BENEFITS

Growing the industry for everyone's benefit

Growing the industry for everyone's benefit

The British Barbers' Association (BBA) is encouraging barbers to sign up to its free membership scheme so that the industry can speak 'as one'. The association finds itself increasingly taking the lead on a raft of initiatives that will affect the industry now and into the future and we invite you to join with us
Be engaged
The BBA has worked directly with Habia to develop National Occupational Standards - that form the basis of all government recognised qualifications - through membership of its forums and working groups, influencing the creation of future of qualifications in line with the views of the barbering industry and the wider BBA network so that they meet employer and business needs.
Likewise, with Apprenticeship Trailblazers, the BBA is supporting the development group through its members, expertise and forums, and ensuring that proposed 'trade tests' and assessments meet the barbering industry's requirements, are truly employer-led and are relevant to businesses of all sizes.
Mike Taylor, BBA Director, said, 'It's a really exciting time for the barbering industry, and the BBA is right at the heart of all the changes. We want barbers to be involved in that, and to have their say, and the only way to achieve that is to become a free BBA member. The development of new standards and Apprenticeship Trailblazers is absolutely huge, and barbers can be there right at the center of it through the BBA'.
Share the Benefits
As well as having their say on the latest training developments, BBA can also access a range of benefits including:
  • Access to a community of likeminded professionals
  • Opportunities to enter the competitions
  • Professional products and tools at preferential prices on our online shop
  • Preferential rates on training courses and professional development resources
  • Insurance at preferential premiums
  • HR and Employment Law advise
  • Business banking and other financial service
  • Hair Loss and Hair Transplant information
An active membership that gives you a ‘voice’ to develop and celebrate men’s hairdressing.
Benefits
Barbering Services Code of practices
Barbering Services Code of Practice

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SKY SPORTS
SKY SPORTS

Here is a fantastic opportunity for members of the British Barbers' Association to show Sky within their establishments at an unbelievable price

CALL TODAY 08442411111 OR VISIT www.Sky.com/business Remember to quote BBA code : SURT


There are a variety of packages available to you to choose, from the Sky Ultimate package giving you all the sport, entertainment & news channels your customers could ever want as well as free monthly wi-fi, to the Sky Business Value pack offering you the chance to keep your customers up to date with the latest sporting news as it breaks on Sky Sports News HD.
The packages are:
Sky Ultimate - £80 ex VAT per month (Normal price £233 ex VAT)
Sky Base - £70 ex VAT per month (Normal price £170 ex VAT)
Business Entertainment - £60 ex VAT per month
Business Value - £30 ex VAT per month
For customers signing up they will also receive free standard installation on all packages (Normal price £130) & Sky Ultimate customers will receive free monthly Wi-fi (standard installation cost £300).


MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS
MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS


The BBA salon magazine deal saves salon owners money and enhances the salon image. To benefit from the special offer, members will either need to enter the code ‘BBA10’ online or quote it when ordering over the telephone. For further details and to place an order, go to www.dltmagazines.co.uk/shop/pre-selected-magazine-... or call 020 8974 3970 and ask for David Stratford.



Having a good selection of the latest magazines in your salon, helps your customers relax and can help to provide them with a lasting and professional impression of your business. The British Barbers’ Association has negotiated a great deal for members to receive an extra 10% off and a FREE GIFT when you subscribe to a DLT subscription package. Taking out a subscription today will enable you to receive a monthly selection of the UK’s leading glossy magazines with permanent savings of up to 70% off cover prices. Magazines are delivered monthly, in one easy to manage bundle by secure carrier.

Harley Street Hair Clinic
Harley Street Hair Clinic

Get the Harley Street Hair Clinic Experience for your business.
The British Barbers’ Association (BBA) is working with one of the World’s leading hair loss Clinic to offer you and your clients the latest in hair-transplant technology.

The Harley Street Hair Clinic which has been responsible for many high profile hair restorations including the most famous of them all?
The Restoration of Wayne Rooney’s hair ( England Football Captain and Manchester United ) in 2011 is the most photographed and commented example that has led to changing attitudes to hair transplants and hair loss.
Wayne Rooney’s procedure has helped raise awareness of the possibilities offered by modern transplantation technology and the pioneering work of the Harley Street Hair Clinic.
The Clinic values the relationship of the Barber and Client and the importance of education to enable barbers to learn more about hair loss options for men and Women.
There are partnership opportunities available exclusively for BBA Members including a referral scheme to help provide a valuable additional income stream as well as information on the latest clinical advances in Hair loss treatments.
The clinic is also offering barbers the chance to visit the Harley Street Hair Clinic themselves, speak to staff and understand more about the techniques involved, as well as assisting the BBA in hosting workshops for barbers interested in the world of hair transplants.

Demand for hair transplants has tripled in the past two years, making it one of the genuine growth areas in men's grooming and a potential revenue stream for your business.

ACCOUNTING
ACCOUNTING
TW Accountancy

Any person who is self-employed, in a business partnership or owns a company needs to keep accurate records to be able to complete their tax returns at the end of the year. Keeping business records
You can keep your business records however you like but to fill in your tax return you’ll usually have to keep:
  • a balance sheet
  • a profit and loss account
However, as a small business you might not need to keep these kinds of records for the 2013 to 2014 tax year if you choose to use cash basis (see below).
You must make sure all your records are accurate and can be read by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) if they ask to see them.
Depending on what you use simplified expenses for, you need to record business miles for vehicles, hours you work at home and how many people live on your business premises over the year.
If you need a friendly helping hand in sorting out your tax affairs TW Accounting can help.
We have a number of years of experience of the barbering industry
TW Accounting is Fully insured, licensed and regulated by The Association of Accounting
Technicians to engage in public practice in:
ACCOUNTANCY
Financial Accounting and Accounts Preparation, Bookkeeping, Budgeting and Forecasting, Management Accounting and Payroll.
TAXATION
Value Added Tax and Personal Income Tax, Business Income Tax and Corporation Tax.
Contact Details
Toby Wilcox
07545 599666
tobywilcox@aol.com
LEGAL ADVISE
LEGAL ADVISE
Taking control of your legal and HR issues can be daunting for some businesses. But it needn't be with sound, professional advice.
That's why the BBA is now offering support on employment law matters in partnership with David Wright, one of the UK's top experts.
With over 30 years experience, David advises numerous clients with a business-orientated service that listens to their needs and offers flexible support geared to their situation – without the jargon or legalese.
David provides practical guidance on what can and can't be done- in line with the law- so that you can get on with running your business.
And as a columnist for many national publications (including Hairdressers Journal, Professional Beauty and The Hairdresser), David offers the latest and most authoritative guidance via his role as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
You'll also have access to:
  • Reviews of existing contracts, employment and HR processes (including redrafting)
  • Template contracts and redrafts specifically for your business – and without the jargon
  • Self-employment agreements
  • A monthly newsletter reminding you of changes to legislation, case studies from other employers, a Q&A, and advice on best practice
  • A personal helpline – available weekdays up until 8pm and weekends.
And all for a one-off, all-inclusive fee, no matter how many times you use the service.
For more information, email admin@britishbarbers.com
OUR SPONSORs
  • Barber UK logo
  • BBA partners
  • The British Barbers’ Association (BBA) is to launch its own range of male grooming products
  • Andis
  • SMITHSON
  • BARBER COUNCIL
  • Alan Howard