies, resources for small businesses, how to grow your small business or how to become a successful owner of your own kids hair salon franchise business, please click below or call 1-888-98 GONE MAD

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5 Amazing Customer Service Tips

Posted by Matthew S on Wed, Jul 12, 2017 @ 12:07 PM

5customerservicetips.jpgCustomer Service is one of those things that might sound easy on paper, but can sometimes be a lot more difficult to remember or implement effectively when you're interacting with your customer in person (or over the phone). Following are five recommendations that Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids (an award winning kids hair salon franchise system) has learned over the many years that we've served thousands of customers with a smile and the help they not only deserve - but have come to expect!

1. It's important to have the right information at hand! When interacting with a customer, the right information can make a big difference in the kind of interaction you might have with them. Wrong or unclear information might cause someone to leave with a feeling of annoyance, exasperation or that they just didn't get the solution they were wanting - which could cause them to look elsewhere. So make sure that your business has a great system in place that keeps track of relevant customer data. For example, let's say a customer contacts your business wanting to know about a service they received from a couple of weeks ago. If you're unable to quickly look up this information, or the employee who assisted them, the lack of details could lead to potential confusion over what they're asking for. 

2. Treat your customers like people! We've often seen very sterile communications with customers, which is laden with in-house terminology, number or letter sequences (for products) and sentences that seem like they're spoken by a robot. Or, I'm sure we've all had that employee who acts about as bored as can be when you call them up to ask a question, or take absolutely forever to give you the answer you're looking for. This all leads to a feeling that the customer is either just another number in some machine, or isn't really that important. So make sure that you're relating to your customers in ways that help them to feel valued and intelligent, and use language that is friendly and not too technical. One trick that might help is to actually smile when speaking to someone, whether in a face-to-face discussion or on the phone. It's a lot harder to convey an attitude of boredom or annoyance when you're smiling. 

3. Acknowledge customer concerns. This can be a tough one, as no-one likes to feel like they're in the hot seat. However, make sure that when you're assisting an upset customer that you listen carefully to their concern, and promise to make it right (as much as is feasibly possible). It's also important to utilize positive language over negative language when interacting with your customers. For example, negative language might be the use of "I can't or won't do that right now", or "This is not our fault". Positive language would be, "Thank you for bringing this concern to our attention. I would be happy to help fix this issue for you!"

4. Help customers with the ability to help themselves. Sometimes it can be frustrating for customers if they're looking for an answer that they know should be easily available online, but instead have to spend the time to contact someone at your business. It's a good idea to have a website where customers can find this information, and publicize it on social media or in your advertising so that they know this is where many of their questions could be answered. For example, a business website should include store hours, locations, services provided (with helpful descriptions) and perhaps even a frequently asked questions. Another great thing about a website is that it can communicate through photographs or videos, which can be very helpful for your customer in understanding more about what your business offers!

5. Be thankful to you customers. As noted earlier, customers love to feel appreciated and valued.  One way to do this is write thank you notes after a customer makes a purchase, or have customer appreciation days with fun give aways and snacks. You might also consider utilizing the blog on your website or social media to highlight positive customer feedback, good customer questions or photographs of customers in your store (with their permission of course). A lot of people complain about faceless mega-corporations that seem to regard them as just a number. So be sure to bring a personal touch to help your business stand out!

Shear Madness Franchising franchises Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids salons. We have worked with franchise stores in providing franchisee support (in order to encourage continual growth and business success), and have sometimes seen the unexpected happen!  When it does, we help by identifying and helping with challenges that might arise for franchisees. Additionally, we work to present options that can help prevent these events as well. As many franchise owners may not have opened a business before, having someone who can advise them is a significant advantage of franchise ownership!

Would you like to sign up for our Monthly newsletter? If so, click HERE!

Are you interested in learning how YOU can join the Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids family and run your own successful small business? We are one of the fastest growing kids hair salons in the industry today! If you would like to learn more about this franchise opportunity or small business marketing, great marketing strategies, resources for small businesses, how to grow your small business or how to become a successful owner of your own kids hair salon franchise business, please click below or call 1-888-98 GONE MAD

 

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Topics: Business Tips, small business how-tos, growing a small business, employee loyalty, business growth, business relationships, franchising, customer appreciation, customer feedback, franchise growth, business success, business skills, business ownership, customer service

What's Wrong with this Picture? Choosing a Franchise Location!

