Lessons From Coronavirus Survey

Jun 24, 2020

On Thursday 11th June, the British Beauty Council hosted a collaborative Think Tank session with our members to discuss the impact COVID19 has had on the British beauty industry. 

This constructive, free flowing conversation, hosted in collaboration with Millie Kendall (British Beauty Council CEO), Gemma Bellman (British Beauty Council Executive Board Member) and Marian Newman (British Beauty Council Advisory Board Member & Nail Expert) discussed everything from how the beauty market has had to adapt as a result of the pandemic, the lessons brands and businesses have learnt along the way and the solutions the industry can put in place to help us adjust to a new normal. 

After reviewing the key outputs and learnings from the Think Tank discussion with 30 members of the British Beauty Council, a ‘LESSONS FROM CORONAVIRUS SURVEY’ has been compiled for our community and members of the public to provide their personal feedback on how we can help rebuild the beauty industry following COVID19 and beyond.

The comprehensive survey will help provide detailed feedback on the below key business areas as the hair and beauty service industry begins its phased return to work from 4th July.

1. Sector & Operation Analysis 

2. Government Guidance & Support 

3. Business Confidence & Resources 

Results, opinions and data gathered from the ‘LESSONS FROM CORONAVIRUS SURVEY’ will be analysed and presented at the next British Beauty Council Advisory Board Meeting on 10th July, where some of the beauty industry’s leading decision makers will commence a plan of action on how best to support the government on rebuilding our hair and beauty industry.  

Please complete the survey here: 

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/Covid19BeautyIndustrySurvey

 

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