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Students & New Professionals SalonCentric Education W312C Jerilynn Stevens W223A Would You Like to Work Back Stage on the Set of a Reality TV Show? Jerilynn Stevens SATURDAY 3:00 - 4:30p The Social Revival - Student Edition Daniel Mason Jones MONDAY 2:30 - 3:30p “Wanna be Instafamous?” Don’t forget about Facebook! Are you overwhelmed with what, when and how to post? Find out how to use both platforms to make a name for yourself and make lots of money. This program will highlight all that is needed to launch, build and monetize your social platforms to convert followers to dollars behind the chair.  Hairy Situations SUNDAY 2:30 - 3:30p Jen Planck This powerful experience touches and changes the lives of beauty professionals as this tiny spark with a Mohawk ignites laughter, love and passion into the hearts and lives of others. Navigating through the highs and the grows of the life of a beauty pro is a journey only truly understood by those who are chosen to walk it. Breakdowns become breakthroughs, clients evolve into life lessons and salon teams become families. Remember and redefine YOUR purpose - stop going through your life and start growing! See pages 74 & 78 for additional classes by SalonCentric Education Jerilynn Stephens, Head of the Hairdressing Department for The Voice, Shark Tank, Lip Sync Battles and other reality TV shows, will share her journey to success and the steps you need to take to get your dream job working with the stars on television shows. Jerilynn is a Guild award winning and 6 time Emmy nominated hairstylist. She is Department Head Hairstylist of The Voice, Shark Tank, Lip Sync Battle & Lip Sync Battle Shorties. In addition, she is a personal hairstylist to Robert Herjavec of Shark Tank and Jordan Smith, Season 9 winner of The Voice. Jerilynn started her career in Seattle in 1995 and moved to Los Angeles in 2001 to pursue her dreams of working in the TV and Film industry. Her motto then and now is “Dream Big or Don’t Bother.” She loves sharing her experience of manifesting her life and hopes to inspire others to do the same. Keune International W223A I Have My Cosmetology License! Now What? John Palmieri Chris Sulimay SUNDAY 1:00 - 2:00p Prosper U Pro with Eric Fisher and Team W223A How To Be Wildly Successful in The Beauty Industry Eric Fisher SUNDAY 11:30a - 12:30p Making more money does not always mean you have to prospect for new clients. If you are new to the industry and need to build a clientele, join this class to learn how to double your income with the clients you already have, attract new clients, increase your average ticket, overcome nine retail killers and learn how to pre-book those clients to predict your income. ClipperGuy By Ivan Zoot W223A Cosmo-Barber-Ology Ivan Zoot MONDAY 10:00 - 11:00a You are earning a cosmetology license and you want to raise the bar on your guy hair game or you are earning a barber license and want to take your technical hair cutting to the next level. Welcome to CosmoBarberOlogy! This is the class for you. Let’s blends the best of both worlds to put a modern and workable spin on contemporary men’s haircutting. You will be able to create haircuts that your clients will rave about. You will be able to create haircuts that can command higher prices. See pages 50, 60 & 78 for additional classes by ClipperGuy By Ivan Zoot You’re a brand new or future beauty school graduate. Pass your State Board and you’re on your way to a beautiful career! But do you know all of the different opportunities available to you in the beauty industry? Of course, you know that working in a salon is the most obvious choice and many people enjoy long, successful careers working in salons, however there are also many more options available once you’ve earned your license. This class will show you several specific career paths you may choose to take. John is a tireless beauty industry advocate, leadership trainer, corporate culture freak and a Moto Guzzi nut! Currently, the director of business and leadership development for the Salon 124 Group, a company of 6 Salons 130 stylists and a cosmetology school. John views the beauty industry from many perspectives. Initially a stylist and salon owner for over 20 years, John then successfully grew and sold his salon, while working as an industry coach and consultant. Chris has dedicated a lifetime as a high performing stylist, salon owner and partner in a cosmetology school, and global educator. In 2013 he transitioned into education as a full time calling. Starting his education career at Redken, Chris was able to share real-time business building strategies with stylists. Before long, he found himself helping to develop education teams at both Keune and Living Proof. Chris is an author and speaker, but most importantly, a practicing hairdresser. Shades of Monet Mapping Out Your Desired Path in the Beauty & Wellness Industry Monet Colbert W223A MONDAY 11:30a - 12:30p Students attending this class will learn how to create their own Mind Map wheel for career success. They will fill in their personal career ideas that they have about the beauty industry on a Mind Mapping sheet and learn what they need to do to get on their desired path. We will take each spoke on the Mind Map wheel and put it into perspective, adding dollars and cents so they can actually prioritize their own reality. We will discuss industry income averages and Monet will show Sportclips W223A the students how to become their own brand and NOT to become a carbon copy. Men's Modern Cuts SportClips Artistic Team SUNDAY 4:00 - 5:00p Learn progressive techniques and up your game behind the chair with the company who has revolutionized the men’s grooming industry! From scissors to clippers, master the looks that guys want now and acquire the skills needed to create suitable haircuts and finishes for all of your male clients. Tomb 45 LLC Young Entrepreneurs & Building Clientele Chris Bossio Amorial Bennett W230A MONDAY 10:00 - 11:00a Tomb45 will show you different methods in building a solid clientele, and how to maximize your efforts behind the chair into different verticals such as shop ownership, product lines and more. See page 52 & 74 for additional classes by Tomb45 58 Stay Connected #PremiereOrlando