Customisable software Vagaro set to launch into UK at PB London
Vagaro products and services are designed to take the guesswork out of backend operations and give each business — no matter the size — the opportunity to thrive.
The US-based software company is now set to shake up the UK market.
“130,000 professionals can’t be wrong — it appears as though we’ve created a game changer in the beauty industry,” says Vagaro’s VP of marketing Charity Hudnall
“Allow me to explain: we’re Vagaro, a company that is dedicated to disrupting the way people have been forced to do business in the past.”
Vagaro specialises in the beauty and aesthetics industries, providing user-friendly software for all booking and management needs. In short, Vagaro is designed to give back an independent professional’s most valuable resource: their time. “Owning a business is an everchanging thing. We understand that, which is why it was imperative to create software that scales with your growth,” adds Hudnall.
“Our format is simple: Choose the features you need, and only pay for what you use. After all, it’s your business, and you probably know best.
“We found that our clients appreciated this freedom to customise their digital assistance software according to their individual needs, and it addressed the flexibility issue that so many professionals were facing with other software.” From automated booking and seamless inventory management to custom marketing and streamlined paperwork, Vagaro offers beauty professionals the integral tools they need to manage their day-to-day.
And, behind every useful product is the team that made it happen. “At Vagaro, we strive for an environment fuelled by growth, diversity and our personal best,” explains Hudnall. “It started as a thought, fuelled by the realisation of a need within the industry, and it’s helped thousands of people since then. We love what we do, and we think you should too.” Visit Vagaro on stand K10 at Professional Beauty London to meet some of the team and get the chance to win cash prizes.
This is a sponsored post in association with Vagaro.