Beauty Salon Franchise Opens in Panama

Venezuelan beauty salon franchise "Salvador", opened two locations, and plans an additional for December.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Grupo Salvador is pitching the franchise to local businessmen, reported Michele Giurdanella, General Manager of the Group.

"With 53 years of experience in aesthetics and hairdressing, the group operates 17 stores in Venezuela under the franchise model, both in beauty salons and toy stores", reported

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