Oak + Tonic salon in Calgary isn’t a typical beauty business—you won’t see many familiar brands lining the shelves. Instead, Oak + Tonic focuses on sourcing its beauty products from other Canadian businesses.
Nina and her husband Michael left successful careers to follow their love of yoga. “Our jobs were so stressful. After having our son, we realized we needed something that would allow us to be the parents we wanted to be. That’s when we decided to open our own studio: Black Label Yoga.”
John Kolbrich awoke one morning after experiencing an incredibly vivid dream. “I saw a vision of a music school that I was instructed to build immediately. Not wanting to forget what I had seen, I jumped out of bed and began sketching it on a piece of paper.”
Inspired by his vision, John decided to quit his day job and use what he had left of his 401(k) to start the music school. “I’ve always loved music. My passion is performing. I play accordion, trumpet, and sing with my band, Europa, touring the country each year.”
Picture this: a new mom sitting on her couch at 2AM. She’s
just gotten her newborn to go to sleep, and she’s thinking about getting her
hair done for the cocktail party she’ll be hosting tomorrow night. Does your
customer have a way to book with you when it’s fresh in her mind?
We take a look at MINDBODY clients Let Em Have It Salon in Denver,
Colorado, to see how their customers can book an appointment whenever it occurs
to them using MINDBODY ConnectTM.