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How Squire hit $15M Revenue with 2K customers in 2022.
Squire is a booking and payment platform that connects people with great barbers nationwide. Squire makes it easy to discover and book the best barbers wherever you are, in just a few taps.
Squire is also the premier management platform for barbershops. Using Squire, barbers are able to engage their customers, process bookings and payments and better market their business through Squire’s “barbershop discovery” capabilities. Fully integrated with a point of sale, inventory management and payroll systems, Squire is a one-stop solution for barbershop owners to efficiently operate their business.
With headquarters in New York and a presence in major cities in the United States and Canada, Squire has quickly become a market leader in technology solutions for the barbershop industry nationwide.
In 2022, Squire revenue run rate hit $15M in revenue.
Squire hit $15M in revenue in 2020
Squire launched in 2015 with $0 revenue
Squire Funding History
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2021 Series D
Squire raised a Series D of $60M at a $750M valuation in July 2021
2020 Series C
Squire raised a Series C of $45M at a $250M valuation in December 2020
2020 Series B
Squire raised a Series B of $27M at a $85M valuation in June 2020
2019 Series A
Squire raised a Series A of $8M
2017 Seed Round
Squire raised a Seed Round of $650K
2017 Seed Round
Squire raised a Seed Round of $4.3M
2016 Pre Seed Round
Squire raised a Pre Seed Round of $120K
Pre Seed Round
Squire has 150 total employees and 44 sales reps that carry a quota. They have 2000 customers an engineering team of 28
Total team size
Songe LaRon is the co-founder and CEO of Squire, a startup that is positively disrupting the male grooming industry by allowing people to book and pay for a haircut from their phones in a just few taps. LaRon had his first taste of entrepreneurship as a senior at UCLA when he launched a tutoring service for local high school students. Recognizing the demand for high quality tutors in the LA area, LaRon recruited fellow Bruins to provide a range of study support services in math, science, and SAT prep. After receiving his B.A. in philosophy, he went on to attend Yale Law School and practiced corporate law from 2010-2014. According to LaRon, UCLA's diversity of culture, ideas and people piqued his interests to pursue professional higher education in law and an eventual career in tech.