Ergun Tercan European Salon Advanced Hair Academy

Education that is all about you. Our advanced hair techniques will help you excel in the beauty industry.

Advanced Hair Academy Here at the Advanced Hair Academy we believe that education is the best investment you can make for not only yourself but also for your career .We offer customized Advanced Education that is geared to your learning type and style .Let education ignite your passion and motivation today .Boost you career increase not only your confidence, but also your skill level. Now enrolling in our 8 educational Rituals! Series 1 Ritual 1 Shampooing Consultation Ritual 2 European Hair coloring Series 2 Ritual 3 European Highlighting Ritual 4 European Hair dressing Series 3 Ritual 5 European Cutting Ritual 6 European Razor cutting /Bangs ,and texture Series 4 Ritual 7 European hair Extensions Ritual 8 European Smoothing system To Advance your career and enroll please contact Tim Jarmillo School: 303-433-5544 E-mail: [email protected]

Pretty Fun New Hair Color Ideas to Try This Summer

Spring is in the air! Ergun Tercan is bringing the new to you, again... From Kelly Osbourne to Kylie Jenner, we’ve seen some seriously bold spring and summer hair color ideas on celebs this season. But how are real women wearing the trends? Find out in this episode of “Talk Pretty to Me.”

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Jan Bonito's Work

WE are so lucky to have one of the greatest make-up artists in the industry, Jan Bonito, on OUR team! We want to congratulate him on all of his hard work and his much deserved recognition! We can't wait to see what the future hold for him and his talent! He is sure to accomplish greatness!

WE are so lucky to have one of the greatest make-up artists in the industry, Jan Bonito, on OUR team! We want to congratulate him on all of his hard work and his much deserved recognition! We can't wait to see what the future hold for him and his talent! He is sure to accomplish greatness!

We would like to congratulate Christina Larez on a successful completion of Ergun Tercan Advanced Hair Academy. Christina will be joining the team at Ergun Tercan European Salon.

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Our Awsome Team

Our Awsome Team

Start date is December 15th.

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Meet our Graduates!

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We would like to congratulate Katie Wilkinson on her successful graduation of the Advanced Hair Academy! Katie will be joining the staff

We would like to congratulate Samantha Porter on her success, and graduation. Samantha Has joined the team

2 more graduates from the Advanced Hair Academy!

Job Fairs & Classes for Cosmetology Students

[09/19/14]   October 20th. is the next start date.

Job Fairs & Classes for Cosmetology Students

Job Fairs & Classes for Cosmetology Students

[09/16/14]   Career Fair At the AVEDA institute was a blast!

[09/11/14]   I found this article and love it! -Tim

10 Tips to Help You Become a Superstar in Sales
Selling takes discipline, a system, and an ability to communicate and understand people. Do you have what it takes to be a Superstar in sales?

