Town Hall by SchedulicityJul 14, 2021
The Good Stuff: How to Use Schedulicity to Market Your Business
Now that we’ve covered the basics, let’s dig a little deeper. Yep, we’re talking about marketing. You likely know a bit about email marketing — but did you know there are countless other easy ways to grow your client list and your business? Most of them are automated, which means you’ll make money while freeing up extra time. In this webinar, we will show you five different ways you can use Schedulicity features to market your business including optimizing your business listing, finding the social media tools that work for you, and even some new package ideas that work for every type of business. Let’s spread the word!
The Good Stuff: 5 Favorite Features
Join us to kick off our new series, The Good Stuff, where we’re talking about some of our team’s favorite Schedulicity features, which may just include some you never even knew you had. For our first session, we’re covering five “quick hit” features that you’ll want to start using…yesterday — all in under 20 minutes. These features are all part of your Schedulicity business account, so feel free to follow along!
Navigating the New “Norm”: A 5 Step System to Changing Your Financial Future
Be sure to join us as we wrap up our Financial Freedom series. We are excited to end this one with our dear friend and barber, Cassie Kurtz. Kurtz, will share some of her insight into navigating your financial health and a solution to changing your financial future.
How to Welcome Success During Times of Change
In this Town Hall, we have two special guests. Lori Crete, our good friend and licensed celebrity esthetician and founder of The Beauty Biz Club will be sitting down with recent beauty school grad, Lauren Nettuno (yup, our very own CEO’s daughter) to chat through finding and creating new opportunities and what it means financially to make career changes and the ultimate journey to success.
Demystifying Credit Card Processing with Keith Smith
Credit card processing is one of life’s biggest headaches (ahem, unless you’re using Norm, and then it’s a snap) . We’re talking with Keith Smith, Founder and CEO of Payouts Network about the ins and outs of credit cards and how to make sure they are working for you not against you.
Where’s the Money Now? Financing Your Small Business in 2021 w/ Gerri Detweiler, Education Director for Nav and Ty Kiisel, Head of Content for Nav
Last year caused rapid changes in what work and revenue looks like for service providers — and rapid changes to small business lending, too. If you’re wondering what funding options are available to you, join us for a chat with Gerri Detweiler, Education Director, and Ty Kiisel, Head of Content, of Nav, an online financing platform for small businesses. We’ll discuss the current lending landscape (Who’s lending and what’s changed? How do you prepare your business for financing?), go over the crucial factors lenders are evaluating now, and the steps you can take to position your business for financing in the coming months and years.
Make More Money w/ Nina Tulio
You can only cut costs so much. True financial freedom comes from finding new ways to make money in 2021. We’re joined by beauty business consultant and resident Schedulicity expert Nina Tulio to talk about everything from raising prices to multiple revenue streams to often overlooked areas that can mean the difference between what you make now and six-figure income.
Everything you Need to Know about Taxes for Your Small Business w/ Michelle Cook, CPA Part II
We’re bringing back our wildly popular Q&A on small business taxes with Michelle Cook, CPA. (FYI, we’ve raised the cap on our live attendee limit, so EVERYONE can get in!) We’ll go over filing deadlines, the tax impact of U.S. government grants and PPP loans.
Financial Checklist for Small Business w/ Cassie Kurtz
We’re bringing back one of our favorite barbers and business owners, Cassie Kurtz, to talk about the trick to organizing both your personal and professional finances (even if they’re a mess right now!) so they work for and not against you! We’ll walk you through a full checklist that you can follow to get your finances in order ASAP. Per usual, we’re giving one attendee a $500 small business grant as well.
Everything you Need to Know about Taxes for Your Small Business w/ Michelle Cook, CPA
April 15 is coming…
To kick off our Town Hall Financial Freedom series, we’re joined by Michelle Cook, CPA to go over all things tax-related.
We’ll go overestimating, filing deadline, and most importantly, the tax impact of PPP and government grants. Join us to get your most confusing questions answered.
Sched Ed - Holiday Party!
School’s out for the holidayyysss! You’ve made it through a whole semester of Sched Ed, and you’ve now got plenty of (business) tricks up your sleeve to use in 2021. Let’s celebrate with some fun. We’re talking raffles, giveaways, industry banter, and an open Q&A with some of previous hosts — plus, some surprise guests! Throw on something festive (pajamas count), bring any questions you still have, and let’s party!
Sched Ed - Social Media + Influencer Marketing 101
Join us and one of our favorite social media influencers, Elizabeth Faye to discuss how to grow your audience on platforms like Instagram, plus the power of partnerships.
Sched Ed - Time Management 101
You’ve only got so much of time in your day — are you as organized as you could be? We’ve got you covered. Jay Nixon, fitness entrepreneur, published author (yep!), podcast host, and professional speaker knows how to fit a LOT into his always-packed schedule. He’s going to walk us through his best techniques for managing your time when you’re juggling clients and multiple revenue streams — as well as how to make time for your goals in 2021.
Sched Ed – Packages + Upselling 101
Hosted by the Schedulicity Pay team, we’re talking about maximizing your profits during the busiest days of year. We’ll walk you through how to plan packages ahead of Black Friday and the holiday onslaught, including some ways to cut down on all the manual labor without sacrificing revenue.
