Washington, D.C, District of Columbia Mar 2, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – theCut is excited to announce the launch of Open Booths, the first-of-its-kind job board for the barbering industry. Open Booths will connect shop owners with prospective barbers in a simple and transparent way. Open Booths was designed to provide barbershop owners with direct access to theCut’s network of talented barbers and to give those barbers the ability to discover opportunities that match their skills and experience.
“We saw a need in the barbering industry for a dedicated job board that made it easy for barbers to find new places to cut hair,” said Obi Omile Jr, “With Open Booths, we’re increasing mobility for barbers and empowering the barber shop owner. Barbers can discover vacant booths for rent in their area and around the country. In return, shop owners get resume-like information about prospective barbers to help them in the selection process.”
Open Booths has two-sided functionality. It features a user-friendly interface that allows barbers to search and apply for open booths by location. For shop owners, Open Booths allows them to post booth listings. Coming soon, shop owners will have the ability to search for candidates.
theCut is committed to helping the barbering industry thrive by empowering barbers and shop owners with the tools and resources to reach their goals and live out their dreams. “We believe that Open Booths will revolutionize the way barbers find job opportunities and the way shop owners find the talent they need,” said Obi.
Visit Open Booths to start your job search or post your open booth listing today.
Launched in February 2016 by Obi Omile Jr and Kush Patel, theCut is the leading booking platform for barbers. To date, theCut has attracted 4.5M+ users and 150,000+ barbers to the platform. Together, they’ve booked 55M+ appointments since launching and currently book 1.6M+ bookings each month. The app is available for both iOS and Android.
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