Salon industry professionals are going back to school under a program with the University of Massachusetts Boston.
Beginning this year, the 2 to 10 Project — a name that reflects the number of doors owned by a participating salon owner, a nationwide group of privately owned multilocation salons and spas — has partnered with the university’s College of Management’s Entrepreneurship Center, on two courses that engage students in professional-level consulting projects.
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