Selling takes discipline, a system, and an ability to communicate and understand people. Do you think selling is a science or and art? What do you think it takes to be successful in sales? Can you be trained to be a great sales person?
I once had a sales associate tell me he didn't like selling...he thought it was better to wait until the customer came to him ready to buy...needless to say he didn't last long. One of the biggest fears many people have is selling something to other people; many people say they don't want to come across as pushy. As a business owner and manager, you have to sell to survive. Good sales people sell without coming across as pushy. The strategy for effective selling has three stages: building a foundation, setting expectations, and following up.
Build Rapport
People buy from someone they like. Some people are able to establish rapport faster than others. Take the time to build some common ground with the person you are hoping to potentially sell to. The shorter the sales cycle the more difficult this is, but it is still possible even in an environment in which the sales cycle is extremely short. The more common ground you can find in a short amount of time the better rapport you'll develop. This is the cornerstone of building a foundation and establishing rapport. With this solidly in place you can genuinely feel like you are helping your potential client and not pushing something on him or her. They in turn can sense that you genuinely care and want to help them with a need that they have.
Keeping a view of the big picture will help you stay focused and positive. The reality is that the person you are building rapport with may not turn out to be your ideal client. . .but they may know someone who is. Referrals are the best prospects and a great way to get referrals is to generate as many relationships as possible that have some form of reciprocity. A wise woman once said, "the nicest thing you can do for someone is be nice to the people they love." If you can find creative ways to do nice things for a person's children, nieces, nephews, significant other, and friends then you will be building an enormous bank of reciprocity. Not only that, but it also feels really good and you're making the world a better place.
Uncover The Need
There are probably many people out there who need your product or service. Some of them may know it. . .and some of them may not. The reality is that other business owners are probably going after the same clients that you are. A good approach is to use a two-prong strategy (attempt to sell to both types of people). It is obviously a little harder to sell to the latter category, but you will have less competition. With this latter group you first have to help them see why they need what you are selling. Once you uncover the need with probing thought-provoking questions then (and only then) you can focus on how you can meet that need better than anyone else.
Gauge Interest
You can only help people that want to be helped. Visualize a lifeguard swimming out to help someone who is drowning. If the person doesn't want your help or is not fighting to save herself/himself then you won't be able to help them or even worse they may drag you down to the bottom of the lake with them. The more receptive someone is to your product or service will determine what expectations you both will have going forward. The ability to successfully gauge interest is the first step to setting expectations.
Expectations Of Frequency
Whether people say it or not they have expectations about everything in life. Figuring out what those expectations REALLY are is an adventure and not easy. The challenge is to figure out what people really mean when they say something. Getting to the point where you can decipher that or interpret what that actually means is worth the effort. In order to not come across as pushy or feel pushy you need to find out how often the potential client would like for you to contact him or her about what you have to offer. Here is the secret to success. . .ask. That is the only way to find out. If the answer is ambiguous then ask a couple of questions to clarify what he or she means. Then set something in stone. For example, "I'll call you Tuesday the 25th at noon." If this feels shaky and awkward then the foundation you built up to this point may not be strong enough. Sometimes the only way to tell if something is strong enough to support what you put on top of it is by testing it.
Expectations Of Type
Everyone has a preferred method of communication. The only way you will ever know is by asking. A great question to ask someone is how he or she would like for you to contact them (call, text, email, etc.). People will appreciate your thoughtfulness and you are setting the expectation at the same time. If the person tells you they prefer emails then you can follow up immediately with, "how often would you like for me to follow up with you in case you are extremely busy and can't get back to me at that moment?"
Keep It In Writing
As much as possible keep your follow up in writing. Whether this means texts, emails, letters, etc. This creates a paper trail and oftentimes a paper trail comes in handy. There's an old cynical joke that goes something like this, "what's the difference between love and email. . .email lasts forever." With a paper trail (email, text, or mobile messaging apps) you can confirm that your follow up has been sent, delivered, and in many cases read. This will come in handy many times when the client says you never followed up.
Keep It Direct
By keeping your follow up direct with the client you don't have to worry about your message getting lost in the shuffle of life or lost in translation. This is essential because the client can't say he or she didn't get your message because someone else didn't deliver it. There are circumstances in which a client may say that they prefer you follow up with someone else (assistant, spouse, etc.); this could be a good thing or a bad thing. Some people recognize that their assistant is more trustworthy with follow up items then they are. . .in this situation working with the assistant is probably better. However, there are times when being passed off to the assistant is one way of blowing people off; attempt to feel this out over time.
Keep Friends Close . . . Assistants Closer
There is a way to make being blown off a good thing; if you're able to turn an assistant into a friend then you're in a great position. Abraham Lincoln once said, "don't I defeat my enemies when I make them my friends?" If you see gatekeepers or assistants as enemies then you've already lost; attempt to turn them into friends and have them help you in the follow up process with the person you are attempting to sell to. A great way to do this without coming across as too pushy is to figure out a creative way to do something nice for the people the gatekeeper cares about (e.g. a hat for their child or a gift card for ice cream on a hot summer day).
The Customer Is Always Right
You're bound to make a mistake every once in a while during these three stages of polite persistence. Apologize to your client and try to refine what they want in terms of communication. In this setting it never hurts to ask. It shows three things: you realize something is wrong, you're listening, and you care. All three of these things are extremely effective with your customer.
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Job Fair At The Regency Beauty Institute.
Rebecca was amazing! Thank you for all your help.
-Timothy Jarmillo VP of Education .

Group photo we love our team...

[09/05/14]   “If you want happiness for an hour — take a nap.’
If you want happiness for a day — go fishing.
If you want happiness for a year — inherit a fortune.
If you want happiness for a lifetime — help someone else.”
Chinese Proverb

[09/04/14]   Facts & Figures
Salon Industry Snapshot:

The salon and spa industry is a vibrant and growing component of the U.S. economy, with more than 900,000 total establishments and annual sales of nearly $40 billion.

