This podcast I’m confident will spark up heated conversations. We we also get to learn why Paul feels the industry is being infiltrated by imposters and fraudsters. He says, “It’s time for these imposters to pack up and go back to the careers they walked out of. 2021 will be the biggest year yet for the barbering industry, but also the one with the most turmoil. Barbershops will need to be more professional, get registered with some sort of governing body and start to pay tax, decent wages and charge for their services accordingly.”
Starting his career as a barber in 1976 in a small barbershop in Wolverhampton, Paul has gone on to become owner of Simmons Barbershops and works as an ambassador for a leading scissor brand, along with working on shows around the world in his the former role as Artistic Director for Wahl GmbH (Germany). Having such a barber expert on the show, I had to also take up this opportunity to hear Paul’s take on the future direction of the barbering industry.
We’re going to get all of this today, so take a coffee (or tea, or water) break and let’s chat. And if you want more on this conversation with Paul, tune into this weeks Xtra Show HERE.
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