Laundry Startup Takes Dubai For Whirl: Why Washmen Might Win Where Others Folded

I asked Washmen, one of the leading startups in Flat6Labs, what makes them different when I visited a few weeks ago. For one thing, the startup, which works in Dubai, is already profitable on an operating basis, said co-founder and COO Jad Halaoui. It only has four employees, has 1,400 monthly users, and charges $2.25 per item, about a third, he said, what the highest-priced laundry services charge.

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