Pioneers of Eco-Friendly Laundry
Inspiration hit Phillipe Christodoulou outside an Argentine laundry: A customer was raging about missing items, the place reeked of industrial detergents, and rattletrap machines often ruined clothes. The Australia-born 35-year-old, who had quit his headhunter job for a London investment bank and moved to Buenos Aires, knew he could do better. “I took my bag of barely cleaned clothes home, threw them on the floor, and wrote ‘The Laundry Company’ on a piece of paper,” he says. “The rest flowed from there.”
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