Timely provides business owners with life-changing technology and best-in-class service. Our mission is to help people save time, succeed and achieve their ideal blend of business and lifestyle.
Timely’s new chief people inclusion officer believes the creation of her role will send a strong message to businesses across New Zealand.
The global tech company has welcomed Mary Haddock-Staniland to the team as chief people inclusion officer to focus on driving workplace diversity and inclusion.
New Zealand’s first Chief People Inclusion Officer has been appointed by award winning hi-tech company Timely.
Mary Haddock-Staniland joins the global software company with a mandate to progress the business case for workplace inclusion, ensuring people have equal access to opportunities and resources. Timely’s data shows that providing a workplace where people are welcomed, supported, known, valued and trusted is what job seekers, employees and customers expect and deserve.
Award winning hi-tech company Timely says it has appointed New Zealand’s first chief people inclusion officer.
Mary Haddock-Staniland joins the global software company with a mandate to progress the business case for workplace inclusion, ensuring people have equal access to opportunities and resources. Timely’s data show that providing a workplace where people are welcomed, supported, known, valued, and trusted is what job seekers, employees, and customers expect and deserve.
Over the last 7 years Timely has worked hard to build an innovative beauty tech business that’s resilient and responsive to the markets we serve. This means we’re in a great position to respond positively to the Covid-19 pandemic; ensuring our customers have the support they need as we continue to deliver the features they need to get through such a challenging time.
Beauty businesses in the UK have fought hard to reopen, and with a long-awaited date for beauty salons and spas to reopen set for the 1st of August, appointment books were filled and cash was invested in personal protective equipment and inventory. With less than 24 hours notice, the UK Government then told these businesses to push back their reopening date for at least another two weeks, and we can’t underestimate the huge impact this will have on the industry.
A local startup’s Covid crunch story has had a happy ending, which its CEO revealed on Twitter today.
It’s what Timely chief executive Ryan Baker describes as a ‘‘tsunami of demand’’. As of last night, New Zealanders have booked more than 122,000 hair and beauty appointments for the week beginning tomorrow.
Timely, which makes a cloud-based appointment app used by hair and beauty salons, saw its clients book 800 appointments within minutes of the Prime Minister confirming you could get a haircut under level 2.
CEO Ryan Baker discusses the concept of “unwork”, and Timely’s ethos around employee productivity and time management.
Timely is stepping in to show their commitment to the industry, by helping salons deliver positive salon experiences, whether through offering important tech products, driving change in the industry or delivering education such as this. This education will empower creatives and professionals to interact with all clients and deliver an optimal experience.
Celebrity hair stylist and reality television star Tabatha Coffey has joined the board of Dunedin spa and salon software company Timely. Coffey is an Australian hair stylist, American salon owner and host of television series Tabatha Takes Over.
Appointment scheduling and business management software company Timely has been named 2017 Hi-Tech Emerging Company of the Year at the New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards.