- What is the potential market size of FoldiMate and robotic laundry folders?
- Who are the customers that will likely purchase a FoldiMate?
- How do we deal with future competition?
Oak Park, CALIFORNIA – (2 July, 2019) – Today, FoldiMate, Inc., a California based robotics startup focused on changing the way people fold laundry, launched a fundraising round in partnership with SeedInvest. SeedInvest is a leading equity crowdfunding platform that vets start-ups and only accepts 1% of the applicants.
Equity crowdfunding enables FoldiMate’s fans and supporters worldwide, both accredited and non accredited investors, to participate in the startup’s future by becoming an investor and ambassador. “So many of our 350,000 registered fans have expressed interest in investing, we have decided to offer them, and others, an opportunity to invest in the company,” stated Gal Rozov, FoldiMate’s founder and CEO.
Continue reading “FoldiMate Launches Equity Crowdfunding So Anyone Can Invest in the Future of Automated Laundry “
FoldiMate, the inventor of the robotic laundry folder, is excited to announce that it has been selected as a 2019 TiE50 Winner in the prestigious TiE50 Awards Program. This awards competition, now in its tenth year, is a program of TiEcon, the world’s largest conference for tech entrepreneurs. FoldiMate was selected from over 3000 submissions and recognized for its robotic laundry folder that will easily and quickly fold your laundry into neat piles ready to put away. Continue reading “FoldiMate Named TiE50 Award Winner at TiEcon”
Are you ready to start spring cleaning your closets? Take a look through them and find all the items you haven’t worn in the last 12 months. Do you really need them? Will you really ever where them again? Chances are that in most cases the answer will be “no”, however, someone, somewhere, would probably really appreciate receiving them, so get ready for National Laundry Folding Day.
Now is the time to give them away to people in need.
National Laundry Folding Day #NLFD
On March 30th 2019 it’s National Laundry Folding Day and the week of April 1st 2019 is National Laundry Folding Week #NLFW. Join us in dedicating these days to organizing your closets and donating unwanted items to others in need. Just take all your unused and unwanted clothes to your local charity store, and they will make sure that they will reach their new home.
Share Your Efforts!
Share a photo of you arranging your closets and/or your bags of donations on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram ➡ add #NLFD #NLFW and convince your friends and family to do the same. They will not only have more space in their closets but they will be helping someone in need!
#NLFD #NLFW #NationalLaundryFoldingDay #NationalLaundryFoldingWeek
Looking forward to seeing your photos,
Yes, it’s that time of the year again and we’re back with our traditional, post-CES update, however, before we share our CES news we would just like to thank all those who participated in the research interviews we ran in L.A. after CES, and for bringing their own laundry to fold.
The updated, newly-designed prototype is simpler to use as it automatically adapts based on clothing items
If you’re anything like most of us, there are piles of laundry just waiting to be folded. Maybe you’re among the growing list of people who have resorted to the dig-through-the-pile approach when it comes to finding that special T-shirt.
FoldiMate Inc., the Inventors of the Robotic Laundry Folding Machine Will Reveal a Video of Their Latest Prototype and an Interactive Mockup at IFA 2018
Oak Park, CALIFORNIA – (September 6, 2018) – FoldiMate Inc. the creator of the robotic laundry folding machine for home and commercial use, is exhibiting its latest model at IFA, one of Europe’s largest trade shows for consumer electronics trade and home appliances. Attendees are welcome to visit FoldiMate’s booth #124 in Hall 26 between 31th August – 5th September 2018.
When it comes to shopping, it’s easy to get carried away – some clothes are so cheap these days, it almost seems to be too good to be true. And often, it is!
Fast-fashion is so called for a reason, and often, the clothes you see in high-street shops aren’t made to last a few months let alone years to come. Today Steph from Expert Home Tips is here to share her top tips on how to buy clothes that last the test of time to help you start getting more out of your wardrobe today!
Have you ever noticed the different kinds of mysterious symbols on the back of the tags of our clothes? Most of us usually ignore them. But, besides being artistic pictograms these care labels are actually guides that teach us about the recommended methods of cleaning, washing and ironing are for each clothing item that we have.