Cuts for kids

11/13/2008 | Financial Times (free content)

Joanna Meiseles couldn't find the consumer experience she wanted for her son's first haircut, so she launched her own chain of children's hair salons, tapping a $5 billion U.S. market. Young mothers she spoke to gave her ideas that make the Snip-its shops special, such as the "magic box" that dispenses prizes in exchange for a lock of hair and the chair for parents installed at each styling station.

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