Salon Establishments With Payroll Employees
2009 Establishments 88,876
2009 Sales $21.2 billion

Non-Employer Salon Establishments*
2008 Establishments 824,119
2008 Sales $18.8 billion

The salon and spa industry registered steady growth over the last decade, with the strongest gains seen in the non-employer sector. The number of non-employer salon and spa establishments increased 72 percent in the last decade, while their sales jumped 116 percent. In comparison, the number of employment-based salon and spa establishments increased 11 percent over the last decade, with their sales rising 47 percent.

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Census Bureau; 2008/2009 figures

The Salon and Spa Industry Outperformed the Overall Private Sector During the Recession

The Great Recession of the late 2000s took a tremendous toll on the nation’s private sector. At the depth of the recession, the national economy was losing tens of thousands of businesses each quarter. Between the fourth quarters of 2008 and 2009, the national economy experienced a net loss of more than 92,000 private-sector business establishments – a decline of one percent.

In comparison, the nation’s salon and spa industry performed relatively well during the recession. Although growth in the number of employment-based salons and spas slowed during the recession and briefly turned negative, the declines were much less severe than the overall private sector. Between the fourth quarters of 2008 and 2009, the salon and spa industry experienced a net decline of only 130 establishments – or just 0.1 percent.

The Salon and Spa Industry Provided Much Needed Job Growth During the Lost Decade

One only has to look at recent history to see that the salon and spa industry is an engine of job growth for the U.S. economy, even when many other industries are shedding jobs. During the challenging economic period of the last 11 years that included two recessions, job growth in the U.S. economy stagnated. In fact, there were 1.6 million fewer private sector jobs in the economy in March 2011 than there were in January 2000 – a decline of 1.5 percent.

In contrast, employment-based salons and spas added 75,000 jobs during the same period, which represented an increase of more than 18 percent. This substantial growth occurred despite back-to-back job losses in 2009 and 2010, when the salon industry was negatively impacted by the recession. Overall, salon industry job growth outperformed the overall economy in nine of the last 11 years.

The Salon and Spa Industry is Projected to Post Steady Job Growth in the Future

Not only did the salon and spa industry provide much needed job growth during the sluggish last decade, it is poised to post steady growth well into the future. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of personal appearance jobs is projected to jump 31 percent between 2008 and 2018, nearly three times the rate of growth of total U.S. employment (11 percent) during the same period.

All of the major personal appearance occupations are projected to post job growth stronger than the overall economy between 2008 and 2018. The number of skin care specialist jobs is projected to jump 51 percent, while hairdresser, hairstylist and cosmetologist positions are expected to increase by 31 percent.

One Out of Three Salon-Industry Professionals is Self-Employed

Overall, more than 1.1 million professionals work in personal appearance occupations in the United States, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Individuals in these occupations have a much higher rate of self-employment, as compared to the overall workforce.

Thirty-three percent of all individuals in personal appearance occupations are self-employed. In comparison, only seven percent of the overall U.S. workforce is self-employed.

Of the 770,000 Hairdressers, Hairstylists and Cosmetologists, 35 percent (or 267,000) are self-employed.

Barbers have the highest proportion of self-employed individuals, at 54 percent.

The Salon and Spa Industry Provides Career Opportunities for Individuals of All Backgrounds

The nation’s salon and spa industry provides first jobs and career opportunities for individuals of all backgrounds, and has a broader representation of women and minorities than the overall U.S. workforce.

Eighty-four percent of individuals in personal appearance occupations are women, compared to 47 percent of employed individuals in the overall U.S. workforce.

Twelve percent of individuals in personal appearance occupations are Black or African American, compared to a national average of 11 percent.

Sixteen percent of individuals in personal appearance occupations are Asian, compared to just five percent of the overall U.S. workforce.

Twelve percent of individuals in personal appearance occupations are of Hispanic origin, slightly below the national average of 14 percent.

The Salon and Spa Industry Provides a Path to Ownership Opportunities

Not only do salons and spas provide employment opportunities for individuals of all backgrounds, they also give individuals the experience to own businesses of their own.

Sixty-one percent of salon businesses are owned by women, compared to just 30 percent of businesses in the overall private sector.

Twenty-one percent of businesses in the salon industry are Black or African-American-owned, versus just seven percent of total private sector businesses.

Seventeen percent of salon businesses are Asian-owned, nearly three times the six percent Asian-ownership rate for businesses in the overall private sector.

Nine percent of salon businesses are owned by individuals of Hispanic origin, matching the proportion of Hispanic business ownership in the overall private sector.

The facts and figures above were provided by the Professional Beauty Association (PBA). To see the full report along with charts and graphs download the PDF here.

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