Beauty & Health

Headcase Barbers

Headcase Barbers offers the traditional men’s barbershop experience, seeking to restore the reputation of what once was considered the cornerstone of society.

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Min. investment

£40,200

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Total investment

£55,000

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Funding support

Assistance available
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Coverage

Worldwide
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Franchise Fees

N/A
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Level of expertise

Beginner to Senior

About Headcase Barbers

Headcase Barbers opened its doors in December 2000 and had around 40 open locations by 2019. The franchisor has master franchisees operating in South Africa, The Netherlands and Ireland with expansion plans for the Seychelles and is seeking further international expansion in the beauty and hair care sector. Will you grab this opportunity with both hands?

What They Offer

Headcase Barbers offers the traditional men’s barbershop experience, seeking to restore the reputation of what once was considered the cornerstone of society. It does this by making families feel comfortable and welcome and where men of all ages “know they’ll get a professional and thorough service from people they trust.”

The parent brand makes use of good rock music, oversized mirrors, top of the range traditional barber chairs and incense to reinvent and revive “a tired and forgotten industry.” This enables patrons to relax and enjoy, even sipping on a beer while their hair is taken care of.

According to the franchisor, their secret of success lies in their ability to recruit talented men and women to their “Barber Army”.

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The Franchise Offering

The franchise investment is made as easy as possible for new franchisees. It includes search and selection of the ideal shop units, barber recruitment, financial planning, marketing, business development, and operations. In 2019, the brand entered into a strategic partnership with Morrison’s Supermarkets to locate Barber Pods within their 493 shop estate. Also worth noting is that Headcase Barbers achieves an average of over £20 for a Headcase Cut. Compared to the sector average of about £11, this makes for a compelling business case for prospective franchise owners.

Who Are They Looking For?

As an owner-operator or investor-owner, you do not require previous experience in the hair and beauty industry. All that you need is a commitment to providing a strong customer service and a welcoming environment.

The Cost

In order to find out more about Headcase Barbers’ required investment, you’re encouraged to enter your details in the box below.

Funding

New business partners may be able to access third-party and internal financial packages to help bring them on board. As a result, don’t hesitate to leave your contact details below to find out more.

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Training and Support

Franchise business owners are supported with Area Management visits and Business Reviews utilising the franchisor’s custom-made Epos system. It allows for detailed performance analysis and a “walk outs” monitor to help rota planning in busy periods. The purpose of all this is to reduce customer queue frustrations and maximise revenues.

Next Steps

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