Soothe is a massage-on-demand company. The company delivers massages to your doorstep in as little as an hour. Booking is easy with their web and mobile app. Soothe allows you to book a variety of massage types in a variety of configurations straight to your home starting at $99.
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Forbes - Jan 28, 2019
Massage-on-demand company, Soothe, raises $31 million
TechCrunch - May 2, 2018
L.A. Massage Startup Soothe Lands More Funding, New CEO
May 2, 2018
Leading On-Demand Massage Service, Soothe Acquires Massage Startup, Melt
Feb 5, 2018
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New York Times - Jan 31, 2018
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ABC News - May 13, 2017
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VacnouverScape - Apr 28, 2017
This startup wants to give you a 15-minute massage at work, and it's already signed up Facebook and Microsoft
Business Insider - Jul 22, 2016
More pressure: Zeel joins Soothe to compete for Austin's on-demand massage market
Apr 6, 2016
On-demand massage startup Soothe raises $35 million
TechCrunch - Mar 9, 2016
Uber For Massage Startup Soothe Raises $1.7 Million To Deliver Massage Therapists To Your Door
TechCrunch - Feb 11, 2015
Urban Massage Lands On iOS As Same-Hour Massage Booking Becomes A Thing — Apparently | TechCrunch
TechCrunch - Oct 6, 2014
- Merlin Kauffman, Founder & Chief Executive Officer
- Chris To, Chief Technology Officer
- Jason Shafton, Chief Marketing Officer
- Shaun Divecha, Product Manager
- Alicia Rogan-Hanson, Licensed Massage Therapist
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