Harrogate hairdresser to rebrand with new name and new look
The Joseph Ferraro salon on Cheltenham Crescent in Harrogate is to be taken over by salon manager Nicola Rayner and rebranded with a new name and new look.
Ms Rayner has worked for Joseph Ferraro, who has another salon on Leeds Road, for 10 years and been part-owner of the salon for six years. But the pair have now decided to part ways and Miss Rayner is taking on the salon alone.
From August, she plans to rebrand as Rayner and Green and refurbish the salon. She said:
“As the years have gone on we both decided it was the right time to separate and I’m really excited to take on the salon as my own. All of my team will be staying with me too.”
Ms Rayner and her four staff intend to make a few changes including setting up Klarna, a payment app which allows customers to pay for their hair appointment over a number of instalments.
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Investment advisor with Harrogate branch makes deal with The Law Society
As part of the relationship St James’s Place (SJP) will help solicitors at all stages of their professional career decide how to invest, manage significant cash bonuses or business cash flow, acquire or merge with other practices or create a legacy plan for their business.
The advisor has more than 4,000 partners across the UK with one of those offices being in Harrogate. The deal allows it to work with all solicitors represented by the Law Society.
Paul Ainslie, head of campaigns and partnerships at SJP, said:
“I am delighted that the Law Society of England & Wales have chosen to work with St. James’s Place, affording us the opportunity to expand on the support we already provide to solicitors via The Law Society of Scotland.”
“Our remit is simple, we will share our professional expertise with members so that they have the confidence and knowledge to help make the right decisions at the right time to create the future they want for themselves, their family, their business and their clients.”