Archive for January 25th, 2010
It seems that whenever I travel or attend a trade show or event, I run into Deborah Evans and Eva Jensch, two spa professionals who have a combined portfolio of more than 80 spas, resorts, and hotels throughout the world. It’s always great to hear their thoughts on industry news and trends, and I was thrilled to discover that they have decided to merge their collective experience with a new partnership called SpaSense Group.
“We offer valuable solutions to today’s toughest issues,” said Evans. “Eva and I are dedicated, seasoned professionals who bring years of imaginative and proven spa consulting services to each project, whether we are developing new spas or refreshing concepts and operations for existing spas and salons.”
SpaSense Group developed Spa360 Management Services, an innovative program which offers varying degrees of solutions to the multi-faceted challenges of a well-functioning spa. Depending on the program selected, SpaSense Group offers financial analysis, market analysis and feasibility studies, facility planning and conceptual development, staff recruitment and training, operational development, pre-opening and spa management services, green up services, and operational audit and review services. Jensch and Evans also provide partial or complete spa development services internationally.
“One of the most frequent requests we get is to review and refresh concepts for existing spas,” said Jensch. “Our Spa360 Management Services program helps target the specific objective of each client. Needs for a spa will change over time, and SpaSense Group keeps its fingers on the pulse of what is trending in and out, as well as what services specific markets will support. We also see some poorly designed spas – either physically or operationally – that may need to be tweaked or reorganized in order to become financially successful.”
For more information, visit www.spasensegroup.com. And good luck Deborah and Eva — I look forward to hearing about your successes.