Throughout the years, we have seen many beauty company is hitting the market to offer thousands of different beauty products to the world. However, there are only a few companies that allow you to have see that wide variety of product altogether, allowing you to compare and decide what will work best for you. One of the most prominent companies that you will hear about is that of Sally Beauty Supply. In this article today, we are going to reveal to you ten things that you may or may not know about Sally Beauty Supply, and how it has continued to prosper for all these years. Let’s get started with our count down.
1. Five Decades Of Beauty
Sally Beauty Supply first made its start all the way back in 1964. It all began in New Orleans those five decades ago, but today, you will find the headquarters located in Denton, Texas.
2. Number One
You may think that one of the more high end beauty retailers that are out in the is istry today would be topping the charts, but you would be mistaken. Sally Beauty Supply was and is ranked the number one beauty retailer by Forbes.
3. Wide Spectrum
If you haven’t been into a Sally Beauty, you really are missing it. The company offers one of the widest ranges of beauty products from the more budget friendly options and all the way up to frisbee and name brand products, such as Paul Mitchell, TIGI, Wella, and so much more.
4. What’s In A Name?
For those who have always wondered, Sally Beauty Supply and it’s parent organization, Sally Beauty Holdings, was named after the founder‘s daughter, Sally. The founder of the corporation was C. Ray Farber.
5. International Holdings
Not only is Sally Beauty prominent in the United States, but it also has many locations and distributions shopsthroughout the world as well. The company has about 4,000 location in total, which are spread out to many parts of the world such as the United Kingdom, several countries in South America, Canada, Mexico, Spain, Ireland, Portugal, Germany, et cetera.
6. Business Focus
As the company has made progressive strides throughout the years, they have also continued to aim for a business that allows for average consumers to be able to get the same products and in the same location as professional salon artists get their products for clients. This focus has allowed for a wider range of both merchandise and customer satisfaction as it pertains to every single individual, and not just a select group.
7. Major Success
As we eluded to before, Sally Beauty Holdings has done quite well for themselves throughout their history. It is no surprise seeing that they too the Forbes lists, as the company conjnties to being in around $5 billion in revenue each year.
8. Getting In The Business
Aside from many other companies that are in the retail industry today, it is quite easy to become a part of the Sally Beauty company. The locations are not franchises, and each is wholly owned by Sally Beauty Holdings. This makes it much easier to become a part of the company and run your own location, if that is something that might be of interest.
9. Beauty Systems Group
Not only does Sally Beauty Holdings have a great deal of success with their locations, but they have also branches out with Beauty Systems Group. This subdivision works exclusive salon brand products to licensed professionals all across the globe. This division along includes an additional 1,300 stores as well as the help of almost 1,000 consultants.
10. Loyalty Programs
Maths company actually offers two different types of loyalty programs to its customers in its retail locations. The first is a card that is directed toward the average customers that come to look at product, and the other is directed towards the licensed professionals who are looking for the same products. Each offers different coupons and rewards with purchases.
As far as we can tell, Sally Beauty Supply is not going anywhere anytime soon. With its major success throughout the past five years, and it’s ranking as the best of the best in the beauty product retailing market, it is obvious that there is no stopping the beauty giant.
Written by Garrett Parker
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