Tattoodo is a global community and booking platform, designed exclusively for tattoo enthusiasts and artists.
Tattoodo launches tattoo booking platform for individual artistsTattoo app Tattoodo today launched a platform that lets people book appointments for tattoos around the world. A Tattoodo pilot program had made booking appointments with a limited number of tattoo shops possible in the past, but today's launch means users can now make appointments with individual artists, a company spokesperson told VentureBeat in an email.
Tattoodo Launches Global Booking PlatformIf you want to book a hotel, the chances are you may go online to a site like Booking.com. If you want to get your hair colored, you probably ask a friend where they go. If you want a therapist, you might go to Treatwell.com.
How to find a tattoo artist while you travelSkip to Content Getting a tattoo while travelling may be on your bucket list, but finding the perfect artist on the road can be challenging. However, a new online booking platform, Tattoodo, is hoping to make it easier by connecting people around the world with tattoo shops.
A simple idea by a world famous tattoo artist could radically boost the $50bn industryTattooing has been around since the Neolithic times and is deeply ingrained and revered in a number of cultures across the world. However, it has only really been during the last 20 years where the subculture across the US and Europe has been experiencing a renaissance in perception and adoption of the body art.
Tattoodo wants to be the Booking.com of getting inkedLet's get something out of the way first. Tattoodo is an awful name for a business. Say it aloud: Tattoodo. Tat-doo-doo. Like poop. It has a poopy name. But, bowel-reminiscent moniker aside, the company is trying to do something interesting: become the prime online place for booking tattoos, both on a normal web browser and in-app.
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