Five Things You’ll Want to Do Before Opening Your Spa




As a new spa owner, there are some things you’ll need to do before launching your business.  With a Grand Opening weeks away, putting the finishing touches on your salon is crucial.  After all, you want people to recognize your business and know it for its excellent product and services, right?

  1. Get to know your competition.  See what services they offer and what prices they charge.  This gives you an idea as to how to remain competitive.  An important part of every business plan is pricing.  Pay close attention to ways you can cut costs yet still deliver quality services to your customers.
  2. Choose a location where your business is front and center.  Visibility is key especially when you’re the new kid on the block.  Scout out locations to find the best one for your salon.
  3. Hire employees.  Select the best men and women for the job.  Your employees represent your business and its values. 
  4.    Shop for spa furniture.  Portable pedicure chairs and portable massage tables are a necessity for every salon offering spa services.  Look for sturdy materials and quality craftsmanship.  Good spa furniture has a high ROI.  You get what you pay for.
  5. Advertise, advertise, advertise.  How will anyone know about your grand opening without advertising?  Make sure you spend adequate time and money preparing a marketing plan for your business.  Announce spa specials or offer free massages to the first ten people to schedule an appointment with you.  Do what it takes to get the recognition you deserve because after all, you’ve worked hard for it!


Now that you have everything in order for your Grand Opening, sit back and relax.  With the right massage table, pedicure chair, and manicure table in your business, it’s hard to resist the services you offer.  Who doesn’t love being pampered?  The people in your city agree that a new spa is long overdue.

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