10 day challenge for salons

Free 10-Day Sales Challenge to boost your salon’s revenue

20 Jan 2023 by Kitomba

Are you up for a challenge? We’ve partnered with Patricia Ross, salon owner, sales expert and wealth empowerment coach from First Class Services to provide a free 10-day sales challenge for salons on Monday 30 January 2023 to kick-off the new year by increasing your revenue by at least $3,000 in 10 days! 

This free challenge, valued at $500, includes a 15-minute online training session with tips for increasing your daily average in sales and free coaching and support throughout the challenge. 

Plus, there’s over $2,500 worth of prizes up for grabs! The top three performers will win 1-month of free coaching valued at $500, and the challenge winner will also receive a Dyson Corrale hair straightener worth $750! 

The challenge will begin on Monday 30 January 2023 and is limited to 20 salon owners and managers in New Zealand and Australia. 

Editors note: The 10-Day Sales Challenge has now begun! Thank you to everyone who signed up, and we wish you the best of luck!

How the 10-day challenge works 

  • Sign up for one of the two training sessions on Monday 30 January (morning session or evening session).
  • Attend the 15-minute free online training session with Patricia Ross.  
  • You’ll receive your own tracking chart with your business logo and targets that are personalised to suit your business.
  • Run your Kitomba reports as directed in the training to get your baseline. 
  • Get your team on-board with the challenge and create a sales incentive. 
  • Receive unlimited support and coaching from Patricia throughout the 10 days. 
  • Run your Kitomba reports at the end and submit your challenge results. 
  • If you achieve the biggest revenue growth, you’ll win a prize worth $1,250!

How can I join the challenge?

To join the 10-Day Sales Challenge, register by choosing the training session you want to attend on Monday 30 January:

  1. Morning session: 10am – 10.15am NZDT / 8am AEDT – click here to register
  2. Evening session: 7:30pm – 7.45pm NZDT / 5:30pm AEDT – click here to register

Each session is limited to 10 participants. To claim your spot in the 10-day challenge, choose a session from the two options above and register your details. Easy!

Please note: This challenge has limited spaces and is offered on a first come, first served basis. 

You will receive instructions for how to successfully complete the challenge at the 15-minute free online training.

Why should I do the challenge?

  • It’s free! You’ll receive $500 worth of coaching at no cost to you. 
  • This challenge is designed to help you increase your revenue by at least $3,000 in 10 days! That means a boost in revenue for your business. 
  • You’ll learn simple techniques to increase your daily sales average. 
  • You’ll motivate your team to sell through the 10-day challenge. 
  • Learn more about Kitomba reporting and how to use it to grow your revenue. 
  • Integrate what you learn into your day-to-day and you’ll vastly increase your revenue each year!
  • Be in to win your share of $2,500+ worth of prizes!

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About the facilitator, Patricia Ross  

Patricia Ross is the owner of Ross & Co Hair Design in Hamilton, an award-winning salon which won the title of New Zealand’s fastest growing salon in 2017. After 10 years in business, Patricia is now using her expertise to help other salons streamline their processes and increase their revenue. Her second business, First Class Services, provides remote reception services for salons, sales training and support, and business growth coaching. 

If you have any questions about the 10-day challenge, contact Patricia Ross by emailing remotehairnbeauty@gmail.com. Learn more about First Class Services by visiting www.firstclassservice.co.nz

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