Posted by Jim Otto on Thu, Jun 15, 2017 @ 11:06 AM

franchiselocation.jpgOur world headquarters is located in beautiful Johnson County, Kansas. Not far from our corporate office lies the busiest restaurant in the community, Nick and Jakes. It's located in the heart of Overland Park, Kansas on one of the busiest streets in town. With the high incomes of the local population and great visibility, this location seems like a no brainer!
 
However if you study the picture a little closer, you'll see that the restaurant next to Nick and Jakes is up for lease. In fact, for the 4th time in the last six years a restaurant has come and gone here in one of the hottest corners in Johnson County, right next to one of the busiest restaurants.  A banker recently told me that over three and a half million dollars has been spent on build-outs over the last 6 years trying to make something work, all to no avail. Now I know what you're thinking. Nick and Jake's must be so good that nothing can compete! And while that might be the case, it got to be such a topic of discussion around these parts that the owners of Nick and Jake's decided to put something in there - and it failed too! 
 
Why am I telling you all this? Because I think it's so important to illustrate how important (and difficult) it is to find the right franchise location. Choosing a franchise location or finding the right location for your business has a LOT of variables. But a great place to start is by first asking the following question: Will this franchise even work in my area?
 
Some other great questions to ask are:
 
1) What is the total population in my trade area, and how far will customers drive to come to my business? Make sure that you know who your customer is and if there is enough of them to support your business. 
 
2)  Income levels are another important factor. Most all businesses need customers with at least some discretionary income.
 
3) Population density. This is NOT the same thing as total population. Every business has a distance that people will drive for that good or service. For example, a sub sandwich shop may only need a certain amount of people within  a mile of its location to be successful, whereas a specialty hair salon may need to draw people from a six mile radius. Make sure your franchisor can tell you what the density requirements are for your business. 
 
4) Demographic makeup. Whatever your business, it will appeal to a certain group of people. The broader that appeal is the better, but many businesses are successful by catering to an underserved niche. just make sure that you have investigated who those customers are and if there are enough in your area.  
 
5) Competition and saturation does happen. Look at all the competitors you have and see how you stack up. If you aren't able to differentiate yourself and create a better customer experience then what's already there, you may have a tough time getting customers to switch to YOUR business.
 
Which brings me back to that space for lease in the picture. Some spaces - for whatever reason - just don't have that "it" factor.  While those are the spaces that a lot of landlords will encourage you to take, it's those spaces that you need to avoid! Good Luck on Finding a GREAT location for your business!
 
Shear Madness Franchising franchises Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids salons. We have worked with franchise stores in providing franchisee support (in order to encourage continual growth and franchise success), and have sometimes seen the unexpected happen!  When it does, we help by identifying and helping with challenges that might arise for franchisees. Additionally, we work to present options that can help prevent these events as well. As many franchise owners may not have opened a business before, having someone who can advise them is a significant advantage of franchise ownership!

Would you like to sign up for our Monthly newsletter? If so, click HERE!

Are you interested in learning how YOU can join the Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids family and run your own successful small business? We are one of the fastest growing kids hair salons in the industry today! If you would like to learn more about this franchise opportunity or small business marketing, great marketing strategies, resources for small businesses, how to grow your small business or how to become a successful owner of your own kids hair salon franchise business, please click below or call 1-888-98 GONE MAD

Exploring a Children's Salon Franchise

Topics: how to begin a business, Business Tips, small business how-tos, growing a small business, franchising, franchisee support, business success, business skills, franchise success, business ownership, franchise location, choosing the right location

If You Fail at This, You Will Probably Fail at Franchising!

Posted by Jim Otto on Thu, May 11, 2017 @ 17:05 PM

dontfailatthis.jpgAh yes! When it comes to buying a franchise, everything is set up for you to succeed. Support systems are in place, along with great training - all you have to do is follow the franchisor's proven systems! Right? 
 
Unfortunately there is a missing link to all of this. Your ability to manage, communicate and motivate your staff and employees is crucial to your success. If you have this ability, you will be able to create a great work environment at your business. This helps create customer satisfaction, which in turn can create strong retention and word of mouth for your business,  which will then help create higher revenue. On the other hand, if your staff is constantly turning over it can lead to things like low moral and infighting inside your business. Unsurprisingly, customers can feel that when they come in, and they won't come back.  Also, the cost of retraining staff and employees due to a high turnover can cost your business. According to a recent CAP study, the cost of replacing a $10 an hour retail employee is $3,328. 
 
