Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Who Really Gets Involved in Supercuts Franchising?

Disclosure: This post is brought to you by Supercuts. It is a sponsored post. I am happy to participate by offering franchise information. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.




Supercuts is owned by the Regis Corporation. It is reputable, popular, affordable, and effective, and that is just from the customer perspective.  There is, however, another side to Supercuts that you might want to consider, and that is franchising.


There are a good number of people who have thought about going into business for themselves, maybe you have contemplated it yourself?  Supercuts did a survey of 1,000 people who had a net worth of over $200,000, and through that instrument they gained some very interesting information. Of those who responded:

  • 56% said they are planning on opening or starting a business in the next 12-18 months (either alone or with a partner).
  • 25% are females looking to start their own business.
  • 56% looking to start a business are planning on having a business partner.
  • 31% of the people looking to start a business are planning on going into business with a spouse or domestic partner.
  • 30% of respondents looking to start a business are going into business with a friend and 26% are going into business with a colleague.
They also created a chart from their survey results, and in it you can see how business partners are likely to be related:

How business partners are likely to be related

With so many people looking to start their own business, narrowing your choices down to a franchise that is solid makes good sense (for many, many reasons).




Supercuts is solid, and each store is also instantly competitive. With a built-in recipe for success, franchise owners have found themselves with success story after success story. It is little wonder then, that for the fiftth year in a row, Supercuts has been ranked by Entrepreneur Magazine as the #1 franchise in hair care, and the FIFTH best franchise overall in the Franchise 500.  



People starting their own business with Supercuts are every day people just like you and me. Former accountants, pharmacists, school teachers, people who have owned a business, people who have not owned a business, and so on and so forth, have all proven successful at owning their own Supercuts franchise.

With assistance offered for training, help with marketing and/or advertising tactics, and a proven blueprint for franchise success, Supercuts works with new franchise owners in every way possible to ensure success.  If you're going to be new to franchising, that secure support can make all of the difference in the world. 

If you are looking to own your own business, or are just curious to learn more, visit the Supercuts website where you will find a plethora of information, testimony from succesful franchise owners, statistics, how-to's, and reasons why you too can take a Supercuts franchise and make it a successful business of your own.

 You can also follow Supercuts on Facebook, Twitter, and/or YouTube.

49 comments:

  1. It's great to know that there are things like this out there but I think I would want to know about my business before starting it.

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  2. Some really great information here! It is so nice to know that Supercuts works with everyday people like you and me! I am going to read more on them!

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  3. Great information-it is interesting that such a variety of people are thinking about starting their own businesses mostly with a partner. I have actually been a customer of SuperCuts once or twice and have to say it is a hgood place to have a hair cut-and has been around for a while so would be a good choice if you wanted to buy into a franchise.

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  4. Great info. If I'm to franchise, I would put my money in a solid company like SuperCuts.

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  5. Imagine being your own boss, I don't think that would work. I would give myself holidays all the time...and bonuses!

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  6. It’s good to know that normal everyday people get involved in franchising supercuts. It’s always been a dream of mine to own a hair salon. I wouldn’t mind going into business with a couple friends, but not too close and not relative.

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  7. This is a great opportunity and great to know so I will pass along for my friends to read. Thanks for sharing

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  8. Chris and I have talked about opening a franchise (Dunkin Donuts, not Super Cuts), but right now we just don't have the time it takes to run one properly.

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  9. I love SuperCuts and if I ever thought about opening up a business it would be so much better to open a franchise.

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  10. An interesting post. I had never thought about owning a franchise, but I did own a beauty shop once. It was when my kids were leaving the nest and the transitional time when shampoo/sets were phasing out. A guy couldn't make the switch to styling so he gave me all the equipment for 8 stations if I fulfilled his lease agreement. I knew nothing about hair at the time so I went to beauty school and finagled my way into being assistant to the leading hair stylist in Minneapolis so I could learn the business. Through him, I met the leading stylists, many who came to work for me. It was soooo much fun, building up that business. Had my own shampoo/skin product line, we did complete make-overs, one of the gals traveled with several movie stars when touring. I love projects and this was right up my alley. It was a success and then I sold it. I've lived so dang long, sometimes I forget all the things I've done. Thanks for making me remember. LOL

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  11. We don't have a Supercuts by where I live. Sounds like a great franchise.

