Back in 1993, Joanna Meiseles sought a hair salon that catered to her young children. But instead of a salon, she discovered a business opportunity. That’s because at each hair salon she visited, she either found (1) stylists not wanting to deal with wiggling, squirming kids (2) suboptimal cleanliness standards, or (3) little or no originality in the design. Joanna knew there had to be a better way to crop kid’s hair while keeping them entertained, so that kids would be captivated rather than tearful, and parents would be fascinated rather than fearful. We are meeting with offer Kim Ellis, the VP of Franchise Development of Snip-Its
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