The Professional Beauty Association’s Salon/Spa Performance Index is a statistical barometer that measures the overall health of the U.S. Salon/Spa Industry. This quarterly composite index is based on the responses to the Professional Beauty Association’s quarterly Salon/Spa Tracking Survey, which is fielded among salon/spa owners nationwide on a variety of indicators including service sales, retail sales, customer traffic, employees and hours, and capital expenditures.
“Top 10 Global Spa Trends to Watch in 2011” Company announces its eighth annual forecast of the emerging concepts set to shape the world of spa next year, and beyond. President Susie Ellis Predicts All Eyes Will Be on Asia, An Explosion of Spa Brands, A New Focus on Aging Demographics (and a Liberal Dose of Salt) Will Hit the Spa Scene Next Year.
SpaFinder, Inc., the global spa and wellness resource, name global spa trends that will influence spa experiences for both consumers and the industry for years to come. SpaFinder’s annual report is based on analysis from a team of experts who visit thousands of spas, interviews with top industry analysts and research organizations, and ongoing consumer and industry research in the spa, travel, wellness, and beauty sectors.
This is a summary of the findings from the 2010 U.S. Spa Industry Study commissioned by the International SPA Association (ISPA). This study presents a picture of the state of the spa industry in 2009. DUring that period, the U.S. found itself facing the deepest andmost prolonged recession since the 1930s.