Image Studios 360 is the Most Exciting Studio Salon Concept in the Country.
In 2009, Jason Olsen saw potential to disrupt the traditional salon industry with a new and innovative business model that would change the way established salon professionals owned and operated their businesses.
After many late night meetings, phone calls, road trips across the country (and sketches on who knows how many napkins), Image Studios 360 was born. He teamed up with his brother Shaun, and engaged the help of industry pro Megan Oviatt to help create the first Image Studios 360 located in Draper, Utah.
As Image Studios 360 continued to develop and grow, we quickly identified our core values of creativity, freedom, and success. There is an entire universe filled with values, but these core values truly embody everything we do at Image Studios 360.
They guide our company and define our culture, they help explain why we do business the way we do, they guide us in making decisions, and they articulate what we stand for. These core values resonate with each person who is part of the Image Studios 360 family, which is why we find such a close connection with each of our salon professionals.
Why Our Franchise?
Stress-Free Business Model: Image Studios 360 has developed and engineered a successful system that empowers franchisees to control and operate their business while allowing them flexibility to focus on their goals and the things that are important to them. Leave the details to us.
Site Selection & Demographic Analysis: A successful Image Studios 360 salon starts with having a great site. We put our years of experience to work in helping you find the ideal location. Our in-depth analysis of your local area & demographics, along with a complete financial analysis of your site before you sign a lease is a must.
Beautifully Designed Studios: We are so proud of the recognition we've received by several organizations for our fresh and unique design along with our powerful and effective marketing. It is a breath of fresh air compared to so many other salon studio concepts. Isn't it time that a space for creatives was finally designed like one?