by Emily May on May 6, 2022
This year Sun Awareness Week runs from 2-8 May 2022. Created by the British Association of Dermatologists, the campaign aims to raise awareness of the importance of sun protection against skin cancer. BAD also hopes that the campaign will make people aware of the dangers associated with excessive tanning. They want to discourage using sunbeds and teach people how to spot the signs of skin cancer to increase the chance of early diagnosis.
by Emily May on May 31, 2022
Curious about what we've been working on at Fresha? Well, you're in luck. We’ve put client updates centre-stage this month, with improved business notifications and the ability to reply to reviews. Save time managing your product inventory with upgraded stock importing, ordering and receiving functionalities. Grab a cup of tea and read what’s new.
by Emily May on Oct 19, 2022
Everyone knows beauty is more than skin deep, and Katy Carter Aesthetics’ professional facial treatments are a real confidence boost. This young entrepreneur from Portsmouth is on the path to success, powered by Fresha's deposits feature, powerful marketing tools and time-saving all-in-one platform.
by Emily May on May 18, 2022
Once you’ve set up your Fresha Store and you’re ready to sell your products online, what next?
by Emily May on Apr 11, 2022
Now is the perfect time to launch campaigns and boost your sales ahead of the Easter Weekend (15-17 April). Easter represents a time of new beginnings, so your clients will be thinking about revitalising their hair and beauty routines and welcoming in the new season with a fresh new look.
by Emily May on Apr 12, 2022
It’s been a busy few months at Fresha! First up, we were thrilled to introduce appointment deposits, alongside our upgraded point of sale experience! Then we released our calendar syncing feature so you can see your Fresha appointments in your Google calendar. Plus some news you may have missed — automatic post-treatment advice and extra appointment reminders for your clients. Read on to learn more.
by Emily May on Apr 25, 2022
When it comes to marketing, many hair, beauty and wellness businesses focus on discounts, promotions and offers, but this doesn’t always need to be the case. A ‘soft sell’ approach can be just as effective at generating online bookings and sales.
by Emily May on Apr 20, 2022
As the hair, beauty and wellness industry faces a huge rise in energy costs, how can you limit the impact on your salon or spa business? In normal circumstances, you’d shop around to find a better deal with an alternative gas and/or electricity provider, but with energy markets being so volatile, switching now could actually cost you more.