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Sunday, March 11, 2018

Beauty Salons and Spa

Beauty Boom Why there is a rise In Numbers of Beauty Salons and Spa?

If you’re interested in starting a salon, you’re not alone: the beauty industry is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.6% from 2017 to 2025. Luckily, there’s rarely a shortage of people wanting to look more beautiful—even in economic recessions—and there’s often a waiting market if one is ready to open their own salon. While salon life might seem glamorous to clients, a salon is like any other small business. It takes long hours, hard work, savvy, research and even luck. The best way to reduce the variables that can lead to failure is to better understand the economics of starting a salon, from the start-up costs to in depth industry analysis.

Some of the top players in the global spas and salons market are: include Muse Salon & Spa LLC, Salon U, The Roose Parlour and Spa, Metropolis Salon & Dry Bar, Robert James Salon and Spa, Butterfly Studio Salon & Spa, Chris Chase Salon, John Barrett Salon, Metodo Rossano Ferretti Salon, and Madeline Wade.


Saturday, March 10, 2018

exporting Pomegranates

Pomegranates are categorised into three classes; “Extra” Class (superior quality), Class I (slight defects are allowed, as long as they do not affect the arils of the fruit) and Class II (satisfies minimum requirements, but defects do not affect arils of the fruit).

Pomegranates are commonly packaged in single layer crates and cartons, of 3.5 to 5 kg crates. Buyers might have specific packaging requirements as well

Globally, the largest producer of pomegranates is India, which produces between 700,000 to 900,000 tonnes

As main consumption comes from several large producing countries as well, an estimated 500,000 tonnes are destined for global exports.
Most German and EU retailers demand compliance with this global standard and certification for agricultural products.

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