Laseraid moves to new showroom & training centre

Laseraid UK CEO Tom Acland (left) with Commercial Director Jamel Hussain outside the new showroom, training academy and service centre in Borehamwood.

Aesthetic laser supplier, Laseraid, has announced the relocation of its business to Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, following a £250,000 investment in a showroom, training academy and service centre.

Laseraid was first established in Australia, followed by the launch of Laseraid UK under the leadership of CEO Tom Acland and a group of blue chip investors. Laseraid UK also acquired One Light Lasers.

The new 1,600 sq. ft. Laseraid headquarters is set to include up to 10 demonstrator devices from a range of manufacturers, suitable for a range in treatments including laser hair removal, tattoo removal, skin rejuvenation, fat freezing, body contouring and facial treatments. Beauty professionals and aesthetic practitioners will be welcome to visit the showroom to view and test the systems before investing in them for their businesses. 

Commenting, Tom Acland, CEO of Laseraid UK, says: 

“This investment is an important step in bringing the new services to market for the UK's clinics and aesthetic treatment industry. State-of-the-art, premium branded aesthetic laser equipment can be the single biggest investment a clinic owner makes when launching their business, and, until now, they haven't been able to get a range of equipment and services offered by one provider, including an all-inclusive subscription model or sales options, as well as training and dependable servicing. This is exactly what we are aiming to deliver at the new showroom, training facility and service centre.”