The SEA founding members joining me for this conversation are Co-Founder at The Chapel, Toby Dicker, Director at Alan d Hairdressing Education, Edward Hemmings and CEO at Hershesons, Luke Hersheson. We talk about some really big topics, including why the SEA is campaigning for salons with bricks and mortar premises working and employing PAYE staff and training future employees within the sector.
We also talk about how the SEA feels our industry is poorly represented, with nobody campaigning directly for salons that pay the most tax and contribute to the future of our sector. I’m keen to do a little probing here as many say our industry is served by many other associations, but regardless SEA is doing fantastic work. So fantastic the SEA currently has 953 salons signed up, representing 10,458 employees.
This honest and frank conversation with Toby, Edward and Luke will leave us with a better uderstanding of the SEA mission – a coalition of like minded salon business owners fighting for parity and the future of salons and those trained within them. It’s a long journey to getting the recognition our industry truly deserves, but after listening to this episode today, it’ll be a journey that you will want to be part of, too!
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