Program Director of BatchEDU, Matthew Amato, reveals insider beauty and branding secrets for BatchEDU students to land jobs coming out of beauty school. Students are trained to establish and provided tools to create a personal brand equity foundation that will carry on throughout their careers. Matthew Amato licensed stylist educated in the fields of cosmetology, sales & marketing, new business development, and stylist development training; was a driving force behind the BatchEDU Business Success System (BBSS), to enhance the real world application of salon education and client experience.
“We have seen a shift in the beauty industry where students are finding it harder and harder to land successful job placement and are seeing an increase on defaulted student loans” stated Matthew. “It was disheartening to see so many budding stylists graduate with passion and charisma to fall flat, so thats why we created the BatchEDU Business Success System” exclaims Amato. “The goal is to increase the value of the student to the salon owner coming out of school, and to provide the tools to standout from the pack when applying for jobs” said Amato.
“By the way, intelligence to me isn’t just being book-smart or having a college degree; it’s trusting your gut instincts, being intuitive, thinking outside the box, and sometimes just realizing that things need to change and being smart enough to change it” exclaimed celebrity stylist – Tabatha Coffey
Being unique in the eyes of a salon owner and presenting them an established personal brand including: website, social media assets, professional portfolio and resume all available on a digital business card demands attention.
To see if your beauty school qualifies for the BatchEDU Business Success System, to increase the value of your program to students and increase placement rates please visit www.BatchEDU.com.