How to measure the success of your business

How to measure the success of your business

8 Dec 2016 by Alyssa McArley

Do you know how successful your business is? How do you measure that success? In reality there are probably few businesses that have a solid, measured approach to determining their success. Sure healthy revenue and breaking even are a helpful guide, but how can you tell that your business is really working, that it’s truly successful? Continue reading…

New look for Kitomba November 2016

New look for Kitomba!

17 Nov 2016 by Kitomba

For the past few months our team has been working on some really exciting Kitomba changes. Despite the recent New Zealand earthquake and not being able to safely access the Wellington office, our development and test teams have been working from their homes to complete the latest Kitomba release for you.

So over the next few weeks, you’re going to notice some pretty major differences in Kitomba! Continue reading…

comparing your business to competition

Comparing your business to competitors

10 Nov 2016 by Kitomba

As a business owner it’s important to have your fingers firmly on the pulse of your own business, and what’s going on around you, especially in such a competitive industry. It’s useful to keep an eye on your competitors. Your competition can help you make informed decisions, and you can learn from them what works and what doesn’t. But don’t fall into the trap of worrying about every little step they take – it will drive you mad! You need to take a considered approach. Continue reading…

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New Kitomba One Security is here!

7 Nov 2016 by Kitomba

Kitomba One Security is here! So we want to give you the low-down on our latest feature release. We’ve been working on redesigning our security system to make it easier to use, simple to manage users, and make it better for everyone using Kitomba One. Continue reading…

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Measuring salon targets to make the magic happen

20 Oct 2016 by Lisa Conway

Management Consultant Peter Drucker once said, “If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.” I’d argue that many important aspects of your salon business – such as culture, morale and energy – are manageable, yet can’t readily be nailed down as data in spreadsheets. But when it comes to salon targets, Peter Ducker was on the money: without measurement, they’re worthless. Their potential magic is lost. Continue reading…