Hair Care Franchise will target Blacks and Latinos
CINNAMINSON, N.J. – June 14 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — For Jerome Williams the directive was clear: with the “the changing face of America,” and knowledge of the economic potential of America’s largest new “minority” – the Latino population – there was no other choice but to put his skill and know-how to work, and to recruit others knowledgeable about the hair care industry, to create the nation’s first hair care franchise serving both African Americans and Latinos.
As founding partner of Global Franchising Group, LLC, Williams served as the master franchisee and sub-franchisor for Fantastic Sam’s Hair Salons in the North Jersey and North Eastern, Pennsylvania region. “I’ve been privileged to be in the franchise hair care business for several years, and know the formula for success in this industry. I couldn’t ignore the statistics of the latest U.S. Census, and felt that it was time to elevate to another level,” states Williams.
The Power of the Franchise
For anyone with entrepreneurial ambitions, the task of launching an enterprise can be unnerving. “One of the keys to franchise success is for the franchisee to have good people skills. This is critical. It is also important to be coachable,” says Williams. Franchising is a systematic transfer of know-how in the business world. Good, quality franchise programs offer a successful operational formula that when adhered to, will work positively for the franchisee.
“We at Cultural Cuts, are looking for individuals with entrepreneurial drive and vision to take this business to the highest level possible. However, these individuals must be flexible enough to work within the proven business formula derived by the company to ensure their success.” Unlike building a business from scratch, a franchisee has the power of experience behind him/her, and the on-going opportunity to consult with others within the business operation.
Key members of the Cultural Cuts executive team have a combined 36 years of managerial experience in the areas of franchise management; salon management; award-winning cosmetologist and trainer; and marketing and branding expertise.
Kimberly J. Davis, President and Director of Training of Cultural Cuts has the experience of being a member of the 2007 Miss USA Pageant and Miss Universe Pageant official styling teams, as well as an educational consultant for the world-renown Farouk Systems Group, Inc.
“Ms. Davis offers the depth of experience of working with international clientele, and being an expert colorist and stylist. Her background assures success for our franchisees to obtain better than adequate education and training, so that their customer’s will have highly qualified, licensed cosmetologists serving them,” says Williams.
About Cultural Cuts, LLC
Cultural Cuts Hair Salons is the first franchise ever to target both the Latino and African American markets. The franchise selection process is a four-step procedure which in most cases can be finalized within 45 days. For those driven to succeed, and have an appreciation of the economic viability of the African American and Latino markets, are entrepreneurial, yet willing to be coached by experts in the hair care franchise industry, visit: www.culturalcuts.com, or call 1-866-204-4556.
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