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10 Aug 2019
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Just Cuts Owners from all over Australia and New Zealand will arrive in Brisbane, QLD today to set sail for the 2019 Just Cuts International Conference taking place on a P&O Cruise to Airlie Beach, QLD.

Julie Cross, one of the most inspiring keynote speakers in Australia is attending as guest speaker in 2019. She combines powerful insights into human behaviour with practical strategies that leaves audiences with powerful tools for living their best life and setting a higher standard in all aspects of their existence.

Delegates will be the first to see the 2019 JUSTICE Professional Christmas product launch and will also make a stop at Airlie Beach for a very special 'I'm a Celebrity, get me out of here challenge'.

“We’re really looking forward to this year's conference. Many of our Owners are bringing their entire family along for the cruise so it's going to be a fun filled time for the adults and the kids! We're also delighted to have Julie Cross as our keynote speaker in 2019. Our Owners have been requesting a female speaker to hero conference. It's going to be great to have Julie's famous sparkle motivate and inspire us all” Said Amber Manning, Just Cuts General Manager.

And, this year’s conference finale party will bring red carpet glam to the open sea! The Awards night theme is Black Tie. “We can’t wait to share the news of our 2019 award winners and of course, the photos from the event. We've got a lot to celebrate this year!” Amber said.

The conference agenda also includes the 2019 NEW product launch event for JUSTICE Professional, Just Cuts exclusive haircare and styling brand.

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For further information and to organise an interview or photo with Amber Manning, General Manager of Just Cuts please contact:

Just Cuts Franchising

E: media@justcuts.com, kelly@justcuts.com

P: 02 9527 5444

More about Just Cuts

Just Cuts™ is a hairdressing salon that bridges the gap between the old-style barber shop and the high-end hair salon. Our fixed price, no appointment system is a convenient and practical solution for our Clients, offering them convenient, quality Style Cuts™ cuts from fully qualified Stylists at an affordable price. 

Just Cuts™ was the brainchild of Denis McFadden, who, back in 1982 turned a simple idea into a business concept that would change the hairdressing industry forever. Always one to make the most of every situation, McFadden decided to run a promotion at his humble Sydney salon to boost business and offered all Clients a “no appointment, $6 Style Cut”. The response was outstanding, and the idea of Just Cuts™ was born.

The following year, the inaugural Just Cuts™ salon opened its door to the public. And in 1990, the first Just Cuts™ franchise opened in the suburb of Engadine, in the south of Sydney. Our brand has continued to expand ever since, with over 200 locations in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom now open.

And in 2013, we answered the calls of our Clients and Stylists and launched JUSTICE Professional™ – a range of salon quality, paraben free haircare and styling products available exclusively in all our salons at a competitive, affordable price. The JUSTICE Professional™ line has something for everyone, including everyday shampoos and conditioners, anti-dandruff and dry scalp treatments, toning products, nourishing leave-in treatments and a range of hair styling waxes and sprays.

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