Glambook’s bank balance adjustment as it aims to be the Airbnb for beauty professionals.

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In the beauty world, independent professionals often rent a chair from a salon. Glambook believes the market is ripe for some sort of technological breakthrough, not unlike renting a chair in someone’s car (Uber), a desk in someone’s office (WeWork), or a room with a view in someone’s home (Airbnb). The company raised $2.5 million at a $12 million valuation.

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The new investment will be used to expand the company’s existing customer base and support its nascent infrastructure. For starters, the company is opening beauty co-working spaces across London and eyeing international expansion. In addition to its own real estate, the company already hosts 20,000 freelancers in 50 European cities for meetings at home, in the office or in the salon.

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“A new generation of consumers see beauty brands as objects they can access through multiple intersections, including physical and digital. They expect the same quality of service in the store, on the website and in social networks, so Glambook becomes a bridge between beauty makers and customers,” says Alexey Tomchenko, CEO of Glambook.

Glambook is headquartered in Berlin, Germany.

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