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Price Attack franchisees selling up after 25 years


When Michael Herde started his hairdressing training in his dad’s business as a 15-year-old, it was hard to imagine he would be still in the industry 55 years later. Now

Ready for a sea change, Just Cuts Ballarat franchisee sells salon to Melbourne franchise owners


Just Cuts franchisee and Ballarat resident Glenn Bell has just sold his salon after 15 years. Glenn sold his Wendouree business to the franchisees of Just Cuts Victoria Gardens, Melbourne

Busselton Price Attack franchisee is selling up and wants to get a new job – in her own salon


When Busselton Price Attack franchisee Denise Horwood opened her hair salon in 2007 she was buying a future for herself. Now the business owner and hairdresser is ready to sell the business

Price Attack entices apprentices to join the hair care sector


Hairdressing salon and retail chain Price Attack is on a mission to boost the number of hairdressing apprentices across Australia and as part of this goal is sponsoring an Apprentice of

Scientist turned Price Attack franchisee opens third store in hair care chain


Price Attack salon owner Alex Evans loves the brand so much he has just opened his third franchise in Queensland, adding the Coomera store near Dreamworld to his Sunshine Plaza and

4 great reasons to invest in hair and beauty


If you need four great reasons to invest in hair and beauty, you don’t need to look further than this quartet of well-established brands, all experienced in their sector and

Price Attack growth trajectory is the right attack 


Australia’s leading professional hair care retailer is committed to a growth trajectory that is already realising on its 2025 expansion projection of increasing store numbers by 46 per cent. Highlighting

Price Attack signs Brisbane Lions AFLW partnership deal


Price Attack is backing women’s sport with a Brisbane Lions AFLW two-season partnership deal. The partnership was announced at the Gabba in Brisbane  where Price Attack CEO John Pascoe joined players

Just Cuts franchisees promote R U OK? day in yellow


Just Cuts franchisees have backed  R U OK? day today, wearing yellow to spread the message from the Aussie suicide prevention charity that conversation can be life-changing. Salon decorations and social

Just Cuts reopens salon doors for business


Budget hairdressing chain Just Cuts is back in business, with some salons reopening their doors on 1 May after a month out of action. Just Cuts’ chief Denis McFadden expects