Additionally you will need to communicate with a few unhappy customers from time to time, as they may not have had the experience that they had expected at your franchise. You and your staff's ability to convey your company culture to your customers is another part of the communication skills that you need. No wonder candidates that have had previous  experience owning and managing a business are so valuable to franchise systems. Good Luck with your search, it's an exciting time to own a business!
 
Shear Madness Franchising franchises Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids salons. We have worked with franchise stores in providing franchisee support (in order to encourage continual growth and franchise success), and have sometimes seen the unexpected happen!  When it does, we help by identifying and helping with challenges that might arise for franchisees. Additionally, we work to present options that can help prevent these events as well. As many franchise owners may not have opened a business before, having someone who can advise them is a significant advantage of franchise ownership!

Would you like to sign up for our Monthly newsletter? If so, click HERE!

Are you interested in learning how YOU can join the Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids family and run your own successful small business? We are one of the fastest growing kids hair salons in the industry today! If you would like to learn more about this franchise opportunity or small business marketing, great marketing strategies, resources for small businesses, how to grow your small business or how to become a successful owner of your own kids hair salon franchise business, please click below or call 1-888-98 GONE MAD

Exploring a Children's Salon Franchise

Topics: franchise buyers, buying a franchise, franchise opportunity, how to buy into a franchise, how to begin a business, Business Tips, business growth, business relationships, franchising, franchise research, evaluating a franchise, franchise, franchise success, franchising, franchise ownership, business skills, franchise success, business ownership

Four Basic Steps to Evaluating a Franchise System

Posted by Janon Otto on Fri, Jan 13, 2017 @ 14:01 PM

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New businesses are formed every day.  And businesses close their doors every day as well!  The chances of starting a blockbuster business on your own are small.  This is why the whole idea of buying a franchise business is a popular one!  Those businesses should have a track record of being successful, and should have systems in place that you can replicate. 

Running a business can be hard work, and it can encompass many challenges that most people have never encountered. But it's arguable that when you invest into a  franchise system, you have a greater chance of success. Plus, most  franchises (like Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids) do offer the advantage of a successful business history and scalability. However, as implementing a salon franchise system does take effort, you'll want to make sure all your questions are answered through doing a little research. 

How can you research a franchise system?  Because our expertise is in a salon franchise - we will address that situation directly, however most of these apply to any type of franchise system.

1.  Contact salon franchises, reach out to the franchisors, and compare business models!  Which one suits your interests?  Which one has the best opportunity for financial success, etc.

2.  Look at the Franchise Disclosure document and the Franchise Agreement.  Many people confuse these documents.  The Franchise Disclosure document lays out the facts about a franchise, how much it costs, the fees, history, current franchise locations, etc.  This document also lays out the details of the training that they offer - this is an important area to compare systems.  The more training, the better!  The Franchise Agreement is the document that you must sign to become a franchisee of the system.  Here is where the fine print details lay.  How is the Royalty collected, how can I advertise, what is my territory, etc.

3.  Talk to current franchisees.  These are the ones who have been through what you are thinking about pursuing.  They are free to tell you actually more than the franchisor can tell you!  The franchisor is bound by rules the FTC puts out about what they can and cannot say to any prospective franchisee.  But, the franchisees can tell you whatever they would like to tell you!

4.  Seek out a franchise business that currently has a long track record of success. Keep in mind that the franchise system itself may be younger than the actual concept itself.  Find out how long the franchisor has had a history with the concept itself.  Have they really figured it out before offering the franchise? For example, here at Shear Madness Franchising, we franchise Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids salons the Franchise system was started in late 2010, but the first salon has been inexistance since 1997!  

We have worked with our franchisees in growing their business, and truly want to help ensure sure they are on a path to franchise success. Why? Because we understand that having someone who can offer expert advice on growth and scalability is one of the significant advantages of franchise ownership!

Are you interested in learning how YOU can join the Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids family and run your own successful small business? We are one of the fastest growing kids hair salon franchise systems in the industry today! If you would like to learn more about small business marketing, great marketing strategies, resources for small businesses, business tips, how to grow a small business, or how to become a successful owner of your own kids hair salon franchise business, please click below or call 1-888-98 GONE MAD!

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September Blog Digest: Starting Your Own Business?

