Polish-founded Booksy raises $13.2 million for its beauty services booking platform

Andrii Degeler

Andrii Degeler

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Polish-American beauty services booking startup Booksy has raised $13.2 million in a Series B funding round led by its existing investor, Piton Capital, with participation from OpenOcean and other investors. The fresh capital injection brings the total amount raised by the company to $21.4 million.

Booksy is a mobile-first platform for beauty professionals and salon owners, on which they can set up calendars and take bookings according to their availability. The app's features include “marketing automation, managing customer relationships, inventory management, point-of-sale, reports, and and the management of commission for employees,” Booksy stated in a press release.

The company launched in the US in 2017, and claims to have become the most popular solution not only there, but also in the UK, Brazil, South Africa, Spain, and other countries. Booksy, which attributes a large portion of its success to its development team in Poland, will use the funding to further work on the platform and expand its 200-strong team.

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