Glamezy Launches Salon Search Functionality

We’ve all had this experience: you’ve recently moved to a new area to live or work, but are in desperate need of a manicure/wax/facial/all of the above! You’re not familiar with the local beauty businesses available, but want to ensure you connect with a salon that will really deliver. It can feel like a minefield attempting to source a spot. Enter Glamezy.

Australian-based salon software company Glamezy has recently launched a location-based salon search tool to the public. The search tool is accessible via the company’s website, and will soon launch via its own app.

Glamezy is set to launch its own salon location app

Glamezy is currently building their salon partner database, with hopes of securing a broad, Australia-wide network of partners in the near future. A number of Sydney-based salons have already signed up, with business expansion planned for Brisbane and Melbourne by 2023.

The platform was created to provide a quick, easy-to-navigate list of beauty services within close proximity of the user. The idea is to take the leg work out for the user of researching businesses within reach of their homes and workplaces. 

Glamezy also provides a booking management service to its salon partners.

The Glamezy portal is designed to manage a user’s salon bookings

Glamezy CEO and Co-Founder, Uchiraka Yatawara believes this search tool creates a seamless end-to-end experience, where partnering beauty businesses are able to generate new clients. “Glamezy is a necessary innovation after a tough two years throughout the cosmetic industry,” Uchiraka says. “It actively connects our partners to people searching for hair and beauty services in their area. Partners also benefit from payment security.”

Glamezy is currently offering a free trial to new salon partners before 30th June 2022. To sign up, visit the company’s website.

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