Jason Loeb is founder and CEO of Sudsies dry cleaning company, and current president of Entrepreneurs Organization South Florida (EO SOFLO). Jason has held leadership positions in a variety of other top South Florida civic and municipal institutions, including president of the Mount Sinai Medical Center Foundation, chairman of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, chairman of the City of Miami Beach Board of Adjustment and chairman of the City of Miami Beach Small Business Task Force. He is a frequent speaker and panelist on entrepreneurship and leadership.
Jason transformed Sudsies from a single boutique Miami Beach location to a leading regional dry cleaning company through deep understanding of customer service and by revolutionizing pickup and delivery operations. Today, Sudsies serves all of Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties with a fleet of over 30 Valets and 4 brick and mortar boutiques. The company continues to be an industry innovator, developing and delivering award-winning environmentally-friendly cleaning solutions for consumers and commercial customers.
In his role with EO SOFLO, he guides one the world’s largest EO chapters in its effort to nurture the South Florida entrepreneurial ecosystem and overall economy. The chapter has more than 200 members who run businesses with 10,000 employees and more than $2 billion in annual revenues. EO SOFLO presents frequent peer-to-peer learning and experience forums for members; sponsors student and start-up entrepreneurship competitions; partners with area colleges and business incubators and coordinates a wide variety of other programs for business growth across the region.
Entrepreneurial History | Can you provide an overview of your career and the history of Sudsies?
Milestones | What were some of the key milestones of Sudsies?
Sudsies Today | Please provide a snapshot of Sudsies today – employees, locations and other key metrics?
EO Entrepreneurs Organization South Florida | In 2020, you were appointed President of the Entrepreneurs Organization South Florida. Can you tell us about the South Florida chapter?
Entrepreneurs Organization | How many chapters? Countries?
Impact | What impact has the Entrepreneurs’ Organization had on you and Sudsies?
The People Business |What are some of the core tenets of your management philosophy?
Philanthropy | Your philanthropy includes appointment as President of the Mount Sinai Medical Center Foundation. Tell us about your philanthropic commitments.
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Founded in 1997, EO SOFLO is one of the world’s largest EO chapters, with 200 members who run companies with $2 billion annual revenues and 10,000 employees in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. EO presents frequent peer-to-peer learning and experience forums for members; sponsors student and start-up entrepreneurship competitions; partners with area colleges and business incubators and coordinates a wide variety of other programs for business growth across South Florida.