Posted on 17th October 2017 by Caitlin Adamson
We like to be the bringers of good news here at Shortcuts. We’ve heard whispers that you’re keen for a simple way to collect signed waivers forms from clients, and have it sync straight to their online client history record.
We’re here to tell you that there is a way!
Posted on 29th September 2017 by Jessica Crane
You may want to sit down for this. The average salon loses between 10% and 25% of its client base every year so the need to attract new clients and retain them is greater than ever. This means in two to three years you could have lost 50% of your clientele!
Posted on 8th September 2017 by Caitlin Adamson
Ready yourselves ladies and gents. It seems like just yesterday we were chowing down on festive feasts, and raising our glasses to 2017. But the time has rolled around yet again where you need to start preparing for the next festive season whirlwind.
Little nervous? Don’t be – we’ve got your backs with this holiday season survival guide.
Posted on 21st August 2017 by Christin Riggs
We’ve heard you, and are excited to introduce everyone’s favorite feature: email receipts. Say goodbye to the paper rolls and the headaches too because, well, problem solved!
Posted on 18th August 2017 by Tara Sharland
Seamless and business in the same sentence? If you’re a business owner, that probably sounds like sweet music to your ears. To many, it’s an elusive goal to successfully operate a seamless, functional business that boosts productivity and profit, while dialling down stress. But is it actually do-able?
Posted on 14th August 2017 by Caitlin Adamson
The best thing you can do for your business is to transform yourself into a smooth operator. But hang on a minute – what exactly is a smooth operator? It’s someone who is always on top of things, organised to a tee, and has their business running like fingers through a freshly cut ‘do.
Posted on 8th August 2017 by Caitlin Adamson
Have you ever heard that if you’re a creative and visual person then you use the right side of your brain? Or if you love to plan and like to analyse situations then you tend towards the left side of your brain?
But exactly which traits do you need to run a successful business?