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NOUS EXISTONS! We Exist!

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It’s always good to be an inspiration to colleagues. Particularly when it’s Julie Lombe, National Trainer for Sothy’s. 

Julie reminds us that ethnic skin care education is a global issue and still rife with  opportunities for improvement:

La frontière entre marques cosmétiques généralistes et ethniques s’estompe progressivement.  Qu’elles soient de parfumerie (Lancôme) ou de grande distribution (L’Oréal, Dove, She Moisture), les marques de maquillage, de soin ou de soin capillaire tendent à se globaliser et à s’adresser à une clientèle multiculturelle.

On ne peut pas du tout en dire autant pour les marques professionnelles !  Les causes de cette invisibilité ethnique sont à chercher auprès de tous les acteurs de l’industrie : monde éducatif, marques, spas et instituts … et clients.  Un article inspiré par les réflexions de Linda Harding Bond.  

To read the full article click this link>>>https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/nous-existons-linvisible-client%C3%A8le-multiculturelle-des-julie-lombe

How Spas Skyrocket from Bronze to Gold

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Day Spa Association cited an interesting statistic in their latest Snapshot Report;

Spas that generated 20% or higher in retail could potentially improved their sales by as much as 14%.

This is not surprising as success tends to breed more success. But if you’re in that lower 20% group and desperately want to make a giant leap into the elite 30% plus club,  how do you make it happen? Read More

SE Asia’s Men’s Wellness Tourism Primed for Growth

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Wellness tourism is projected for an 11 percent compound annual growth rate through 2020, according to Technavio analysts. Primary wellness tourists traveling internationally outspend the average international tourist by at least 60 percent, signaling a growing and valuable revenue stream for hotels.

The growth of Southeast Asia, namely Malaysia, Indonesia and Vietnam, is also projected to fuel the market. Read More

Is The Spa Industry Outpacing Itself?

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The International Spa Association (ISPA) released its annual findings of spa industry financial indicators, reporting great news. Total revenue passed US$16 billion increasing from US$15.5 billion in 2014. Read More