Start a hair extensions business

Hair newbie to hair mogul

Your step-by-step playbook to start a profitable hair extensions business.

Next enrollment starts Monday, 5 August 2019.

"Think of this course like a boot camp. Give me blood, sweat and smarts for three months and I'll give you your first sale. Guaranteed. Or a full refund."
– Janice Wilson, Founder and CEO of Arjuni

Lessons from the Trenches

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The hair extensions game isn't for the faint-hearted. But with grit, smarts and creativity, you can absolutely make a good chunk of change --- if you avoid the pitfalls.

That's where I come in. I spent 8 years in Southeast Asia and was the first to manufacture and export hair extensions from Cambodia. Starting from scratch, I developed a brand that earned over $1 million a year. And I did it ethically. Arjuni was a named Asia's top social enterprise two years running.

Together, we'll go on a three month journey, during which I'll invite you to learn from my mistakes and leverage my successes. I'll give you the playbook I wish I had. Step by step. By the end of our journey, you'll have not only built the foundations of a rock, solid hair extensions business, but have captured your first sale.

What will the course cover?

If you're seeking a workshop to spend weeks and weeks developing a business plan that will likely never see the light of day, this isn't the course for you.

If you're seeking a collaborative program that gets you into the trenches on day one ,you've found your home.

Topics include:

  • How to find customers and when you do, keep 'em
  • Hair supplier booby traps and how to avoid 'em
  • The perils, and legalities, of import and export
  • The importance of unique brand building and how to find your own flavor
  • Sales funnels that keep on giving

How much will this cost me?

$699. Hefty. But an amount that's easily covered by the first month of sales. If you know what you're doing.

What do I get out of it?

If you know anything about Arjuni, you know I don't do anything half ass. And I always lean exclusive. Each cohort is limited to 12 participants to ensure I can give each the individual support.

  • 12 audio sessions. Working a second, or third job? Have kids? Or going to school? All the modules are portable and are digestable on the go.
  • 12 assignments. Any successful business requires an investment that can at first seem daunting. But I give you weekly bite-size, but substantive, tasks to keep you on track.
  • 12 live sessions for special topics. Each hair mogul in the making is encouraged to choose the Deep Dive of the Week, a live session to which all the participants are invited.
  • Templates galore. Everything from hair supplier checklists to starter accounting worksheets.
  • Private Slack channel. Solely for you and your motivated, invested cohort to collaborate, seek feedback and share hard fails as well as the earned triumphs.

Is this course for me?

Yes, if you've wanted to start your own hair extensions business for ages, but have no clue where to start.

Yes, if you've started your own hair extensions business but don't know how to growth hack it.

Yes, if you were swindled by a hair supplier and nervous about getting back into the game.

Yes, if you're seeking structure and accountability.

Yes, if you're not afraid to dig in and get your hands dirty.

Yes, if you're ready to stop dreaming of being an independent business owner, and start walking those dreams.

Who the hell is Janice?

Janice, founder of Arjuni

About Janice Wilson, JD + SDE:

Janice dropped out of law school to tour as a professional dancer with Wynton Marsalis and Michael Bublé. After dancing internationally for six years, she managed to sneak back into Columbia; graduate; then practice real estate law, focusing upon mixed-use urban development. After a few years, Janice was recruited to lead a development project in Cambodia. For her contributions, she was awarded a grant having nothing to do with real estate, but to instead manufacture a new export.

Janice pioneered hair sourcing and production in Cambodia, while providing employment for women at-risk. Being the first American to have established primary operations in the country from which human hair is sourced, she gained a unique and powerful expertise in the collection and production of human hair products. Further, due to her creative branding strategies and offerings, Arjuni become a trendsetter in the hair supply industry. The social enterprise was deemed Asia’s best in 2014 and featured in the New York Times, Huffington Post, Essence and BBC. Having built the first successful e-commerce website in Cambodia and raise three rounds of funding, Janice served as an advisor to the Cambodian Minister of Commerce for two years.

Check out more about her origin story in Huffpost.

How to Enroll?


Drop me your name, email and a quick note about where you are in your entrepreneurial journey as well as what you hope to gain from the course.

Next enrollment starts Monday, 5 August 2019.

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