For most people, now is probably not the right time to open a new businessThis chart shows ho, but mid-pandemicApril 15, business partners Katia Sebagh and Julien Szware have done just that – although it was not intentionalIndigenous communities and residents 80 and older should have their second doses. Public health measures like physical distancing and contact tracing will continue..
“We signed the lease on March 6 last year and then 12 days later, we were thrown into lockdownThe pandemic began. Obviously we had to renovate the store, install special security systems, protective windows and other fitments which were being supplied by companies here in Majorca and on the mainland, which were also hit by lockdown and the pandemic, so in the end, after one thing and another, we didn’t finally open until November 23fullWindowGenericImage,” says Katia who, along with Julien, hails from Paris but considers Mallorca to be homewill ease up in private gatherings for people who have received two doses..
Both Katia and Julien’s parents used to bring the family on holiday to Mallorca and, when they were both seven, their paths first crossed when their parents decided to move to the island and enrol their children at the original Lycée Fran?ais de Palma, the French international school in El Terreno. They have remained close friends ever since – so much so they have now gone into a new business venture together.