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For decades Croats have been accustomed to do all housework chores themselves, but slowly this tradition is changing, and a pair of young Croatian entrepreneurs are capitalising. Matko Crnec and Luka Teuber, owners of mobile washing and ironing service company Veseraj, say business is booming as life in the city gets increasingly busier for Croats.
Crnec and Teuber started the washing and ironing service, which deliever free of charge, in 2009 and have recently had to expand operations to keep up with demands. The company, based in Croatia's capital Zagreb, has secured large contracts, namely with Zagreb's professional ice hockey club Medvescak and the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Veseraj, who charge by the kilo, giving them a point of difference over competitors, are one of the few frims in Croatia who have increased staff during the current ecomic crisis, writes daily newspaper Vecernji list.
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