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You don’t have to be a hairdresser to own a Just Cuts


If you want to invest in a Just Cuts business, the good news is you don’t have to be a hairdresser. This particular business model allows for individuals with absolutely

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

Just Cuts shutdown: CEO takes action


Just Cuts has closed down salons to avoid further risk to clients and staff. CEO and founder Denis McFadden took the difficult decision to shut down the company-owned salons in

Just Cuts CEO calls for salon shutdown


Hairdressers are pleading with Government to protect the health of staff and clients and shut salons. The call follows the UK and NZ precedents of closing hairdressing salons until COVID-19 is

Tassie pair first to win three Just Cuts awards


Tasmanian franchisees Cassandra and Damian Colefax scooped up the top accolade at Just Cuts franchise awards. Damian and Cassandra won the Franchisee of the Year award for outstanding operational performance as well as investing

Just Cuts GM talks brand DNA and leadership


The Just Cuts GM talks with Inside Franchise Business about leadership, having an impact on the business, and brand DNA. Amber Manning scooped up a top 10 slot in the

Just Cuts raises $30,000 for the Royal Flying Doctors


Iconic Australian franchise Just Cuts has banded together with a local South Australian community, raising more than $30,000 for the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia (RFDS) in the process.

Just Cuts and Muffin Break GMs share insights on retail trends


What were the retail trends that struck a chord with the franchising community at Inside Retail Live 2018?

Just Cuts donates 20,000 hair products to charity


Just Cuts donates 20,000 hair products to charity

Hairdressing: the ups and downs of the beauty industry


Thanks to the laws of nature, hairdressing is a recurring revenue stream and requires ongoing maintenance; basically a necessary treat. Sure it’s a discretionary service, which means industry revenue will