Barbering business in Ghana is a money making venture, depending on the location of the shop. Various barbering shops scattered across the country charges according to the location of the shop. The nature and sustainability of every barbering shop depends on the location of the shop. The location will determine how much one can charge a customer for barbering his or her hair. In the early 80’s, a group of young barbers came together to form an association of barbers called (GABBSO) Ghana. Association of Barbers and Barbering Saloon Owners to bring standard in the barbering proffession, the association has also joined a labour union called (ICU) Industrial and Commercial Works Union. Also under (N.V.T.I) national Vocation Training Institute which will organise exams for the barbers. Very soon you’ll have to obtain a licence to own a barber shop in Ghana…………..By Raphael Azikitry