Fresha is the leading global beauty and wellness platform. Each month, tens of millions of appointments are discovered, booked and paid with partner salons, spas and barbershops on Fresha. Approximately 60,000 partner venues in over 120 countries use the platform to manage their operations with Fresha’s intuitive, full-spectrum, subscription-free business software.
Fresha transforms beauty and wellness business operations by enabling the acceptance of online appointment bookings, processing of card payments and managing customer records, along with automations for marketing, staffing, product inventory and accounting, all in one place.
“We believe the founders have built an excellent product and demonstrated impressive growth since inception with their unique business model,” explained Philippe Collombel, Co-Managing Partner of Partech.
Launched in 2015 originally under the name Shedul, the company rebranded to Fresha in 2020. For more information, visit www.fresha.com, download Fresha on the App Store and Google Play or follow Fresha on Facebook and Instagram.
About the founders/CEO:
William Zeqiri is the Founder and CEO of Fresha. Passionate serial entrepreneur, software engineer, product creator and angel investor with more than 15 years experience building and scaling global technology start-ups. Prior to Fresha, William acquired over 10 years of experience as senior management consultant and program manager in the healthcare industry, working with reputable health care institutions such as Cleveland Clinic and John Hopkins hospitals, and leading technology, operational, and financial management initiatives.
Nick Miller is the Co-Founder and Chief of Product at Fresha. With a background in design and technology, Nick leads Product Development at Fresha. Nick’s professional experience encapsulates design, branding, communications and project management. Prior to Fresha, he delivered public relations and brand consultancy services under an international private-public partnership for the New Zealand government. Additionally, Nick also founded and successfully exited an online gift-card startup in Auckland, New Zealand.