The SpaSeekers founder and CEO talks business growth, success, and balancing the plates as a family man.
Cosmetics have been around a long time, so standing out is tricky – even for large firms. However, this micro business has found its way onto everyone’s lips.
The average bride will spend £301 on beauty for their wedding, according to Brides magazine, and some will spend even more. That’s because, when it comes to a bride on her wedding day, nothing short of perfection is acceptable – a lesson that can be adapted for customer service across sectors.
So you’ve spent years building your business from the base up, acquiring customers, closing funding rounds and building the team. After deciding the company needs a fresh new look, how do you go about doing that to an established company worth a nine-figure amount?
Age is no barrier to looking fabulous, according to Tricia Cusden, who at 65 created a new make-up range aimed at older women. We took a look at how digital strategies have enabled her to garner a loyal following.
Online hair and beauty marketplace Wahanda has built on a recent €42m fundraising by closing the acquisition of Dutch rival platform Treatwell, though a deal worth €34m.
Urban Massage, featured in this year's Everline Future 50, is riding the wave of changing consumer behaviour and revolutionising the way you book and receive massage treatments. While having a massage, he had “a light bulb moment”.
Maria Hatzistefanis, founder of skincare range Rodial, on packing orders, weekends in the Cotswolds and Addison Lee.