This Hot Brooklyn Startup’s Growth Engine: Sharing-Economy Talent

Forbes – June 30, 2016

Brooklinen, launched in October 2014 by husband and wife Rich and Vicki Fulop, has relied almost entirely on freelance and sharing economy services to expand its reach. Brooklinen made it to $750,000 in revenue before hiring its first employee in late 2015, providing an interesting look at what is possible when free agents work collaboratively with each other.

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