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Technology will play a key role as spas adapt to business after the lockdown
By Journalist 12 Jun 2020
As the spa and wellness industry emerges into a new normal in the wake of the 2020 COVID lockdown, spas will be altering many of their business practices in order to adhere to social distancing guidelines and reduce unnecessary human interaction.

Technology will play a key role in this transition and in maintaining optimal levels of customer service and experience.

Here are just a few examples of how technology will be moving to the forefront in the coming months and years.

Online and mobile booking and check in: Spa guests will want to spend as little time interacting with people as possible, meaning that online booking intake forms will become increasingly important.

Online and mobile payment: Similarly, customers will want to make payments in any remote way possible, which will mean online and from personal devices.

Reading material and entertainment: As paper items should no longer be available in waiting areas, tablets and other devices that are easily wiped down will be on hand to keep clients occupied.

Virtual retail sales: Retail sales will become a vital means of shoring up revenue lost during the lockdown and due to the fact that spas will be operating at reduced occupancy. Technology will be an important part of this in terms of marketing, online purchasing and more.

Communication: Since there will be much less face to face communication, your written and virtual communication of all kinds will be more important than ever. Both what you are communicating and how it is communicated have always mattered. Now they are paramount.

Book4Time recently conducted two webinars with some of the spa and wellness industry’s top thought leaders to learn about how they envision the future. Tune in to see what they had to say here.

Webinar 1: The changing landscape of the wellness industry amid Covid-19

Webinar 2: How will spas reopen?


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13 Aug 2020
Spa software company, Zenoti, is partnering with RUSH Hair and Beauty Salons to provide advanced salon management solutions. RUSH Hair and Beauty is one of the UK’s largest salon brands operating more than 90 salons, ... More
12 Aug 2020
Spa and wellness equipment supplier, Gharieni, has unveiled The Gharieni 601 treatment table, which combines the best features of a spa table and a beauty chair in one versatile product. Designed with a flexible arm ... More
10 Aug 2020
“The future has always been tech-based, but COVID-19 will drive this trend from a nice-to-have to a must-have,” claims Frank Pitsikalis, founder and CEO of hospitality management software system ResortSuite. He believes that the acceleration ... More
10 Aug 2020
Italian skincare brand Bioline Jatò has unveiled a new treatment and multi-action skincare range designed for men’s skincare needs. The three-piece collection, named Man, has been launched alongside an hour-long facial which uses Bioline Jatò’s ... More
06 Aug 2020
New Living Spaces screens could be of interest to spas going the extra mile to demonstrate how safe and clean their facilities are. The 1m wide and 1.45m tall safety-glass screens, with castors for easy ... More
04 Aug 2020
In 2004, Shogoro Uemura, CEO of Iyashi Dôme, was inspired by his father’s work to create a new treatment protocol based on the Japanese tradition of sand bathing. Shogoro Uemura discovered his father was collaborating ... More
03 Aug 2020
There’s growing consumer interest in halo (salt) therapy since COVID-19 as people look to improve their respiratory health and boost their immune systems. Indeed, some spas may already have dedicated salt rooms or halotherapy booths. ... More
31 Jul 2020
Blu Spas, a full-service consultancy offering consulting, advisory and operating solutions, is set to launch several new proprietary concepts, such as Blu Galaxy, a modern wellness experience and other immersive wellness technologies. Blu Spas is ... More
29 Jul 2020
Silicon Valley tech startup, Bryte, proposes that hotels need to commit to in-room wellness in every guest room – for Bryte, the true catalyst to in-room wellness is through improving restorative sleep. Bryte has collaborated ... More
27 Jul 2020
Sothys has developed a multifunction eyecare range and treatment designed to target the eye contour’s problem areas. Named Prescription Jeunesse, the collection is suitable for a range of ages because it can be used both ... More
24 Jul 2020
Italy’s Maletti Group, the parent company to Nilo wellness equipment, has worked with the University of Perugia to develop a device that sanitises any spa room continuously and not just at intervals in the day. ... More
22 Jul 2020
With new government guidelines shifting how spas operate, it is important to use a system that complies with these changes. This is where Core by Premier Software® comes in. Core is the ideal scheduling solution ... More
     
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Technology will play a key role as spas adapt to business after the lockdown
12 Jun 2020 . BY Journalist
As the spa and wellness industry emerges into a new normal in the wake of the 2020 COVID lockdown, spas will be altering many of their business practices in order to adhere to social distancing guidelines and reduce unnecessary human interaction.

