Everyone is looking for something to do during this quarantine, especially the tennis stars who are used to working throughout the year. That’s why French tennis star Lucas Pouille has decided to start a business during these tough times.
The first question that would pop into everyone’s mind is the kind of business that he’s thinking of doing at a time when nearly everyone is inside. His thought process has been very innovative. Pouille has decided to model his business around the needs arising out of the pandemic and safety measures that are required.
He has decided to start a line of contactless hand sanitizing gels along with his friend. They wouldn’t require any physical contact like pressing a button for giving the liquid out. Let’s find out what Lucas Pouille said about this new idea of his.
What is the business started by Lucas Pouille?
The French tennis star has decided to start this in view of the needs of the changing world post Coronavirus, also something which draws out of the personal experiences of Lucas Pouille. People will be more cautious about hygiene and that’s where this fell will be helping.
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“The company of my friend Maxime Rousson (a company that already specializes in interactive tactile media) was completely stopped,” explained the No. 58 of the ATP ranking in Le Parisien. “We told each other that it would be a great idea to create a new brand, which I would have associated with, of gel dispensers that don’t need to be touched with their hands to work.”
He revealed that his project takes the future into its stance. That’s where his idea will prove profitable. He will pitch it to bigger outlets.
Pouille also revealed that a part of the profits will go towards charity efforts to tackle the pandemic.
“The health rules will be very different,” said the Australian Open 2019 semi-finalist.“Every company, shop or restaurant will need to be able to supply the gel. Before this period I almost never used gel. Now I always have a bottle with me.”
He has already sold more than 1000 units of his product called Hygy. The goal is to cross 10,000 by the end of May. What do you think of the idea and the business launched by Lucas Pouille?