As a befitting commentary on the growing haircare market in India, Advanced Hair Studio recently celebrated 10 years of being a pioneer in the field.
Advanced Hair Studio (AHS) is today recognized as a company synonymous with hair replacement and hair retention. But when it came to India 10 years ago, it was a trailblazer in this industry. AHS is a 45-year-old and a 2.4-billion-dollar company in the US.
With its quality services and products, AHS has helped its customers overcome the concerns of hair thinning and hair loss. Its 10th anniversary celebrations were attended by Sanket Shah, CEO & MD, Middle East & India Sub-Continent along with the ambassador and veteran cricketer, Shane Warne.
In its decade-long existence, AHS has played a vital role in promoting hair growth and retention and building a clientele for haircare in India. It is known for its international standards and thorough expertise on the subject of hair.
Regarding the 10-year milestone, Sanket said, “Reflecting on the past 10 years of operation, it’s motivating to see how much Advanced Hair Studio’s services and products have grown. We’ve truly built a global company that is proud of changing lives by providing superior hair loss solutions and products in India. This past decade has allowed us not only to transforms the lives of many Indians but also uplifts their confidence.”
Shane Warne shared his experience: “Having been associated with Advanced Hair Studio for quite a few years now, I am delighted to be a part of their 10-year milestone celebration in India. They have always addressed individual customer needs and come up with exceptional and path taking concepts in the hair care industry. I wish Advanced Hair Studio success in all their future endeavours.”
AHS has 9 studios across India. Apart from Warne, AHS has more than 200 Brand Ambassadors including popular cricketers like Gautam Gambhir, Sourav Ganguly from India, Greg Matthews from Australia, Jacques Kallis from South Africa, Ravi Bopara, Graham Gooch and Darren Gough from England and many more.