Shortcut App Lets Shaggy Users Book a Better Barber, Says Co-Founder
Inspired by Uber’s business model, on-demand barber startup Shortcut is challenging the traditional retail model of getting a haircut.
“What’s baffling about other gig economy companies is there’s no relationship built into the product,” Newton told Cheddar.
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Shortcut founder Will Newton discusses his app allowing customers to order a barber to their houses and his company’s business model.
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“We respect the culture and tradition of barbershops,” Newton stated. “We understand what they mean to people and their communities, so we don’t want to eliminate the industry — we want to make it easier for barbers to do what they love and earn what they want doing it.”
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Shortcut Is The On-Demand Barber Service You Never Knew You Wanted
Rather than try and score a last-minute appointment with your barber across town or buy a shitty razor at CVS, why not have a professional come to you? That’s the idea behind Shortcut, an app that delivers an on-demand barber to your apartment, office, or hotel whenever you need one.
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Shortcut will bring the barber shop to dad wherever he is, whether at work, at home or on the ball field with the kids. Just download the app, book a haircut and a barber will come to you 8am – midnight every day.