Mikey Forster

Between an endless wait list of customers and an ever-growing presence on the global fashion circuit, it seems like everyone wants a piece of Horse Meat Disco owner, Mikey Forster.

We spent a day with Mikey to find out how he balances it all, and see what tools he uses to make his life easier.

Sitting pretty in the inner-Brisbane suburb of Stones Corner, Horse Meat Disco is an unlikely mix of 70’s glam and industrial style, served up with a healthy dose of fun.

“When customers come to the disco, I want them to feel comfortable and relaxed.

Education is such an important focus for us.

I want every customer to know that they are being looked after by a bunch of professionals that will be able to give them the best experience possible.”

Find out more

My team at the salon are the ultimate odd bunch. Everyone looks different, does different work, they’re all individuals and that’s what I love about them.”

“I love tools like Cloud Reporting. If I’m not at the salon I can just log on from anywhere and see our sales for the day.”

“I like to start my day with yoga to prepare me for the high-energy environment at the salon.”