PRS for Music is delighted to announce Simon Webster Hair in Brighton as the winner of 2016’s Music Makeover Salons competition. The competition offers hair and beauty salon owners across the UK the chance to improve their music facilities.
PRS for Music, the membership organisation that represents the rights of 118,000 songwriters, composers and music publishers, established the Music Makeover campaign to showcase and raise awareness of how good music can impact businesses.
The quality of the sound system itself, the acoustics, music choice and volume all impact both your customers’ and staff experience.
Simon Webster Hair will now be able to develop and curate their music use to best benefit their business, pairing music as a key part of their service offering.
More than 300 entrants from around the UK were judged by a panel comprising PRS Chairman, Guy Fletcher, PRS for Music Head of Marketing, Paul Sims, PR consultant, Jonathan Morrish, esteemed record producer, Steve Levine, Small Business Saturday’s Michelle Ovens, Vitality Magazine’s Tricia McDougall and last year’s winner Paula Foskett.
PRS for Music’s team of music experts will now work with the winning owner to transform their salon into a music haven, with top of the line equipment and a post-makeover launch party.
Winners and runners up
Winners – prize value £5,000
Simon Webster Hair, Brighton
Two runners up – prize value £2,500 each
Westbourne Beauty Clinic, Emsworth
The Salon of Chi, Henley