Squire, a company that launched last week at Y Combinator’s Summer ’16 Demo Day, makes software for barbershops. Not salons or beauty parlors or wherever else you get your hair cut… just barbershops. So what makes a barbershop so unique that it warrants its own software platform? A few things. First, most customers book a barbershop appointment the day of service, not weeks in advance like at a salon. Plus, a lot of barbershops rent their seats to a barber who is an independent contractor — this makes the back-end organization a little different than a typical salon. Plus, the industry isn’t exactly niche. The entire men’s grooming industry will bring in more than $20 billion this year, and barbershops worldwide are obviously a huge part of that. So to support these unique use cases and try to grab a piece of that $20 billion total customer spend, Squire built a... Read More
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