It all depends on the location. I was in Seatle this past summer and I thuoght that place sucked not only were the people not personable they were just plain weird, and the city its self pretty much sucked too. I mean there were some good places, but most of the city was a dump I thought.Is Seattle a good place to open up a salon/day spa?
Ive lived in seattle my whole life.. i'd say it would if you were trying to get more upper class customers...
it could be. it rains 80% of the year, so you will either get a lot of business cuz of that, or because the weather is so bad no one will go out.
its not a good placu may not get enough buisness
im not from there im from NY but in my opinion, anywhere should be a good place to open one of those because there are ALWAYS women everywhere that need to be pampered once in a while. I think the KEY to having a sucessful one of those is to keep the prices low and keep the spirits high so people want to go there and feel good about it, and dont feel like theyre walking into a place where they spend all their money for little results and feel like they are being judged by an obnoxious staff..