Listed as one of the top 50 Women in Accounting worldwide, Ria-Jaine Lincoln specialises in beauty industry accounting and is a keen advocate of cash flow management as the key to success. Here, she speaks to Timely about the key components to financial wellness.
Beauty business growth coach Ryan Power has helped thousands of salon owners, industry professionals, and individuals to transform. Here, he shares his nine steps to setting and achieving goals.
Pete Scott, founder of the Ultimate Sales Academy, has helped hundreds of beauty industry businesses to dramatically increase their sales revenue. A passionate advocate of zero pressure selling, Pete believes that sales should be the easiest part of any business. Here, he shares some top-tips from his highly-successful sales transformation strategy.
Launched in April 2020 to ease the detrimental mental health impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, The Help Hub’s volunteer psychotherapists and counsellors offer free emotional support to anyone in the UK in need. Here, The Help Hub’s founder, Ruth Chaloner, named Frontline Hero in the Good Morning Britain 1 Million Minutes Awards, tells Timely how to access support, and explains why The Help Hub needs more volunteers.
Branding boutique Digital Bloom works exclusively with hair, beauty, and wellness brands to help them stand out and flourish. Here, Digital Bloom’s Founder and Creative Director, Sarah Garner, talks to Timely about the importance of brand consistency and explains how to use Canva to create consistent content.
If your business has had to close due to Covid, we understand that this will be a really difficult time for you. So we’ve created this guide to walk you through the next steps that will help your business while you need to stay closed, and give you some tips on how you can keep some revenue coming in while the doors are closed.
Following the launch of the Make Beauty Safe campaign, BABTAC Chair Lesley Blair talks to Timely about the need for regulation, accountability, and minimum standards in the UK beauty industry; to protect both members of the public and qualified professionals.
British Beauty Council CEO, Millie Kendall MBE, talks to Timely about the landmark sustainability report The Courage to Change, and about why it’s imperative that beauty industry businesses find the courage to make the changes that will sustain both their business and the planet. Timely is a patron of the British Beauty Council and provided sponsorship towards the research and development for this report.