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DUTCH HAIRDRESSING Dublin, 24, 25 October 2013

DUTCH HAIRDRESSING Dublin, 24, 25 October 2013

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DUTCH HAIRDRESSING Dublin, 24, 25 October 2013

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  1. DUTCH HAIRDRESSINGDublin, 24, 25 October 2013

  2. DUTCH HAIRDRESSING SECTOR Key figures Branche ANKO Withemployees 6.000 3.700 Selfemployed13.000 1.700

  3. SEGMENTATION TotalANKO Selfemployed13.0001.700 - At home5.100 700 - Ambulant5.000 420 - Salon 2.900 580 With employees6.0003.700 • Turnover < 175.000 3.800 2.150 • Turnover > 175.000 2.200 1.550

  4. CHAINS • 15 Companies (> 10 Filialen) • 700 Branches • Chains are increasing

  5. DEVELOPMENT • 1991 10.000 • 2013 20.000 Increasealmostfullyselfemployed

  6. JOBS • Total 47.000 • Selfemployed 14.000 • Employees andshopowners 33.000 - Incl. employees 26.000 • Students: - Apprentices3.500 (1 day school, 4 days salon) - Trainees3.500(4 days school, 1 day salon)

  7. DIVISION OF TURNOVER

  8. COMPOSITION OF TURNOVER Mainlyhaircare Salesofproducts • 7% selfemployed • 11% salons

  9. TURNOVER HAIRDRESSING SECTOR • € 1.4 Billionexcl 6% VAT • 80% Salons • 20% Selfemployed

  10. MISSION ANKO ANKO is the advocate forall salon owners in hairdressingthat want to run their business in a professional way

  11. VISION ANKO • Holding on to the traditional continuity of the past is no option • The hairdressing sector has changedandwill continue to change • Craftmanshiponlywillnotbeenough, but is of the utmostimportance • Strenghtening of the whole salon, bothemployersand employees is needed

  12. CHANGING MARKET • Growth of selfemployment • Decreasingincomeandprofitabilty • Recessioncomestogetherwithincreasingcompetitionandpricepressure • Strong pressure on the traditional salon • Market-orientedchainsgrowing

  13. CHALLENGES • Improvement of enterpreneurs’ skills • Equalconditionsforallenterprises • The level and image of hairdressing as an important craftshouldbeimproved • Wagevs turnover toooften off balance • Extendaveragelenghth of stay of skilled employees

  14. SOCIAL PARTNER STRUCTURE Socialdialogue is a long Dutch tradition Social partners in Hairdressing: ANKO employers FNV Mooi employees CNV Vakmensen employees

  15. SOCIAL PARTNER STRUCTURE • Socialpartners formally deal with: • Collectivelabour agreement • Health and Safety • Pension scheme • Education • But alsodiscussother relevant mattersforhairdressers

  16. SOCIAL DIALOGUE We see a goodfunctioningsocialdialogue as an important instrument for the economicdevelopment of the hairdressing sector

  17. Thankyouforyour attention