As of March 1, the renowned Oscar Oscar Salons has an all-new Education Manager. Adam McIntosh has stepped into the role, reporting to General Manager Tracey Hughes and inhibiting a newly created role as part of the salon brand’s continuous expansion, directed at future growth for the whole company.
“I’m truly excited in being invited to play a fundamental role in the future vision of Oscar Oscar salons,” Adam said. “I believe in our people and I believe in our future. It’s vital for me to connect with everyone, from apprentices and stylists to salon partners. United with Tracey, we share a combined commitment to pave a clear path that highlights education, mentoring and talent, with continual opportunities to grow.”
Adam comes to the role most recently from education in the corporate and commercial sector at L’Oréal Professionnel, and once led and managed the Oscar Oscar Pacific Fair Salon on the Gold Coast. Adam returns to the brand with added experience and a tried and tested management and education style to lead the way and facilitate its continued growth. Adam combines in-salon training experience and business acumen to inspire and motivate in the Oscar Oscar sphere. Interestingly, he was also a 2012/13 FAME Team member with Tracey as his FAME Team Mentor at the time, so his working relationship with both the brand and Tracey is long and storied.
“Our education strategy is a game changer. It’s a unique model unlike anything I have seen in any salon and centres from eight clearly identified pillars for success that include bringing apprentice training in-house, inducting stylists, a full-scale in-house digital and content creation studio and business development for our salon partners, all of which are only the tip of the iceberg,” Tracey said.
“With Adam’s passion and experience, we will focus on celebrating our people and our culture with the internalising of education and developing the facilities for greatness to unfold. We love our industry and the people of it and plan to do all we possibly can to harness and grow the great talent in Australia,” she continued.
Join us in congratulating Adam on his new appointment.
For more information visit www.oscaroscar.com.au