We are thrilled to bring you our first video testimonial from the fiercely talented Chief Barber of 5:46 Barber House in Upland, CA. Rolando (AKA Chief Barber) has been amazing to work with in creating this piece and we’re very excited to see what he does in the future (and how we can help). Rolando is coming up on his 5th year of barbering and thanks Genbook’s team and platform for the tremendous growth he has had since he started using Genbook.

Like many others, Rolando started as a booth renter at a shop and was having a hard time organizing himself and his appointments. “Once I began using the app I saw a huge jump in how serious current and new clientele were taking my profession.” It helped him double, even triple, his business in a year! With all that new business, and access to analytics, it gave him the confidence to take a risk and open up his own barbershop that is appointment based only.

“I now have the whole team using the app and business is steadily growing daily.”

Special shoutouts to those who helped create this amazing video.

Filmed: @elevatedmediagroup

Edited: @thelocalgiantscompany

Music: https://m.soundcloud.com/aka-dj-quads

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