Leeds Barbershop Announces First-Of-Its-Kind Profit Share Opportunity for Local Talent

The Tonsorium Profit Share

The Tonsorium, one of Leeds’s top modern barbershops, is buzzing with exciting news for talented barbers. For the first time in Leeds, a barbershop is offering its barbers a real chance to share ownership. It’s not just about getting a paycheque; it’s about truly being part of the business’s heart and soul.

Back in 2020, when challenges were many due to Covid-19, The Tonsorium stepped onto the Leeds scene. Located in Cross Gates, it quickly carved a name for itself, becoming a go-to place for stylish trims and friendly vibes. Today, with the introduction of the profit share scheme, The Tonsorium is going a step further, helping barbers not only earn but also feel like they’re co-owners.

Many barbers dream of one day running their own shop, being their own boss. While that dream might seem distant for some, The Tonsorium is offering the next best thing. By joining the team, barbers won’t just be another employee. They’ll be entering a family – a group of people all deeply invested in making sure the business thrives. And when the business does well, everyone benefits through the profit share, making that dream of significant earnings a reality.

Reece Clough, Founder of The Tonsorium, mentioned: “Our barbers are what make us stand out. Sharing ownership with them is our way of saying they’re not just employees; they’re integral to our success. We grow together, we succeed together.”

There’s limited space for this unique opportunity as spots are expected to be snapped up fast.

Joining this profit share isn’t just about the money. It’s about being part of a supportive community, having access to top-notch tools, and serving customers who genuinely appreciate the craft. Plus, at The Tonsorium, you’ll never stop learning, with regular training and mentorship sessions to hone your skills.

For further information, you can catch The Tonsorium on Instagram @the_tonsorium_. Or drop an email to: leedstonsorium@gmail.com

Feature image credit: @visualsbymatty

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