How is the hairdressing council helping?
Hairdressing We Have A Problem
by Jules Peacocke/Piccolo Podcasts
4M ago
Jules is joined by Sandy Chong in this episode. Sandy Chong is a key influence in the Hairdressing Industry. Currently she is the CEO/Director of the Australian Hairdressing Council. She speaks on behalf of the industry to Government and media, creating relationships to support an industry that is often overlooked. Her role at the AHC has established better business practices, training and education and building sustainable careers for the future of the industry. Sandy’s vision is to create an industry that has the highest possible standards in ethics, technical ability and workplace. I'll be ..read more
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US Millennial Hairdressers - are they shaping the future?
Hairdressing We Have A Problem
by Jules Peacocke/Piccolo Podcasts
4M ago
Jules is joined by David Bosscher this week. David is an American stylist and a true mentor in the business, David is the co-creator of 'Destroy The Hairdresser', a professional coaching model for the current generation of hairdressers and salon owners.     Visit the links for more information: https://www.instagram.com/hairwehaveaproblem/ https://www.destroythehairdresser.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information ..read more
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F*ck It...
Hairdressing We Have A Problem
by Jules Peacocke/Piccolo Podcasts
4M ago
Jules is joined by Carl Keeley in this episode. Carl Keeley is an award-winning hairdresser, photographer, business owner and educator. Along with Carl's wife and business partner Belinda, they own Melbourne's Chumba Concept Salons located at both Warragul and Chapel Street.  More recently they have been educating others on how to grow their salons and create magical hair careers for themselves, with their salon coaching business.  Visit the links for more information: https://www.instagram.com/hairwehaveaproblem/ https://hairdressingwehaveaproblem.com.au/ https://www.chumba.com.au ..read more
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Are salon suite’s the problem or a solution?
Hairdressing We Have A Problem
by Jules Peacocke/Piccolo Podcasts
4M ago
Jules is joined by Lance Kalish, co-founder and executive director of Salon Lane in this episode. Lance Kalish is a serial entrepreneur and recognised among Australia’s most accomplished international consumer product builders and social entrepreneurs. Salon Lane is a shared workspace solution that creates move-in-ready salon studios and workspaces.    Visit the links for more information: https://www.instagram.com/hairwehaveaproblem/ https://hairdressingwehaveaproblem.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information ..read more
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How we can see the light through education
Hairdressing We Have A Problem
by Jules Peacocke/Piccolo Podcasts
4M ago
Jules is joined by Louise Blake in this episode. Louise has been hairdressing for 24 years and originally trained in England. Louise is the Salon Owner and Head Technician of Toni and Guy, Cronulla and was drawn to hairdressing as it’s creative, social and has the opportunity for constant education (her 3 fav things).   Visit the links for more information: https://www.instagram.com/hairwehaveaproblem/ https://hairdressingwehaveaproblem.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information ..read more
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Apprentice hairdressers…where are they?
Hairdressing We Have A Problem
by Jules Peacocke/Piccolo Podcasts
4M ago
Jules is joined by Danielle Tedesco, the Head of Hairdressing Education at the popular Meadowbank TAFE. The government has created an anxiety-inducing, assessment-heavy training package that exhausts students in a way that sets them up to fail. It seems the solutions are within our capacity to influence heavily, so why is the industry not making more noise?   Visit the links for more information: https://www.instagram.com/hairwehaveaproblem/ https://hairdressingwehaveaproblem.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information ..read more
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You aren’t safe if you buy a hair salon...
Hairdressing We Have A Problem
by Jules Peacocke/Piccolo Podcasts
4M ago
Jules is joined by Jaclyn Malmo who has worked on both sides of the industry fence: on the supplier side as a product company rep and now as a solopreneur in her salon in the Northern Beaches of Sydney. She thought buying a salon would be easy… it was. It’s the keeping it safe that has been hard! Visit the links for more information: https://www.instagram.com/hairwehaveaproblem/ https://hairdressingwehaveaproblem.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information ..read more
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Is the hair industry broken?
Hairdressing We Have A Problem
by Jules Peacocke/Piccolo Podcasts
4M ago
Is the hairdressing industry broken and corrupted? After running a successful hairdressing business for 25 years, Jules Peacocke has learned a thing or two about staying alive. But she feels something is seriously wrong in the industry and nobody is talking about it. Is it all in her head?  She tests out her theories on others. Here is where the smelling of a rat all started.   Visit the links for more information: https://www.instagram.com/hairwehaveaproblem/ https://hairdressingwehaveaproblem.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information ..read more
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