Sched Ed – Great Client Service 101
If you’ve attended Nina Tulio’s previous webinars, you know this woman can soothe even the most frustrated clients’ nerves. For this class, she’s going to break down what to do when you’re faced with a difficult client or touchy subject, how to re-engage previous clients, and the secret to lifelong loyalty.
Sched Ed – Pricing + Finances 101
Are you charging enough for your services or classes? Is there a right way to create a price list? How well are you budgeting? We’re joined by barber (and self-made financial wiz) Cassie Kurtz to break down the basics.
Sched Ed – Scheduling 101
This kickoff class will cover all the scheduling basics you need, plus some insider knowledge you didn’t know we had. Hosted by the Schedulicity team, we’ll tackle exactly how to make the most of online scheduling in 2020.
Navigating Tough Business Decisions with Nina Tulio
Join the Schedulicity team and salon business consultant, Nina Tulio (yes, she’s back!) to talk through how to deal with difficult business moments during the pandemic AND beyond such as the ever-dreaded decision to fire a client and, also, gracefully increasing your prices.
Build Your Brand with Cassie Kurtz
We are excited to welcome back Cassie Kurtz for another Town Hall! Cassie is the owner of Beyond the Beard NYC in Manhattan and also the founder of the nonprofit Her Chair His Hair. This time, she’s sharing her best advice for creating a must-book brand for your business.
Cutting Costs with Alicia Soulier of SalonScale
Join this Town Hall with Alicia Soulier, founder of SalonScale, a mobile app that will tell you the exact cost of hair color being poured for every bowl mixed. Alicia, an entrepreneur and award-winning hair stylist, will be sharing her insights on the best ways for small businesses to effectively and efficiently cut costs.
Embracing Vulnerability in a Pandemic with Shannon Crow
Join us for this Town Hall with yoga instructor, Shannon Crow. Shannon is going to talk about what reopening means for each of us and how to embrace uncertainty to build a stronger fitness, personal training, or yoga business. We’ll open the floor to a Q&A so members of our community can share their experiences, advice, and insight.
Building Community with Pati Plymire
Join the Schedulicity team and hair guru, Pati Plymire (Queen of the South) for a special Town Hall in honor of PRIDE MONTH. Pati will be sharing her thoughts on all things community from how to build your own to how to lift yours up and — especially relevant right now — how to bring a community together, even when we’re apart. She will also share some of her favorite hair/beauty resources and support networks for the queer community. Whether you’re an LGBTQIA+ business owner or an ally, let’s all spend an hour connecting and celebrating in a supportive space.
Next Steps Part 2 with Lee Resnick & Friends
Join Lee Resnick, barber industry influencer and the founder of Barbershop Connect and BarberCon, and some of his favorite industry experts as they continue the conversation around perspectives, opportunities, and insights as the road to reopening begins.
Next Steps Part 1 with Lee Resnick & Friends
Join Lee Resnick, barber industry influencer and the founder of Barbershop Connect and BarberCon, and some of his favorite industry experts as they discuss perspectives, opportunities, and insights as the road to reopening begins.
Staying Social with Philip Wolff and Alfredo Lewis
Join industry leaders and dynamic duo, Philip Wolff and Alfredo Lewis, as they share advice on using social media in a time of social distancing, including tips on how to both better connect with your clients and find your way to bigger and bolder opportunities (yes, even right now).
Financial Resilience with Cassie Kurtz
As the owner of Beyond the Beard NYC in Manhattan where she specializes in beard trims and hot towel shaves, Cassie Kurtz has learned a lot these last few weeks about getting creative with money under an indefinite Safer at Home order.
Messaging Empathy with Kit Warchol
Despite social distancing, now is the time to connect with your clients in authentic, powerful ways. Join our Head of Content, Kit, to learn how to write email messaging during difficult times that both comes from a place of empathy and still grows your business.
Take Control with Lori Crete
Join the Schedulicity team and industry expert, speaker, and licensed celebrity esthetician, Lori Crete for this week’s Town Hall. Lori will be covering how to make sure you’re fully in control as you take steps toward reopening. We’ll help you brainstorm a system that works best for you, so you feel comfortable and confident welcoming clients back.
Restart Part 3: The Future of Fitness is Flexible with Jay Nixon
Join the Schedulicity team and fitness expert/consultant, Jay Nixon for part 3 of our ‘Restart’ series. Jay will be covering everything from mindset to new opportunities and how to position yourself (and business) for the future.
Restart Part 2: Get It Done with Elizabeth Faye
Join the Schedulicity team and salon business coach/powerhouse, Elizabeth Faye. Elizabeth will share specific steps you CAN do right now to make sure you are ready for when things settle down but your business ramps back up.
Restart Part 1: Starting Back Up with Nina Tulio
Join the Schedulicity team and salon business consultant, Nina Tulio, to talk through how to prepare now for reopening later. Nina will give us three clear steps we can all take so our businesses come back stronger than ever.
All Things Payment
All Things Payment. Make the most out of your business finances in addition to our very own Schedulicity Pay overview and FAQs.
Automate Your Marketing
Automate Your Marketing. Deep dive into one of our favorite features: Automated Marketing (free to use, until September 1, 2020!)
5 Ways to Get Your Business Online
We Care. As we’re all trying to figure out how to navigate these times, here are 5 things you can do right now to make sure you (and your business) are getting the most out of this downtime.