Overcoming COVID-19 Economic Struggles: Strategies for Salon Professionals
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*Access this course and receive credit at NO COST to the participant. 1 hour of credit will be available to submit to your board for credit. ***Should your state require electronic reporting, your credit will be reported automatically to the correct entity within 24 business hours. Certificates returned by mail is unavailable, however certificate of completion will be emailed to you.Credit Type
Credit available for Florida Cosmetology licensees, North Carolina Cosmetology licensees, and IL Cosmetology Licensees.
The purpose of this FREE 1 Hour approved course is to help salon owners and professionals navigate the economic turmoil caused by COVID-19, with a goal of surviving short-term financial struggles and developing long-term business strategies. Paragon CET is offering this course FREE to aid in the struggle that salon professions are enduring by providing some notable options for trying to survive as a small business during a Pandemic.
COVID-19 Pandemic has brought a crisis that's unprecedented in modern times, and the crisis is having drastic economic effects in addition to the medical impacts. Hair, skin, and nail salons have and will continue to see revenue decrease during the immediate future, but there are ways to mitigate the economic effects of COVID-19. To attempt to endure the pandemic, salons and their professionals should take advantage of federal financial assistance programs that they qualify for and review and possibly employ some long-term business strategies.
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