The Fellowship for British Hairdressing’s Project Men welcomes three new Brand Partners to work alongside the mentoring programme.
Captain Fawcett, Matakki Scissors and Wahl will be working alongside project leader Simon Shaw as new brand partners. They will help ensure ensure the project members extend their knowledge and skills. Tihs will be in all things men’s hair and barbering, as well as product knowledge and education.
Fellowship Project Men leader Simon Shaw says: “We’re really excited to be working with our new Brand Partners. This will bring even more opportunities for the team members. Our calendar of events and education continue to raise the standards of barbering and men’s hairdressing. It brings together some of the best names in the industry to mentor the next generation.
“Wahl is excited to be the Electrical Partner for Project Men,” continues Simon. “It’s a great opportunity to show the next generation what we can offer, and allows us to do more project days and offer amazing education to inspire the future generation of men’s hairdressers and barbers.”
Captain Fawcett Founder Richie Finney, comments: “Captain Fawcett is so happy to supply the wet products for the Project Men programme. This opportunity is hugely exciting for ambassadors and brand partners alike. The Captain looks forward to welcoming the Project Men Crew to Fawcett HQ.”
Matakki Scissors Director James Curd says: “We are happy to collaborate with Project Men and the Fellowship for British Hairdressing. In the short space we’ve been working with this Project we have been blown away by the talent we have witnessed. Also, and the level of the work by the team under Simon’s guidance is incredible. The opportunities for the delegates on this course are unreal. It’s great to be part of that in providing our scissors.”
Director Emma Curd added: “We were incredibly happy to work alongside Simon Shaw and some other fantastic leading brands in the industry. Coming from a regulated professional background, I personally believe that excellent training, standards and continued professional development, is essential to any industry. We have always worked to provide opportunities for our ambassadors and working partners to meet those standards and share their knowledge.”