Disclosure: This is a sponsored post, written by me, on behalf of Supercuts. All thoughts and opinions expressed are solely my own and have not been influenced in any manner.
My husband and my daughter get their hair cut at least once a month. Both of them have hair that grows by the second! Each time we go, the hair salon is always super busy. Although we usually have a wait, it is usually very short.
I have made the comment more than once that I needed to cut hair because there was always a need for that. People will always want to look good for work, dates and everything special life throws at us. I have noticed that even when the economy has slowed down, the hair salon we frequent has remained busy. Owning a SuperCuts could be a profitable venture. HMMMM... This got me thinking about what it takes to own a SuperCuts.
It's simple to own a Supercuts. You do NOT have to know how to cut hair to own a SuperCuts location. Those services must be performed by a licensed professional. Franchise owners won't ever be cutting hair, they will be in charge of running the business instead. You don't have a high amount of staff, inventory costs are low, and hours are reasonable.
SuperCuts is owned by Regis Corporation and is ranked No. 1 in the U.S. haircare franchise arena. The brand is widely recognized. It's also backed by national advertising, and a robust web and mobile presence. This is huge!! It saves the franchise owner a lot of money.
Since getting hair cuts is a need, the business will always be needed. I could never imagine a robot cutting hair! This type of job needs the personal, human touch! With the reasonable prices that SuperCuts charges, business should continue growing. (Kinda like your hair!)