Beautifinda has launched to connect women and beauty through technology and convenience.
Beautifinda will enable people to discover beauty professionals close to them or who will come to them, view their work, read their reviews and make a connection. Beautifinda will help small businesses connect with new clients growing their business in the beauty industry.
Beautifinda’s platform at launch includes makeup, hair, tanning, nail and brow professionals. Beautifinda has launched with hand-picked beauty professionals in Melbourne, Sydney, Gold Coast and Brisbane with plans to expand to all other markets.
‘Beautifinda was born out of my wife’s frustration with being unable to find an available beauty professional for an event she was attending. Speaking to numerous beauty professionals, I realised there was a huge need to help them market their services and connect them with the thousands of online searches occurring each month. Beautifinda aims to bring these groups together in a unique online marketplace.
We are very excited to be launching with such great feedback from the market and looking forward to future releases including an app and online booking service.’ James McIntyre Co-founder.
Co-Founder James McIntyre is an online advertising executive formerly working with realestate.com.au, News Corp and Getty Images.
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