Following its selection as a finalist for the NHBF-sponsored Independent Salon/Business Newcomer category at the HJ’s British Hairdressing Business Awards 2023, Dot Hair in Liverpool is celebrating.
Widely regarded as one of the industry’s most prestigious events, the awards recognise the names that have achieved business brilliance, helping uphold Britain’s reputation as a world leader in hairdressing expertise.
Dot Hair reached the finals after submitting an attention-grabbing entry, detailing the skills and experience that have contributed to their career success to date. Following an intensive judging process, the team will now attend the 25th British Hairdressing Business Awards, held this year on Monday 3 July 2023 at London’s Park Plaza Westminster Bridge.
Phil Gallager says:
“I still can’t believe it! The awards are so respected across the industry, so just to reach the finals is a huge honour. We’re up against some incredible competition but we just hope that the judges see our drive and passion. Winning the award could change our lives – we’re keeping everything crossed!”
Jayne Lewis-Orr, Executive Director of the British Hairdressing Business Awards says:
“HJ’s British Hairdressing Business Awards are an annual celebration of business acumen, and the people and companies going the extra mile to ensure that creativity and commercial success go hand in hand. Once again, our judging panel was overwhelmed with the standard of entries. To make the shortlist for this category, nominees need to demonstrate an impressive business launch, as well as evidence of success to date and a clear plan for the future. Dot Hair should feel incredibly proud to have achieved that and finalised alongside such impressive talent.”
A total of 17 trophies will be awarded at the event, which was launched in 1998 and has previously honoured names including Trevor Sorbie, TONI&GUY, Sophia Hilton, Colin McAndrew and Casey Coleman.