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  12. I think there are some Supercuts in Roanoke.

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  13. I have heard that Supercuts has a wonderfully run franchise operation. If we weren't a military family that moves every 2-3 years, I would love to look into being a franchise owner.

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  14. Could be interesting to do, I think I`d go insane being the main boss though lol

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  15. I love Supercuts! Owning a franchise would be the perfect opportunity for moms.

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  16. my son went to a supercuts once

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  17. I had no idea that Supercuts was #1 in hair are franchises, that's terrific!

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  18. I've not been there in years, but I found a gal that has done my hair for over 25 years. That's why. I used to go to Supercuts all the time.

    Have a fabulous day/ ☺

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  19. Great post! Lots of valuable information here to help someone who may be interested in starting a franchise. I will share this with my followers.

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  20. It is best to have enough knowledge about a certain company’s products and services before starting a franchise business.

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  21. I actually know a lady that has a hair salon and has never been in the profession. She is very business minded and hires a great staff and treats them well so her business is very successful.

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  22. I actually recently heard an documentary on supercuts and how they are one of the few businesses that are basically and instant success for franchisees
    We have to stop dreaming about being our own boss and get to it

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  23. I don't think we have a SuperCuts in our area. I am not looking to start a business... too many other things to do. Like travel

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  24. Supercuts is great! I take the boys to get their hair cuts there often. This would make a nice little business for sure!

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  25. People that franchise are brave... I am too scared to do any such thing...

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  26. It isn't too surprising that Super Cuts is a great franchise, the ones near me are always packed!

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  27. There's a supercuts right down the street from us, this is good to know! I like to learn about the franchise

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  28. It's always good to know things before start investing, right? :D

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  29. I had one not too far from me when I lived in NYC. I haven't seen one here where I live now. It's always good to know about what you're investing in though.

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  30. I'm pretty sure I've been to a supercuts, my husband uses Great Clips though because they are so close.

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  31. It is a great option to have if you are looking to be a small business owner.

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  32. I think this is a great business opportunity for anyone trying to branch out into being their own boss. This brand has a good reputation already.

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  33. Sounds like they do a great job walking you through the process. Great idea for so many

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  34. I did not know that they were owned by Regis. That is good to know.

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  35. My husband always gets his hair cut there! While we aren't looking to own our own franchise, we will definitely stick with our local Supercuts for all our hair cutting needs :)

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  36. I didn't know that about SuperCuts! Good to know this tidbit of information :)

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  37. You've shown another part of Supercuts, and how they're involved with their costumers. Great!

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  38. I love supercuts and this sounds like they are a great place to work!

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  39. We used to go to Supercuts but now they are not close to us. Hopefully someone will open one up in our area soon.

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  40. I've been to Super Cuts twice. My son just wanted a quick shape-up until he could get his barbershop. Lovely atmosphere. Glad to know that they are a company worth investing in.

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  41. I had no idea Supercuts was an extension of Regis! I love Regis! I have a friend that does hair and she is in a small town local salon.. I will pass this post onto her.. I wonder if shes ever thought about owning!

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  42. It looks like Supercuts really prepares you to open up your own business. If I were looking to franchise then that would be really important on my list of companies I was considering!

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  43. My husband and I said if we ever had the extra money we would want to open our own franchise.

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  44. I think it's really cool that you don't need to have a beautician's license to be able to own this franchise.

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  45. Never heard about Supercuts and that's nice to know that they are a reputable company to get involve with franchise.

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  46. I've heard of this company I think.
    I've learned quite a bit about franchises from watching Undercover boss.

    Very interesting Rosey.

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  47. What a great small business to own!

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  48. Great info ... I've thought about a different haircut franchise before and wondered what it would take to open one. A haircut business makes sense because people will always need haircuts, no matter what the economy is doing!

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  49. I never would have considered Supercuts as a possible business opportunity, if I had not read this post. Thank you for this review.

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