Personal stylist service set to create 100 new jobs with latest franchise plans
Personal stylist and colour analysis company House of Colour is aiming to create up to 100 new jobs after announcing plans to increase its UK franchises to 200 in the next five years.
Established in 1985, House of Colour has moved the business from the 1980s image consultant to colour and style consultants. In the last 12 months, it has attracted 18 new franchisees in the UK and 13 in USA alone.
UK franchisee revenues are up 12 per cent on last year. New products have also been launched and a new strategic alliance with Park Lane Jewellery has been secured.
Helen Venables, managing Director of House of Colour says: “It is a difficult economic environment for many businesses but luckily we have been growing in tandem with the burgeoning lifestyle and health industries.
“We offer a potentially high-income business model with several lucrative income streams including colour analysis, styling, make up classes and over 350 make up products.
“We have been attracting new franchisees who want to be ambitious business builders, whilst still maintaining a good work/life balance.”
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