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Enjoy 2 days of interactive management training led by industry veteran Founder & CEO of UNITE, Andrew Dale with a focus on:
Andrew Dale, Founder and CEO of UNITE, began as an apprentice with Vidal Sassoon at age 16. He became a stylist by 18 and was soon doing session work with Vidal by age 20. Soon after, he was asked to relocate to the US working in New York and Beverly Hills and teaching on the Sassoon Artistic Team both on platform and at the Santa Monica Academy. Dale continued on to open his own five salons in Los Angeles and San Diego. After taking a short time away from the educational arena, Dale created UNITE “Uniting hairdressers together to make the industry a better place.”
David’s coaching philosophy is simple; he teaches upbeat seminars and courses that are designed to inspire salon teams so that they return to work fired-up and excited to put their newfound knowledge and ideas into practice. David is an accomplished professional with over four decades in the hairdressing industry managing and mentoring many world famous salons. His communication style, passion for hairdressing, and longstanding experience in the industry has led David to effectively train and educate numerous salon owners and managers to help them run their business at the optimum level.
Lenore began her career as a successful stylist and moved on to become a talented educator and manager of education for 29 years with world renowned, TONI&GUY Hairdressing. She developed a vast knowledge of salon and basic academy operations after decades of overseeing the success of partnership/franchise locations. Her leadership in education, operations and marketing gave her the experience to establish her own business in 2015, opening up COLLECTIV Academy, cosmetology school, in Salt Lake City, Utah where she loves being part of creating talented, young professionals and plans to build a brand that leads the way cosmetology schools are educating our industry’s future professionals.