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11 Apr 2024

How technology can help drive growth for your spa business

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How technology can help drive growth for your spa business

SumUp helps spa and wellness businesses remain streamlined and organised
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It's safe to say that technology is transforming every sector, and the spa, wellness and beauty industries are no exception.

With new technologies, however, there are new opportunities for business owners like you to define your unique selling points and always stay one step ahead of competitors.

Here are three technologies you should consider adopting if you want to grow your business.

Flexible payment options
Gone are the days when card payments were clunky. The latest solutions such as card readers and POS systems are compact, easy-to-use, and the sleek design looks great positioned at any reception desk welcoming customers to your spa.

Best of all, they're connected to a multifunctional card payments app where you can track transactions and set up product inventories. This means you don't need to go through the trouble of downloading different apps for different tasks, keeping everything streamlined and organised.

Augmented and virtual reality
Augmented and virtual reality are now becoming mainstream, and they're also making their way into the wellness industry. They're transforming spa treatments into an even more immersive and personalized experience.

With AR-driven skin analysis, virtual product try-ons and simulated environments, spa owners can now offer more tailored treatments that cater to each client's expectations, and even health needs.

AI and machine learning
AI is also being used to further customise the client experience by providing key data and insights previously difficult to obtain.

Spa owners can use AI algorithms to predict not only the best treatment and products for each client but also their customer service preferences based on their individual data.

From a business perspective, machine learning can analyse business and financial data, as well as customer feedback and draw up trends that can help you make data-driven decisions and grow your business.


Supplier: SumUp

We believe that every business should have access to affordable, easy-to-use payment solutions, no matter their size. Back in 2012, SumUp was founded by a small team with one goal in mind – to create a world where small business owners can be successful doing what they love. Today, over 4 million businesses rely on SumUp to get paid.

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