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Published March 25, 2018
Published March 25, 2018
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Leading on-demand massage brand and wellness app Urban Massage has acquired UK-based beauty booking platform Freauty.

WHO: Freauty is an on-demand beauty marketplace, providing hair and beauty treatments to your door. Via the Freauty service, UK residents can book a mobile beauty or hair professional for a wide selection of treatments. These range from massages, facials, and manicures and pedicures, to makeup, spray tans, and waxing.

Established in 2014, Urban Massage is today available in five cities across Europe: London, Paris, Vienna, Manchester, and Birmingham. The service allows users to book one of a menu of 11 massages, to be carried out in the comfort of their own homes.

WHY: The acquisition comes with the expansion of the corporate team, which will help support more businesses looking to offer well-being perks to their staff. Urban Massage is looking to broaden its offering considerably.

IN THIER OWN WORDS: In a statement, Urban Massage explained that the move to buy Freauty would help the company “cater to more businesses looking to offer wellbeing perks to their staff.” Jack Tang, chief executive of Urban Massage, said: “We’re always looking to work with like-minded brands to help people include wellness rituals like massage into their busy urban lifestyles. Freauty has already created great traction in the space and we’re excited to expand our corporate relationships with this acquisition.”

Kit Chong, chief executive of Freauty, said: “Over the past two years we have been leading some of our own acquisitions and growing our home and corporate client bases. I’m delighted to be on the other end of the acquisition and look forward to helping Urban Massage expand their global business.”


  • Details of the transaction were not disclosed.
  • The acquisition will see Urban Massage take on Freauty’s corporate clientele.

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