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Shear Success: How Harry’s Grooms Partnerships for 75%+ Revenue Growth [Video]

Harry’s Shave Club prioritises partnerships as essential sales channels, leveraging’s technology to track performance and optimise relationships with dynamic commission events based on transaction-driven value.

75%+ Revenue Growth
Jaime Singson
Jaime Singson
Senior Director of Product and Content Marketing Manager
Read time: 1 mins

Men’s grooming trailblazer Harry’s Shave Club is all-in when it comes to partnerships, so they treat their partnership programs like any other vital sales channel—and that means measurement, measurement, and more measurement.
We sat down with David Bakey, VP of Harry’s Direct-to-Consumer business, to hear how’s technology fits into their partnership program and has helped them achieve incredible YoY revenue growth. Hear how Harry’s relies on partnerships to engage upper-funnel consumers and relies on to assess the bottom-line results.

A cut above the rest: Better measurement. Better results. Better partnerships. 

Is a partner relationship bringing in paying customers? Do those customers buy once or become loyalists? With, Harry’s can track which partnerships are delivering the most LTV and invest accordingly. What’s more, the platform helps them cultivate the partnerships they really want, customize win-win terms, and create incentivized payment structures to optimize every relationship. 

“It’s important to us to pay partners based on the value of customers that they’re driving,” says Bakey. “With, we can use a dynamic of chained commission events to pay people a certain amount based on the number of transactions that they drive for us versus paying everybody a lump sum for only the very first transaction.”

Watch the video below or here to learn why Harry’s partnership programs are so successful.

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