Lifestyle & Fun
Bringing manicures into the office
NEW YORK (WABC) -- Two Harvard business school grads are hoping to make the lives of working women a little easier and a little more beautiful.
They're offering an in-office service that women usually have to leave the office for - manicures.
The service is called Manicube created by Katina Mountanos and Elizabeth Whitman, who wanted to look professionally polished in the corporate world, but often found themselves scrambling for time.
Manicube takes that scramble out of the equation. Employers bring in Manicube for their workers once or twice a month. Employees sign up and pay online.
Quick dry drops and top coat are included, allowing people to get back to work ASAP.
Another plus - Manicube gives one dollar for every manicure to Kiva-- a non-profit offering micro-loans to women.
For more information, please visit Manicube.com.
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