Prime barber store comes out wanting good
Managing director, Khushwant Dhanoa, and his “5 grasp barbers” from Truefitt & Hill gained Excellent Hairdresser/Barber award on the 2022 Canberra Native Enterprise Awards.
LUXURIOUS barber store Truefitt & Hill has been honoured once more at Canberra Area Native Enterprise Awards, taking out the title of Excellent Hairdresser/Barber for 2022.
Managing director Khushwant Dhanoa says this win marks three awards in three years for the staff, with Khushwant grateful to have been awarded Enterprise Individual of the Yr for 2021 and the enterprise was additionally awarded Excellent Hairdresser/Barber in 2020.
Khushwant says that the awards have solely been made attainable by the help of his spouse and enterprise associate, Norma, and the arduous work of their staff.
“We now have 5 grasp barbers, who present all our companies which incorporates haircuts, shaving and grooming,” says Khushwant.
“We satisfaction ourselves on making a particular setting for our clients by giving males a complicated in addition to sensible expertise.”
Now a world franchise, the unique Truefitt & Hill in London is the world’s oldest barber store, which has operated since 1805.
Khushwant says he introduced Truefitt & Hill to Canberra after being an everyday along with his son at their native Truefitt & Hill barber store after they lived in Malaysia.
“After I discovered there wasn’t a Truefitt & Hill in Australia at the moment, I acquired in contact with London and the remainder is historical past,” he says.
“We’re enthusiastic about bringing a private service in a non-public area for males to chill, calm down and neglect their troubles.”
Truefitt & Hill, 4b/21 Genge Road, Canberra. Go to truefittandhill.com.au or name 0488 688747.
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Ian Meikle, editor