Paul Serville Named Wella Professionals Global Business Ambassador
Adil Mehboob-Khan, president of Wella Professionals, the Salon Professional Division of Procter & Gamble, has named salon industry veteran and successful business educator, Paul Serville as Wella’s Global Business Ambassador.
“At Wella, we want our salon partners to thrive, not just survive, both as entrepreneurs and as artists,” notes Adil Mehboob-Khan. “Paul is an incredible inspiration and ambassador because he knows firsthand the challenges for salon owners and has real, proven solutions to share.
As Wella’s Global Business Ambassador, Paul will share his experiences and successful approach with audiences worldwide, which started with a keynote speech during Wella’s Trend Vision event in Monaco this past November.
“I’m thrilled to work with Wella because we share the same vision,” said Paul Serville.” We both want to help stylists and salon owners understand how to grow their businesses for a lifetime of success in this amazing industry.”
With 45 years’ experience in the industry as a creative artist and a successful salon owner, Paul’s focus over the last several years has been on the “business” of hairdressing. After turning around his own business, Paul committed to share his journey, but more importantly the actual systems and solutions that he is still using every day. Today, he boasts 87 industry awards, successfully operates five world class salons and one academy, and together with his team, educates salon professionals all around the world.
“At Wella, we offer a variety of tools to help our salon partners grow and are proud to partner locally with some of the industry’s top business educators,” said Michelle Mason, Vice President, Wella Global Education. “What I see in this exciting global partnership with Paul is a new opportunity to be even more comprehensive, more coordinated and game-changing in our total approach. This is a great additional step for our customers to accelerate profitable growth for personal and financial success.”