Dallas, TX, January 10, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- ShearShare, the pioneer in on-demand workspace for the beauty and barbering industry, will lead a session at the upcoming DFW Beauty Industry Business Expo titled, "How to Use Technology to Increase Your 2018 Cash Flow.”
Dr. Tye Caldwell, cofounder & CEO for ShearShare, will conduct a session on Monday, January 8, 2018, at 11:00 a.m. and will include a ten-minute Q&A. “As an industry veteran, I’m asked often about how I built my business and maintained success across more than two decades. With today’s technological advances, there are strategies that beauty entrepreneurs can employ to help speed up the process and hurdle the financial roadblocks that come with operating in this industry.”
Attendees will walk away with a set of resources to help assess their current launch strategy and a blueprint for how to effectively employ next-generation tools to increase their cash flow.
The DFW Beauty Industry Business Expo is the area’s annual hairstylist conference, and it will be held January 8, 2018, in Carrollton, Texas, from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. It offers half a day of learning with a focus on how to finance your salon business, best practices for growing clientele, how to plan for retirement, and new innovations. Dallas area industry experts will share their secrets to help attendees learn how to execute new strategies in 2018 while managing revenues.
“Come ask questions to this year’s hand-selected speakers and panelists who are definitely some of the beauty industry shakers and makers in the DFW Metroplex,” says Ben Adams, host and organizer of this year’s beauty industry business expo.
As cofounder & CEO for ShearShare, Caldwell has created the first mobile app that allows licensed cosmetologists and barbers to rent space to work by the day in cities all over the world. Previously, he owned and operated an award-winning beauty salon and barbershop located in north Dallas. He earned his Doctorate of Professional Barbering from Miracle University and is a #1 best-selling author on how to maintain long-term success in the beauty and style industry. Caldwell was recently named to the Techweek 100, TechCo’s Startup of the Year, and a Black Enterprise “Top 5 Beauty Tech Company Founded by Black Entrepreneurs.”
For more information and to register for the one-day event, please visit www.dfwhaircare.com, or call (214) 727-6068. Admission is $30. Seating is limited.
ShearShare, Tech Co’s 2016 Startup of the Year, is the first global marketplace that allows salon and barbershop owners to rent their excess suites and booths to licensed cosmetologists and barbers by the day. The ShearShare mobile platform gives owners a chance to make efficient use of their excess space by providing independent stylists short-term access based on a time and price that’s convenient for them. Launched in September 2016 by Dr. Tye and Courtney Caldwell, ShearShare currently serves beauty and barbering professionals in more than 350 cities and 11 countries. For more information, visit ShearShare.com. To join the ShearShare community on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter, follow @ShearShare.