The Fellowship for British Hairdressing is delighted to announce Barry Stephens (left) as Chair and Andreas Stavrou (proper) as Vice-Chair, who take over from Simon Shaw and Kerry Mather respectively, each of whom have now accomplished their two-year tenures.
Collectively, Barry and Andreas convey a wealth of expertise from inside hairdressing and the broader world of expertise. They be part of President Ken Picton, Chancellor Ashleigh Hodges, and the Fellowship Council of their mission to proceed the Fellowship’s drive in direction of being totally inclusive and accessible because it appears to be like in direction of its 75th anniversary in 2021.
New approaches to membership, sponsorship and stay and digital activations are being put into place throughout The Fellowship, for a complete modernisation of the organisation which honours its historical past and traditions whereas offering a contemporary, dynamic interpretation of its two key pillars of creativity and alternative.
The imaginative and prescient consists of elevated on-line touch-points for accessible schooling and inspiration, a brand new strategy to membership pricing and constructions and up to date alternatives for sponsors to point out their assist. All of that is devised to create a larger and broader group for the Fellowship, representing the up to date face of British hairdressing by salons and people throughout the nation. “I couldn’t have been prouder than once I was elected to the Council and located myself able alongside different Council Members to have the ability to assist salon homeowners to assist them construct profitable, worthwhile companies,” says Barry Stephens. As he now takes up his new place as Chair of the Fellowship, Barry goes on so as to add: “It’s such an thrilling time to be a part of the Fellowship, particularly as we proceed to construct our digital presence on all platforms and additional to interact with a wider, youthful viewers. I can’t wait to see what the long run has in retailer for our rising membership and our ever-loyal sponsors.”
Andreas Stavrou is a well-known Fellowship face, as former Vice President below each Bruno Marc and Karine Jackson. In his earlier function, Andreas labored intently with the F.A.M.E. Workforce to create life-changing alternatives, in addition to working with sponsors and members to drive the organisation ahead. “I’m honoured by my appointment as Vice-Chair. Right here on the Fellowship we’re devoted to sustaining and advancing the requirements of British hairdressing and are totally centered on supporting the expertise of the long run. We’re inclusive, various and share by creativity and alternative” he says.
Because the Fellowship for British Hairdressing continues to develop and transfer into new areas because it helps its members by the New Regular, the new-look Council guarantees to supply assist, power and loads of alternatives for members to proceed to develop and strengthen their companies, collectively.
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