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PBA is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with Kline and Company to conduct a revolutionary study. Based on broad-based transactional sales data, this effort will provide category level information, trends, comparative analysis, benchmarking and other types of data that will allow users to make strategic business decisions based on consistent and validated data. It will also allow accurate assessment and tracking of the state of the professional channel against other channels, revealing both opportunities and competitive threats.Click Here for more information or to participate in the study. For specific questions, please contact PBA Executive Director Steve Sleeper.
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American Salon's full diversion report as it appeared in the July, 2014 issue of the magazine.
PBA is pleased to provide our members with an update on our many important programs and resources for the 2012/2013 term.
Maximize Your Profitability Defining the Future of Beauty Retailing. PBA partnered with renowned research firm McMillan Doolittle to complete this year-long study focusing on the core of what drives retail sales in our industry; competition among outlets, the role of the stylist in selling, where consumers are shopping, what they're buying and why.
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Manufacturer and Distributors can purchase the report in bulk to gift or resell to your clients - For more information, download our bulk pricing sheet.
Regular Price: $299
PBA Member Price: $149
Discover how your business compares to other distributors in the professional beauty industry. PBA publishes survey results semi-annually and biennially. Providing both quantitative and qualitative data, the semi-annual version includes information on five primary business sections: sales, product lines, stores, employees and education and the full biennial version includes those sections as well as sections on human resources, financial data, warehouse/freight, advertising/promotion and business conditions.
This resource is not available to non-members that do not participate in the survey.
Complimentary for participating distributors;
$50 for nonparticipating distributor members;
$79 for manufacturer members
Complimentary for participating distributors;
$149 for nonparticipating distributor members;
$249 for manufacturer members
The salon and Spa industry is a vibrant and growing component of the U.S. economy, with more than 900,000 total establishments and annual sales of nearly $40 billion. This document is a snapshot of how the professional beauty industry plays an active role in our economy.
A joint project of ICMAD and PBA, this guide is intended to assist companies in understanding and complying with the European Union's regulations for cosmetics manufacturers and distributors. The guide sets forth current regulations, details what must be included in your product information package (PIP), covers product labeling and explores the different nomenclature between the U.S. and Europe.
$150 for members;
$250 for non-members
Twice a year, professional hair product manufacturers anonymously share their data with an independent public accounting firm who prepares a comprehensive market overview of the industry. The data in this study is available nowhere else and many members feel the value of this study alone pays for their membership. The price of the results are per report.
Complimentary for participating manufacturers;
$500 for non-participating manufacturers;
$1,500 for other section members;
Not available to non-members
The Nail Manufacturers Council on Safety (NMC), a subset of the Professional Beauty Association's manufacturer section, is made up of companies that produce nail care products. The NMC seeks to educate nail industry professionals and consumers about issues affecting nail care products and services.
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This report provides a national profile of the U.S. salon industry based upon data from the U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics. The profile includes the number of salon-industry establishments, sales volume, number of employees, weekly hours and more.
Complimentary for members;
$100 for non-members
This report contains detailed analysis of the economic and demographic trends that impact the nation's salon/spa industry. Fielded quarterly among salon/spa owners and operators nationwide, the tracking survey focuses on a variety of salon/spa industry indicators, such as service and retail sales, traffic flow, back bar costs, service pricing, employment and capital expenditures. Survey results are broken out by various demographic indicators including sales volume.
Complimentary for PBA Members;
$100 for non-members
The use of so-called keratin hair smoothing products has become increasingly popular over the last several years. The wide use of these professional-use products has sparked varying concerns regarding the ingredients contained in these products and questions around potential safety issues.
As the nation's largest organization of beauty industry professionals, the Professional Beauty Association is committed to providing relevant information to our members and the industry at large. The purpose of these FAQs is to provide interested persons with helpful information. This document is not intended to be a substitute for comprehensive training requirements, or to prescribe rules or standards, or to define or create legal rights or obligations.
These reports present a portrait of the United States salon industry by Congressional district. Salon establishment and employment estimates, plus the name of the Congressional representatives, are included for all 435 Congressional districts in the 50 states plus the District of Columbia.
Specific state by state data is provided in the Salon Industry State Portraits report. State data included ownership, trends, annual sales, and congressional district information in a state by state format.
This study, commissioned by the salon/spa section of PBA, provides insight into the target audience of salons and day spas in the United States and Canada. How often does the average consumer visit a salon or day spa and for which services? How much does the average consumer spend on services and retail? What qualities impress the average consumer and help drive loyalty to one establishment? Get the facts in this important study, a $3,000 value.
$299 for members;
$399 for non-members
PBA's Salon/Spa Performance Index (SSPI) is a quarterly composite index that tracks the health of and outlook for the U.S. salon/spa industry. The SSPI is based on responses to PBA's Salon/Spa Industry Tracking Survey, which is fielded quarterly among salon/spa owners nationwide on a variety of indicators including service and retail sales, customer traffic, employees/hours and capital expenditures. The SSPI consists of two components - the Current Situation Index and the Expectations Index. It is constructed so that the health of the salon/spa industry is measured in relation to a steady-state level of 100. Index values above 100 indicate that key industry indicators are in a period of expansion, while index values below 100 represent a period of contraction for key industry indicators.