We tap and swipe to get things done. There’s an app for everything, so we don’t have to do anything. We outsource chores so we can enjoy life.
But then there’s that pile of dirty laundry. It’s relentless. Hours each week. There doesn’t seem to be a way out. There’s been no time-saving innovations since the washer/dryer in the 1950s.
SudShare is like UBER-for-laundry, transforming the chore with a nationwide app-based laundry service. Just tap and it’s done (wash, dry, fold, pickup & delivery).
Some people need more time. But others need work. SudShare is a work-from-home gig with a flexible work schedule, perfect for stay-at-home moms.
Mort is a serial entrepreneur who started his first business at 18 years old. He has a private equity portfolio that consists of SudShare, 2 other businesses, and real estate holdings. He graduated from the Wharton School of Business, and, during a short time when he thought he might be a corporate guy, worked on Wall Street for Bankers Trust Company. Mort is also an author, creator of the first online relationship renewal system (2004), and the subject of Back from the Brink, a documentary written and directed by Toroes Thomas. Now a grandfather, success for Mort means making a difference. And SudShare makes a difference by allowing customers to enjoy life and Sudsters (washers) to have their own work-from-home business. Mort loves working with his family to revolutionize the laundry business.
We call SudShare launderers—Sudsters, and they’re the thousands of caring people nationwide tending to the details of customer’s laundry. In many cases, Sudsters were left out of the workforce before SudShare. Needing to work from home, they weren’t a good fit for other gigs like Lyft or Instacart. Other remote jobs were out of reach in many cases. Susana in Arlington and William in Las Vegas struggled for years leaving jobs that weren’t right and not earning enough money. But SudShare offered a new kind of work-from-home opportunity. Susana, William, and thousands of Sudsters nationwide sanitize their laundry room and use their washer/dryer to provide a laundry service. People say it’s unskilled labor. In truth, it takes skill to care. Sudsters fold meticulously (even while watching TV), include hand-written notes, seal delivery bags with beautiful ribbon, message with friendly updates, and take pride in delighting customers. But what we’re most proud of, by far, is the thousands of dollars our Sudsters have found in jean pockets and returned with notes in a Ziploc bag.