Break bias and build resilience, with Christina Russell of Radiance Holdings
The health and beauty sector has certainly shown some resilience coming out of the COVID pandemic. Looking ahead, the global beauty industry market size is expected to increase by 3.5 per cent in 2024, to total $590.9bn, before rising another 3.4 per cent to hit $611.2bn in 2025.
One industry-leading organization that has recorded outstanding performance of its flagship brands, is Radiance Holdings. Led by CEO, Christina Russell, the company represents a collection of premier brands in the beauty, wellness and self-care sector, including Sola Salons, the world's largest and fastest growing salon studios franchise; Woodhouse, the largest premium day spa making high-end, resort-level experiences accessible in a neighborhood setting; and BeautyHive, an online distributor of professional beauty products.
Radiance Holdings’ sense of community and inclusivity really defines the franchise model, which is why we wanted to catch up with Christina – from the key values that help beat the competition to the lessons she learned as a female executive and the advice she gave to every woman who wants to break the glass ceiling.
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