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Soothe CEO on Restoring Consumer Trust
May 2, 2018
Massage on demand app Soothe recently raised $31 million in funding. First on Cheddar, the company's new CEO Simon Hayrick explains how Soothe is using this investment to reinforce processes to gain consumer trust.
Sotheby's Holds Record Breaking Virtual Auction Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Sep 22, 2017
How "Soothe" Is Bringing Pampering Straight to Your Door
Soothe, an on-demand massage app, is expanding nationwide. Chief Technology Officer Chris To says Soothe is solving an out-of-date cost structure problem facing brick-and-mortar spas. Over the past three months, the company has launched services in new cities in Florida and California, bringing the app to more than 50 major cities across the U.S., UK, Canada, and Australia. Chris says Soothe is deliberately staying away from membership model and argues people are willing to pay more if it means a masseuse can arrive within two hours to fulfill a service request.
Aug 7, 2019
On Demand Massage Provider Zeel Seeing 60% Growth Year-Over-Year
Zeel is an on demand massage provider with over 11,000 licensed massage therapists across the country. The company's business is booming, reporting 60% growth year-over-year, nationally. We spoke to Samer Hamadeh, the Founder and CEO of Zeel about demand for this on-demand service.
May 3, 2018
CEO Says Soothe Has 'Zero Tolerance Policy' for Harassment
Soothe's new CEO Simon Heyrick says the company is working on new tools to increase its clients' safety after an assault accusation by a Kentucky woman. The massage on-demand app recently raised $31 million in a new round of funding.