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Entrepreneurship in crises

The COVID crisis has changed many things. However, Austrian entrepreneur Josef Leutgeb does not seem to know the word “crisis.” Instead of complaining, the entrepreneur recognized the increased need for protective masks and started a mask production business with his brother Roland as an industry outsider in 2020. He bought a mask machine and the brothers set to work – it succeeded.

Hermetex GmbH, has been producing masks since 2020.

Today, they make millions in sales and export worldwide.

“In addition to masks, we now have disinfection, special cleaners and industrial lubricants in our product range.” Say the two.

This shows that through flexibility and courage, projects can be implemented even in crises, which also exist successfully beyond the crisis.

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