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About Hermo

Hermo is a Malaysian cosmetics and skincare e-commerce platform.

Hermo Headquarter Location

145A, Jalan Seri Impian 1 Taman Impian Emas, Skudai

Johor, 81300,


+607-5622 353

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Expert Collections containing Hermo

Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.

Hermo is included in 3 Expert Collections, including Direct-To-Consumer Brands (Non-Food).


Direct-To-Consumer Brands (Non-Food)

1,192 items

Startups selling their own branded products directly to consumers through owned e-commerce channels, rather than relying on department stores or big online marketplaces.



9,589 items


Beauty & Personal Care

1,918 items

Startups in the beauty & personal care space, including cosmetics brands, shaving startups, on-demand beauty services, salon management platforms, and more.

Hermo Patents

Hermo has filed 2 patents.

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Medical treatments, Emergency medical equipment, Health informatics, Medical equipment, Molecular biology


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Related Topics

Medical treatments, Emergency medical equipment, Health informatics, Medical equipment, Molecular biology



Latest Hermo News

‘Secret piety’: new show reveals Andy Warhol’s Catholic roots

Oct 23, 2021

Known for his wild parties and proud queerness, he went to church, met the pope and prayed daily with his mother ‘Warhol both flaunted and obscured his religion and his sexuality,’ said the organiser of Andy Warhol: Revelation. Photograph: Andrew Unangst/Alamy ‘Warhol both flaunted and obscured his religion and his sexuality,’ said the organiser of Andy Warhol: Revelation. Photograph: Andrew Unangst/Alamy Sat 23 Oct 2021 01.00 EDT He is celebrated for his Marilyn Monroe and Campbell’s Soup prints, legendary parties, proud queerness and worship of celebrity. But Andy Warhol was raised by a devout Catholic mother with whom he prayed daily throughout the two decades in which they shared a New York home. The wild prince of pop art went to church, met the pope and financed his nephew’s studies to become a priest. “Warhol both flaunted and obscured his religion and his sexuality,” said Carmen Hermo, the organiser of Andy Warhol: Revelation , opening at the Brooklyn Museum next month. The exhibition’s focus on Warhol’s faith in relation to his art “provides an opportunity to unpack the poignant and very human contradictions that functioned as one of the drivers of his art production”. Warhol, born into a working-class immigrant family, attended St John Chrysostom Byzantine Catholic church in Pittsburgh throughout his childhood. “He often went to four lengthy services over a weekend, and spent a lot of time staring at religious icons. They were a progenitor of his hundreds of images of Marilyn Monroe, dozens of Jackie O, the icons of American culture and celebrity,” said Hermo. In New York , Warhol quickly became a cult figure on the exploding pop art scene and avidly chronicled his own life through audio, photography and video decades before social media was invented. “By 1968, he was the Warhol that many people today know and love, at the centre of an incredible scene of rock’n’roll, drug-using misfits, and with an ‘everybody is welcome’ approach to art world socialisation,” said Hermo. The anchor of his life was his mother, Julia – also an artist, devoutly religious and a powerful influence – to whom he returned after wild parties at his silver-painted studio, the Factory. Her drawings of angels are included in the exhibition. In 1968, Warhol had a near-death experience when he was shot in his studio by Valerie Solanas. “For the rest of his life, he was affected physically, in pain, wearing medical corsets daily – but also spiritually, by many accounts,” said Hermo. The artist increased his visits to church, served meals to homeless people and met Pope John Paul II in 1980. In a eulogy after Warhol’s death in 1987, the art historian John Richardson said his spiritual side was the key to his psyche. “The knowledge of this secret piety inevitably changes our perception of an artist who fooled the world into believing that his only obsessions were money, fame, glamour,” he said.

  • Where is Hermo's headquarters?

    Hermo's headquarters is located at 145A, Jalan Seri Impian 1, Johor.

  • What is Hermo's latest funding round?

    Hermo's latest funding round is Corporate Majority.

  • How much did Hermo raise?

    Hermo raised a total of $2.1M.

  • Who are the investors of Hermo?

    Investors of Hermo include iStyle, Gobi Partners, Crystal Horse Investments and Tan Swee Yeong.

  • Who are Hermo's competitors?

    Competitors of Hermo include Lazada and 2 more.

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