To have a list of the top 5 in-home haircut companies and descriptions of their competitive advantages or selling points.
Our initial research suggests that in-home haircuts is a small industry made up of largely locally-based or family businesses. While there were various reports and articles about in-shop companies providing at-home services during the pandemic, there were no publicly available industry reports that identified at-home specific companies with the largest revenue in this sector.
In addition, companies that do exist don't tend not to be publicly traded (eg Glamsquad, one of the biggest), making it difficult to compile a list of the top companies by revenue.
However, we have been able to compile a list based on reputation (media mentions) and other claims to fame, such as years in the industry, reviews, opening a new store, or reach.
Top In-home Barbers / Haircutting Companies
Glamsquad had a few media mentions (eg BeautyMatter and GCI Magazine) and describes itself as "the leading in-home styling service."
Get Klippers is an app-based mobile haircut company. Their app has over 1,000 installs from Google Play. Though the company is relatively small, it also new and unique and seems to be growing quickly.
Get Short provides in-home and in-office haircuts in various cities around the US.
TrymCuts supplies barbers to people's homes, hotels, or offices. They have a 4.7 star rating on Google Reviews.
Groomsmen is a mobile barbershop, with an on-site salon and spa as well. They service Cherokee, City of Atlanta, Clayton, Cobb, Dekalb, Douglas, Fayette, Fulton, Gwinnett, Henry, and Rockdale.
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