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Kaye Sotomi

A game changing entrepreneur and pioneer in profitable change, Kaye Sotomi is the founder and Director of Chop Chop, the ‘no gender, no texture, just hair’ salon group whose sustainable, gender neutral and texture inclusive offering are disrupting the hairdressing industry as we know it. With a proven track record of evolving business models in various industries, Kaye is a force to be reckoned with, fighting gender disparity and racial bias in high street salons whilst also tackling environmental issues by breaking preconceived standards in the operations and design of salons. A celebrated keynote speaker/guest speaker, powerful podcast guest and educational enthusiast, Kaye is available for comment or speaker opportunities.

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