Having recently opened her second Just Cuts salon in just under six months, Magda Deaconescu is revelling in the opportunity to be part of an internationally-recognised salon brand
Prospective franchise owners looking to invest in a Just Cuts franchise come from a variety of backgrounds and experiences. Many have never even worked in the industry before. In fact, you don’t need to be a hairdresser to own a Just Cuts salon, as franchise owners manage a team of qualified stylists to service the business – meaning they can work on the business at a time that suits them.
One such woman who has capitalised on the UK’s booming £4.1bn hair and beauty industry – and making the most of time with her family – is franchisee and mother of two, Magda Deaconescu. Having recently opened her second Just Cuts salon in just under six months, Magda is revelling in the opportunity to be part of an internationally-recognised salon brand. She plans to open multiple salons in the towns surrounding her home in Putney in the not too distant future.
“The Just Cuts business model provides the security and structure for anything I could ever need. I think the best thing about running your own business is the sense of independence and empowerment. I wake up knowing there’s something that needs doing. I enjoy being busy and going to the salon gives me that feeling of fulfilment. It’s also important to I feel I’m doing something that’s beneficial for my family. I can still take the girls to school every single day and it’s given me confidence my business can work without me while I do that,” says Magda.
At a glance
Established: 1989 in Australia and 2018 in the UK
Number of franchised outlets: two in the UK
Location of units: Available UK-wide
Investment range: £90,000 - £120,000
Minimum required capital: £75,000
Contact: 07577 700 397
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