Black Woman Franchises Her National Hair Salon Business

Dana White, founder and CEO of Paralee Boyd
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Meet Dana White, founder and CEO of Paralee Boyd, an innovative walk-in-only hair salon franchise that provides a unique solution to getting women in and out in a timely manner.

She owns two salons in the Detroit area but has now launched a national rollout via franchising. This makes her the first Black woman in history to ever do so.

More than just another salon

Dana has truly revolutionized the way hair salons are run. According to her interview with Forbes, her company uses tech principles brought in from the automotive industry like lean manufacturing to make sure they get women in and out within a certain time while simultaneously keeping the prices of their services low.

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