Remedy Spa & Salon Suites is now open to franchise opportunities with partners based in the United States. Interested business persons can now apply for franchise opportunities with Remedy Spa & Salon Suites. Successful applicants will receive a comprehensive business model, thorough training, and ongoing support from the company’s senior management team.
Remedy Spa & Salon Suites founder Snoop Dillard set out on this successful venture in 2018. Since then, the venture branched out to 22 fully leased salon suites and flourished considerably in the health and beauty industry. They’ve so far started up shop in three different parts of Metro Atlanta.
I intended to establish the ultimate hub for beauty professionals who desired an affordable and easy answer for salon ownership when I started Remedy Spa & Salon Suites, says Mychel “Snoop” Dillard. “Leasing a suite with Remedy allows beauty professionals to focus on acquiring and keeping clientele with reduced overhead, fewer operational constraints, and little administrative obligations.”
You’ll get 24/7 access, private upmarket studios, single/double suites with ample space, private parking, and high-end fixtures, finishes, and appliances when you lease here.
Once a franchisee joins the company, they will access the brand’s well-tested and proven processes, purchasing power and distribution networks, cooperative marketing, new product development and roll-outs, experienced trainers, and ongoing training and educational opportunities.
She continues, “Right now, we’re seeking for franchisees that want to develop salons and spas, create productive spaces, and help their city’s economy.” “Our goal is to make this a household name across the country.” In Atlanta, the salon is well-established and has a sizable share of the market. From here, the corporation hopes to broaden the brand’s reach in a few major domestic markets.
Entrepreneurs and investors from all industries can explore franchising prospects, but those in the health and beauty industry are particularly interested. It is also necessary that the franchise adheres to its objective to meet consumer demand for private beauty and wellness services while simultaneously alleviating the responsibilities of salon ownership felt by beauty and wellness experts.