Technology will play a key role in this transition and in maintaining optimal levels of customer service and experience.

Here are just a few examples of how technology will be moving to the forefront in the coming months and years.

Online and mobile booking and check in: Spa guests will want to spend as little time interacting with people as possible, meaning that online booking intake forms will become increasingly important.

Online and mobile payment: Similarly, customers will want to make payments in any remote way possible, which will mean online and from personal devices.

Reading material and entertainment: As paper items should no longer be available in waiting areas, tablets and other devices that are easily wiped down will be on hand to keep clients occupied.

Virtual retail sales: Retail sales will become a vital means of shoring up revenue lost during the lockdown and due to the fact that spas will be operating at reduced occupancy. Technology will be an important part of this in terms of marketing, online purchasing and more.

Communication: Since there will be much less face to face communication, your written and virtual communication of all kinds will be more important than ever. Both what you are communicating and how it is communicated have always mattered. Now they are paramount.

Book4Time recently conducted two webinars with some of the spa and wellness industry’s top thought leaders to learn about how they envision the future. Tune in to see what they had to say here.

Webinar 1: The changing landscape of the wellness industry amid Covid-19

Webinar 2: How will spas reopen?
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Zenoti partners with RUSH Hair and Beauty Salons to provide a client-focused digital solution
Spa software company, Zenoti, is partnering with RUSH Hair and Beauty Salons to provide advanced salon management solutions.
Gharieni unveils versatile treatment table to helps spas be ‘flexible, fast and effective’
Spa and wellness equipment supplier, Gharieni, has unveiled The Gharieni 601 treatment table, which combines the best features of a spa table and a beauty chair in one versatile product.
ResortSuite’s app lets guests control their own wellness itinerary
“The future has always been tech-based, but COVID-19 will drive this trend from a nice-to- have to a must-have,” claims Frank Pitsikalis, founder and CEO of hospitality management software system ResortSuite.
Bioline Jatò launches men’s skincare range and treatment to combat visible ageing
Italian skincare brand Bioline Jatò has unveiled a new treatment and multi-action skincare range designed for men’s skincare needs.
Twilight Trees unveils foliage-filled spa safety screens
New Living Spaces screens could be of interest to spas going the extra mile to demonstrate how safe and clean their facilities are.
Iyashi Dôme: the original Japanese sauna
In 2004, Shogoro Uemura, CEO of Iyashi Dôme, was inspired by his father’s work to create a new treatment protocol based on the Japanese tradition of sand bathing.
New Halotherapy Solutions device delivers salt therapy in treatment rooms
There’s growing consumer interest in halo (salt) therapy since COVID-19 as people look to improve their respiratory health and boost their immune systems.
Blu Spas to launch new wellness concepts
Blu Spas is a full-service firm offering consulting, advisory and operating solutions.
Bryte develops AI smart-bed to improve and optimise restorative sleep
Silicon Valley tech startup, Bryte, proposes that hotels need to commit to in-room wellness in every guest room – for Bryte, the true catalyst to in-room wellness is through improving restorative sleep.
Sothys reveals eye contour treatment designed to combat puffiness, ageing and dark circles
Sothys has developed a multifunction eyecare range and treatment designed to target the eye contour’s problem areas.
Nilo parent company launches UV-Totem sanitiser
Italy’s Maletti Group, the parent company to Nilo wellness equipment, has worked with the University of Perugia to develop a device that sanitises any spa room continuously and not just at intervals in the day.
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