Keturah is tops
THE day spa that Kim and Jemma Stergiou have spent 23 years building was recently named Australian Beauty Salon/Spa of the Year by industry leaders.
But there’s more to come for Keturah Day Spa, say the Claremont couple.
“We’re very excited about our next step because Keturah changed the market 23 years ago,” Kim said.
“It was the first day spa in Australia but what we’re doing next is really big.”
The Stergious would not reveal too many details of the new venture, except that it will open in 2019, but they hinted that make-up, fashion and fitness – passions they share with their children Jake (19) and Claudia (17) – will be part of it.
What is known is that it will add to the Keturah portfolio that already includes Carine, Fremantle, Highgate and Nedlands.
Kim was working in beer and wine sales and Jemma in corporate administration when the couple bought land in Carine that housed a spa called Breathe in 2004.
When they opened Fremantle and Highgate two years later, they changed the name to Keturah Day Spa.
Jemma is passionate about “making people feel amazing”.
Kim is proud of their commitment to “over investing” that he credits to the brand’s success.
2017 awards: Australian Beauty Industry Awards: WA/NT Beauty Salon/Spa of the Year, Australia’s Best Salon Training, Australia’s Best Marketing.
Jemma and Kim Stergiou have just won a heap of awards for Keturah Day Spa. They’ve just passed their 20th year in business.