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Thinking Out Loud – with Ken Baszto, featuring David Schwartz

The Hair Society recently spent some time with David Schwartz of HairVisions International. Our discussion covered many topics, including supply chain disruption, warranty of hair, availability, turn around, and more.

Supply & Demand – A Hairy Mess

Imagine going to the store to buy your usual dozen regular eggs. When you get to the dairy section, all of the eggs are gone. The first time this happens, you decide to purchase the brown eggs instead. The next

Are You Laser Focused? (Part 1 of 3)

What is a laser? Most of us think about the little lights we shine to make our animals go crazy. Or maybe others think of a pointer that helps guide people who are watching a presentation. Lasers have been used

Boost Your Business With An E-Commerce Storefront

One of the things that motivate our team at The Hair Society is to see hair restoration/ replacement salons as well as hair salons succeed. When we have the privilege to help you achieve your goals and dreams, we are

Should You Stop Your Marketing During A Global Pandemic?

Original article source: TMG Ventures, Inc. Friday, May 8, 2020 11:23pm TMG Ventures is the parent company of The Hair Society, and The Hair, Mind, and Body Wellness Group We are in a global pandemic. Our lives have changed. Our

The New Normal

The hair restoration and hair industry have been hit hard by the COVID-19 virus. After being considered a non-essential business by the powers that be, we have been mostly inoperative since mid-March/early April. Clients, on the other hand, are clamoring

Is It Time For Plan B? C? Maybe Even D??

Our Plan A may not always be our best solution at this time. What does that mean? For some, it doesn’t change anything, but for others, it temporarily changes everything.  The US Government is doing everything they can to support

How To Keep Your Clients Safe

As most of us know, the COVID-19 virus spreads most frequently from person-to-person, among close contacts that are within approximately six feet away. Transmission mostly occurs via respiratory droplets. According to the CDC (Center for Disease Control), best practices to

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