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Glamazon raises $500,000 to expand on-demand beauty service in Australia

Glamazon, an Australia-based beauty booking service has raised $500,000 in seed funding.  The investment was made by undisclosed investors. Glamazon was founded in 2014 by Lauren Silvers as a premium beauty booking app that connects users to freelance stylists and salons that are in the area or willing to the travel to clients for their convenience. A similar business …

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