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November is officially here - crazy right? This year has totally flown by - not to mention all of the uncertainties and unexpected twists that 2020 has brought with it - but if there's one thing that's certain, it's the importance of talking about physical and mental health. Movember is an organisation committed to raising awareness surrounding men's health issues like prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and suicide - and even though November has already started, it's not too late to sign up! Whether you're growing a mo', 'moving' for November, hosting a 'mo-ment', or 'mo'ing' your own way and creating your own challenge, there are plenty of ways to get involved.

This November, The Barbiere Company is partnering with Movember to help support these conversations about men's physical and mental health, recognising that barbers can play a critical role in men's mental health specifically. The Barbiere Company imports and distributes professional barber brands, men’s grooming products, barber tools, sundries, and equipment, coming from a family of Australian hairdressers.

The Barbiere Company is committed to creating a new way to do this by helping barbers across Australia to facilitate conversations with their clients and fundraise to help support all the amazing work that Movember does. The 'Movember Conversations Real Barbers, Real Talk' is an online tool designed to educate and give practical guidance to barbers about how they can have helpful and meaningful conversations with their clients

in a safe and relevant space.

“We’re delighted to work with Movember on this exciting supportive online tool. At The Barbiere Company, we are committed to partnering with barbers to help support and foster their community’s well-being through the culture and craft of barbering,” says Paul Mansour, National Key Accounts Manager

So this November, Barbers across Australia can take part in the online “Movember Conversations Real

Barbers, Real Talk” and start having supportive practical conversations with their clients to help support their

mental health and well-being. That's a cause we can definitely get behind!


WORDS | Brittany Ross



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