These 5 Types of On-Demand Services Will Get Even Bigger in 2015
Ordering a hairstyling appointment, makeover, or even a massage might seem frivolous to most folks, but it’s quite a life-saver for those who use those services on a regular basis. Glamsquad lets customers order a visit from a beauty professional, Unwind Me and Zeel will bring a massage therapist to their door, and StyleSeat is like an OpenTable for booking all kinds of beauty services nearby. These services are already on the luxury end of things, so making them on-demand, sometimes for an extra fee, is really not a big deal. The woman paying $80 for a blowout probably won’t have a problem paying an extra fee to have it come to her. People spending money regularly on massages won’t mind adding a few bucks for a relaxation session in their living room. And as these professionals look to these marketplaces more and more to fill up their hours and broaden their clientele, these are sure to grow even more.