A PIONEER salon highlighted its support for the struggling hairdressing and beauty sector.
Salon Ial at Coleg Cambria Yale’s new location in Wrexham offers space for start-ups and mobile businesses, as well as employment and training opportunities for those looking to join the industry.
The initiative is open to hairdressers, beauticians, complementary therapists, nail technicians and make-up artists.
With Covid-19 negatively impacting hair and beauty – there has been a 21% drop in full-time employment resulting in widespread shutdowns, with turnover falling by over 40% at UK scale – this will give interested parties a timely boost in the new year.
Sarah Edwards, Commercial Director of Hair and Beauty at Cambria, said: “We are committed to providing employment opportunities to support the hair and beauty industry.
“There have been so many challenges since the start of the pandemic that we wanted to do something to try to help, so starting in the New Year we will have low cost space available here at the show alongside our team. experienced stylists and therapists.
“This will be a great opportunity, especially for those who want a place to learn more about the business and grow their business in a real-time, real-time working environment.
“It is also an opportunity to bridge the gap between post-education and employment at a crucial time for many organizations, capitalizing on the potential with our support. “
Maria Stevens, Cambria Director of Business Operations, added: “To Ial the emphasis is on bringing industry and education together to train the next generation of workers in different fields.
“Our enthusiasm for developing and protecting local businesses after Covid is demonstrated in this new strategy, so we hope to hear from people interested in being a part of it. “
For more information e-mail [email protected] or visit www.cambria.ac.uk for the latest news and information from Coleg Cambria.
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