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Romanian Entrepreneur Sells Bottled Air From the Carpathian Mountains to India and China

Mihai Arsene is a Romanian entrepreneur who has been running a fresh air business for about two years. He basically sells…bottled fresh air from the Carpathian mountains. The highest dose costs 80 lei and contains at least 190 inhalations with fresh air. The Romanian entrepreneur said that in Romania only the athletes are interested in the product, but his bottled air business is very successful in China and India.

Mihai Arsene says that his product does not protect you from pollution, but it helps athletes because the muscles are more vascularized.

According to the website of the Ministry of Public Finance of Romania, the entrepreneur’s company has a turnover of around 20,000 Euros and losses of 40,000 Euros in 2019. Yet, for a startup this is a very good start, as the product has already reached the international markets.

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