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Lauren Salapatek | April 6, 2015 | 7:40 AM
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We live in an era of technology and instant access to the world at our fingertips. Time seems to move faster and people live busy lives. Businesses are incorporating mobile platforms in order to keep up with technology, capture, and engage consumers. So in a world where technology is a way of life, why is the hair & beauty industry so archaic?

It seems as though every other industry has adopted an online and mobile presence, except the hair & beauty industry. A vast number of salons and beauty professionals do not even have a website, Yelp profile, or any online presence. It is still rare for a salon or hair stylist to utilize a mobile platform for appointment bookings and communication with clients. It’s 2015 and people are still using paper appointment books.

So how does the hair & beauty industry take advantage of technology and grow their business?...With Booksy!

Booksy is an online and mobile app system that allows the professional to create a profile, where your clients can view availability and book an appointment directly from the app. Booksy automatically manages your schedule, places the appointment on your calendar, and sends reminder messages to your clients. Booksy allow you to manage staff hours, vacation time, and equipment resources. Booksy gives you an online presence by listing your profile on our Online Marketplace for clients to access via the web.

With Booksy, there is no need for your workday to be interrupted by phone calls or text messages; and you can throw your paper appointment book away. Booksy puts today’s mobile technology to work for you.

Booksy…Appointments Made Easy!

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