When Obi Omile moved to North Carolina after college he had a hell of a time finding a barber he trusted. He also knew that, once he found a barber, there wouldn't really be a good way for him to schedule appointments around his busy schedule working at a startup.
There's got to be a better way, he thought.
So Omile built TheCut - a "mobile app connecting barbers and clients."
The barbershop industry, as Omile tells it, is quite antiquated. Barbers generally don't use much tech - their clients just come by the shop and get the cut or shave when the barber has time.
But this introduces...
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