I think that's a great idea...for example contacting IBM in Adelaide..they're a big company and saying you are a mobile hairdresser and could cut hair actually on the premises save people leaving their work to go and get a trim.
Originally Posted by Diane
Here..that could catch on (unless of course it exists already, as usually my "hair" brained schemes are already out there!)
Last edited by rockpool crab; 05-12-2008 at 10:01 AM.
If you've still got some leaflets spare let me know and I'll put them up on the notice boards at University of South Australia campuses in the new term. A lot of students from overseas and country areas live in the city during term time and are always on the lookout for a decent deal and don't really know where to go unless someone tells them. Unfortunately term has finished now until the end of February, but if its any help for next year let me know.
Hope things pick up for you.
I'm sorry if this sounds harsh as its not meant too and i'll try and say it as softly as i can but i wouldn't go to the city for a haircut. That is one of the first things i'd get done at my local barbers then go and get your clothes sorted and have a shave , THEN go to the city for a good time.
Surely if you want regular clientel ( ?? sp ?/) then you need to work in a suburb??
Sorry just my opinion.( off to the local barbers at 9am today )
I work in the building situated on the corner of Hindley Street. Let me know if you drop off some leaflets and I'll put them on the notice boards. We are a big engineering company. :)
Sorry i just had a thought.. I would have my haircut in the city if that was where i worked and i could nip out in my lunch hour.