Why Bishops Believes Hair Salons For All Makes For Good Business

“It’s not about whether you’re a man or a woman; it’s about the length of your hair.” So says Leigh Feldman, the newly-appointed CEO of the entrepreneurial hair salon business Bishops that now has 50 sites across the US. “We’re tolerant unless you’re intolerant,” Feldman says of the ethos of Bishops, which has grown in large part thanks to its embrace of community and inclusivity.

The business traces its origins to 2001, when founder Leo Rivera realised he was fed up with the hair salons in his home town of Portland; they either charged hundreds of dollars for a high-end treatment or a bargain-basement price for a cut that

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