Last year we added our brand new resources feature, and there was much rejoicing. From today you’ll be able to view those resources on their very own calendar!
Sarah Hamilton and Aaron Brewer opened their barbershop in 2016, with the aim to offer high-end cuts in a friendly, laid-back environment. The Unruly isn’t just a business, it’s a lifestyle brand: one that depends on the community its built around as much as the people who work there.
Our mission at Timely is to give you back more of your day. We want you to spend more time with your customers, and less time dealing with your systems and software.
Co-marketing campaigns are popping up all over the place, especially with the rise of social media marketing. This marketing method has been a huge success for my fitness business, Barre Base. It’s made our brand more reputable and helped us reach more clients. Here's what I've learned from our experiments in co-marketing.
On a quest to find a better work/life balance, Catherine Heppinstall opened The Mulberry House Beauty Salon. It began as a home-based and mobile beauty therapy business, but has become much more.
International Women’s Day is something dear to our hearts at Timely. The theme this year is #BeBoldForChange: a call to help forge a better, more inclusive working world. One that supports diversity, and equality, and makes room for us all.
For this experienced hair stylist, it's taken 18 years to find enough time to spend with his clients. And it’s not because he has more staff members, more coworkers or a larger space. In fact, it’s the opposite.
While circumnavigating Australia, Paul Frasca and Ewelina Sorocko had lots of time to reflect on the future of their industry. After four months in the car (and a solid $7k petrol spend) the pair had a plan: to find a solution to the exorbitant waste that salons create in Australia.