The MY SALON Suite franchise opportunity is perfect for entrepreneurially-minded individuals who want to either grow their current business portfolios or explore franchising as a business option. MY SALON Suite Franchise Partners enjoy the benefits of a semi- absentee business model with no employees. Key responsibilities include leasing and property management - most franchise owners have no prior salon experience. The salon industry is stable, and within that, the salon suite sector is growing. MY SALON Suite is a well-known, reliable brand in this industry.
To buy a franchise with MY SALON Suite, you'll need to have $200,000 - $250,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $1,000,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $680,771 - $1,809,913. They also offer financing via 3rd party as well as a discount for veterans (50% off Franchise Fee For Your First Unit). *
|Financing:||Via 3rd party|
|Veteran Discount:||50% off Franchise Fee For Your First Unit|
|Home Office:||Dallas, TX|
With more than 200 locations (and more on the way!), MY SALON Suite is the #1 salon suites franchise opportunity in North America.
The salon suites franchise market is booming. This is more than a popular trend — it’s the wave of the future. Creative stylists and beauticians don’t want to be inhibited by the four walls of a traditional salon — they want to design their own space and build their clientele.
Clients want a stylist who understands and can work with their individual needs. They research stylists on social media and get advice from friends before finding the right fit.
As a MY SALON Suite owner, you provide the opportunity for both stylists and clients to get exactly what they want — and this concept is in demand!
A salon suites franchise offers stylists and beauticians a space of their own. They design their room, set their own prices and build their client list. A salon suites franchise owner serves as a landlord who recruits health and beauty professionals and rents out spaces to them.
At MY SALON Suite, our stylists are our members — and belong to a community of passionate and creative entrepreneurs.
Salon suite franchise opportunities are becoming very popular franchise investments. The simplest way to explain the difference between a salon suite and a traditional salon is ownership — in a traditional salon, the stylist pays a commission to the salon but doesn’t own anything. With salon suite franchise opportunities, the stylist rents a private space in a salon complex from a franchise owner.
As a MY SALON Suite franchise owner, you give stylists the opportunity to run their own business. You are the landlord, and they rent their salon space from you.
MY SALON Suite offers its franchise partners vast amounts of support, ranging from initial and ongoing training to sales and marketing programs.
MY SALON Suite will train you in every aspect of what it takes to recruit qualified salon professionals and running a successful salon suite franchise. If you are willing to learn, MY SALON Suite offers you the potential for long-term sustainable income.
Our team is dedicated to making sure you are a success! Your success is our success. It’s as simple as that. That’s why we have franchise business leaders in your region that you can reach out to anytime for questions and support. Our corporate staff members are constantly working on ways to make MY SALON Suite a great investment for our franchise partners.
You don’t need to have prior experience in the salon industry to seek out salon suite franchise opportunities. The most important characteristic of a MY SALON Suite franchise owner is passion. However, previous business experience is encouraged. MY SALON Suite candidates should have:
Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Washington, D.C., West Virginia, Wisconsin
Interested parties should have at least $250,000 in liquid capital to invest.