Canadian Hairdresser is looking for new ownership

With Joan Harrison’s passing, Canadian Hairdresser and the Mirror Awards need to find a new owner and leader. Someone with strong ties across the industry who is willing to take the helm of the longest-running (Est. 1952) beauty trade publication in Canada and lead it into this digital age. People interested in owning this prestige publication should contact accounting@harcopub.com as soon as possible.
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