Online hub PamperPad launches to bolster self-employed hair and beauty professionals
Aimed at beauty and hair professionals interested in raising their profile, PamperPad is the new website that has been designed to bridge the gap between self-employed therapists or stylists and the general public.
The user-friendly website will help members to build a strong brand identity, with capabilities to post images, prices and offers to interact with and attract potential new clients.
Acting as a hub for those offering and seeking beauty and pampering services, PamperPad will cover the whole of the UK, with London and Birmingham leading the launch this month, due to be followed by other regions as it is rolled out across Britain.
Developed in partnership with the British Association of Beauty Therapy and Cosmetology (BABTAC), the new website will allow users to review services and pick up deals and offers from local professionals. It will also work as a vital marketing tool for members, providing insights and statistics of customer engagement and feedback to inform future business decisions.
As PamperPad creator, Haylee Benton, explains, “For us, being able to offer the self-employed beauty industry a chance to grow their business is paramount. I know how hard it can be to get your name out there, specifically when the industry is so saturated. PamperPad will act as a shared platform bringing the public and industry together.”