Los Angeles-based salon SaaS platform Mangomint closed $13 million in Series A funding led by OpenView Venture Partners and joined by startup300.
WHO: Mangomint was founded in 2017 by Daniel Lang, CEO, Dan Poineau, CTO, and Sandra Huber as a next-generation software to streamline the booking experience for the beauty industry, which includes everything from spas and massage parlors to piercing and tattoo studios. The cloud-based solution focuses on intelligent automation that help operators spend less time on manual tasks, reducing human error and cutting overhead.
WHY: Mangomint will be using funds from this Series A investment to scale up engineering and product development, in addition to building a GTM motion and community building.
IN THEIR OWN WORDS: OpenView Venture Partners shared in a releaase, "One of the many things that impressed us about Mangomint was their focus on the end user. We were shocked to learn that the average Mangomint user spends ~270 minutes per day using the software and despite this barely notices using Mangomint since it's an enabling part of their day-to-day activities. Much like the payment experience with Uber, the best experiences are the ones that happen so naturally you barely even notice them."
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