Kuwait-based tech startup JustClean has accomplished a rather impressive feat by establishing itself as a positively disruptive force in the Gulf region’s laundry business. And the company’s growing clout on that front was recognized by the prestigious Arabian Business Awards 2019 earlier this week.
The award ceremony, held at the Waldorf Astoria Palm Jumeirah Duba in Dubai, honored JustClean “as a home-grown brand achieving great success in a short time,” the startup said in a media brief.
The award was received by JustClean co-founders Athbi and Nouri Al-Enezi. Both co-founders were given the title of “Future Stars,” which distinguishes emerging entrepreneurs as “the bright achievers of tomorrow.”
The award ceremony was hosted by the famed Andrew Neil of BBC and it honored businesses from across the Arab world for their outstanding achievements in their respective domains.
JustClean’s unique app-based solution offers customers convenient access to thousands of laundry services around them. It is consistently expanding its logistics network while simultaneously offering a SaaS (software-as-a-service) platform.
“This is a proud moment for JustClean because the award recognizes what we have achieved as a team,” said Athbi Al-Enezi, further adding: “Sometimes I have to pinch myself when I think of everything we have managed to do since we started the business three years ago. That makes this recognition so rewarding, and the future so exciting.”