Robert Cromeans, Paul Mitchell’s Global Artistic Director, attended The Millennium Experience 2014 went on to say that this is one of his most anticipated events of the year because everyone is using the same tool [Millennium] and everyone is speaking the same language, and it is so true. Each year, it amazes me to see salon and spa owners, managers, and service providers alike, so connected and engaged; and not just with the educators, but with one another as well.
As a salon owner, who is behind the chair and a national educator, I can honestly tell you that The Millennium Experience is an event like no other. Each year, this event unites the best educators and beauty businesses in the country, and I learn so much every time. The experience combines tons of general business education that focuses on things like marketing, goal setting, social media, inventory, reports, motivating your staff, and you’ll learn a lot about the Millennium and Meevo products as well. The event even includes top artistic educators like Nick Arrojo, Patick Calle, and Kim Vo so you can learn the latest cutting and styling trends. You literally have everything important to your world at your fingertips. Our industry has changed and no longer can you be successful by just being a really good stylist. You need to understand the business side of our profession or you will never be as successful as you want to be. Beauty professionals who understand the business side of beauty like average ticket, pre-booking, client retention and frequency of visit are “dangerous.” These are professionals who owners want to hire and stylists want to work for. If you’re looking for education and you want to be a part of something great, then check out The Experience 2015. You can see a recap of last year’s event here. I hope to see you there.
For more information on the event, educators and classes, check out the website at www.themillenniumexperience.com
– Matt Beck