Posted by Matthew S on Mon, Sep 19, 2016 @ 14:09 PM

Sept16BlogDigest.jpgWhen starting a new business by yourself, sometimes it might seem like doing your own research and going at it alone is the most attractive option. But ultimately, this might not be a good idea. Not only could you possibly be doing the wrong research and making investments that might not be financially profitable over the long run, but you just might not have all the necessary information at your fingertips that can help ensure business success! Want to know more? Don't miss the rest of this very helpful article over at: In Business, One is the Loneliest Number! Also, be sure to check out some of our many other latest resources below, or by visiting our ever growing Shear Madness Franchise Blog!

Are you ready to turn your dream into a reality? Shear Madness Franchising franchises Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids salons. We have worked with franchise stores in providing franchisee support (in order to encourage continual growth), and have sometimes seen the unexpected happen!  When it does, we help by identifying and helping with challenges that might arise for franchisees. Additionally, we work to present options that can help prevent these events as well. As many franchise owners may not have opened a business before, having someone who can advise them is a significant advantages of franchise ownership! Click below for our free download - the Franchise Buyer's Toolkit!

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Are you interested in learning how YOU can join the Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids family by starting your own business? We are one of the fastest growing kids hair salons and franchise systems in the industry today! If you would like to learn more about small business marketing, great marketing strategies, resources for small businesses, business tips, how to grow your small business, or how to become a owner of your own kids hair salon franchise business, please click below or call 1-888-98 GONE MAD!

Until next time, have a great rest of the month! - The Shear Madness Team

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Blog Digest: What are Franchise Buyers Looking For?

Posted by Matthew S on Thu, Aug 18, 2016 @ 17:08 PM

August16BlogDigest.jpgWhat are prospective franchise buyers looking for when it comes to buying into a franchise system? We opened this question up to some of our Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids franchisees, and this is some of the feedback we received. First of all, Communication is  Key. It may seem like a given, but it's true! Franchise communication is important through all aspects of franchising - from being able to effectively communicate with customers, to being able to have great communication channels between potential area developers, franchisors, franchisees, and everyone in between. As such, franchise buyers should be looking for a communication system that ensures consistency and timeliness of communication. Similarly, a means by which franchisees throughout the system can easily and effectively communicate with each other is also very helpful. Many franchisees join a franchise for the systems and support, so it's critical they get it! To check out more about this topic, please read more atWhat do Franchise Buyers Want and Need? We Asked - Top 8 Answers! In the meantime, feel free to take a look at some of our latest Blog articles for August!

August Blog Resources:

Turn your Dream into Reality! Are you or someone you know interested in learning more about how to become a successful owner of your own kids hair salon franchise business? If so, please click "franchise opportunities", call 1-888-98 GONE MAD, or download our FREE Franchising Toolkit at the link below!

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We hope you've enjoyed our August edition of the Shear Madness Blog Digest. If you'd like to check out our entire library of blog articles, please click on Shear Madness Blog. In the meantime, if you should ever have any questions or articles that you might like to see us discuss in a future blog article, please don't hesitate to call or write us an e-mail. Until next time, have a GREAT rest of the Summer! 

The Shear Madness Team

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July Blog Digest: The 3 Must Have Skills!

Posted by Matthew S on Tue, Jul 26, 2016 @ 14:07 PM

kidsfranchise2.jpgDo you have the three "must have" business skills for franchise owners? Many people that contact me are “romantically” attracted to our concept. They love the idea of a cute, fun and brightly colored place to take kids for a great haircut. Or I hear, “I love children, so I was really attracted to this." However, it is a business!  To succeed you need skills too!  Interested in learning just what those top 3 skills are?  Find out by reading here!

Meanwhile, if you'd like to read about a variety of other subjects related to franchising and the successful operation of a small business, please click on Shear Madness Franchising Blog or check out some of the latest articles below!

Turn your Dream into Reality! Are you or someone you know interested in learning more about how to become a successful owner of your own kids hair salon franchise business? If so, please click "franchise opportunities", call 1-888-98 GONE MAD, or download our FREE Franchising Toolkit at the link below!

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We sincerely hope you've enjoyed our July edition of the Shear Madness Blog Digest. As always, if you should ever have any questions or articles that you might like to see us to discuss in our blog, please don't hesitate to call or write us an e-mail. We're having a great day, and we hope you have one too!

The Shear Madness Team

Topics: franchise, franchising, blog digest, business success, business skills