New networking site launches to support the beauty industry

A new beauty networking site has launched to support and unite the industry, as well as providing a range of free business advice.
Beauty and hospitality entrepreneur Jayd Linney launched The Beautyco Club at the beginning of the second lockdown via Facebook. Her aim is to remove the fear of ‘reaching out' to other businesses and competitors, and to help people come together to offer guidance and motivation to each other.

With 10 years' experience running multiple successful businesses, including two award winning nail bars which were invited to open concessions in Topshop stores, Jayd has a wealth of branding and business knowledge.

“This isn't something I would have given a second thought to before the pandemic as I've always preferred to stand in the background of my businesses,” Jayd comments. “However, this whole situation has made me re-evaluate everything and I decided I wanted to share the knowledge and skills I've gained, plus the many mistakes along the way, with others to help boost their businesses and help them get through this incredibly trying time.

“I truly believe this club and the information that the members are sharing with each other could be the difference between a business getting through this time or not, and I'm so proud to be able to be helping others.”

Already proving popular with professionals, The Beautyco Club is free to join and participate in. On top of this, Jayd has also introduced a private business mentoring service for club members for those looking to make an instant and targeted impact.

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