Hairdressers, Barbers & Beauty Professionals across UK have called for One Voice and here it is!
The time has now come for one voice to represent the many industry professionals from all parts of the hair, barber, beauty & nail sector joining together, working together for the betterment of the sector. The British Hair & Beauty Collective is finally here!
Hairdressers, Barbers & Beauty professionals across the UK have been calling for the fragmented personal care sector to be fully represented for many years. More recently, the Coronavirus pandemic exposed the weaknesses in the industry exposing fault lines that have been with us for so many years.
The British Hair & Beauty Collective
The Government have now recognised the need for the Personal Care Sector to be given their own department within the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) team to help with the many issues surrounding Covid-19, compliance and more moving forward. Therefore, The Hair & Barber Council along with Salon Owners United have formed a collaboration and are now delighted to launch ‘The British Hair & Beauty Collective’ – a much needed unification and collaboration with one voice representing all in the sector, able to talk to Government directly as one collective and giving us a clear strategy for the future.
Applications to join the ‘Collective’ will follow shortly.
“The fragmentation of our sector has been an issue for many decades, one of the main reasons successive Governments have never taken our industry seriously. Very sad to say, this situation is becoming worse instead of better, and unless things change we will never be
taken seriously or regarded as the professional industry we truly are. With the launch of this totally inclusive and equally represented Collective, we have a real chance to make a make a significant difference that will change the perception of our industry for generations to come” – Keith Conniford, Registrar and CEO of The Hairdressing Council, trading as The Hair and Barber Council.
“As a salon owner who employs many hair and beauty professionals and like many other salons, we feel there are far too many voices claiming to represent us, which can be very confusing. This has been exacerbated by the Coronavirus pandemic and the many challenges that now follow, so it’s now time for us to be represented by those working in the industry for the industry. I am personally delighted that this much awaited change has finally come which will help to calm the confusion and build a more inclusive and supported industry” – Collette Osborne, founder of Salon Owners United.