| The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has not been a handicap for the young Murciana to have decided to continue with her business project, the start of which coincided with the State decree Alarm in mid-March | COVID-19 has been and is a great obstacle for everyone, in addition to taking so many lives and loved ones ahead that they will no longer be with us.
The companies, all, are suffering very important losses, as well as the destruction of thousands of jobs.
The economy is beginning to notice the damage that the global pandemic is causing, and small businesses, as well as workers, are suffering the most from this huge setback.But all this has not been a handicap for a young Murcian entrepreneur.
Mª Carmen Sánchez was caught by the Coronavirus at the start of her small but interesting business project, a Startup with which she had struggled so much months before the pandemic.
In February, Sánchez had almost everything ready to launch his first product on the market: WINGS UP An innovative high-performance folding and external car sunshade.
A product that provides a duality, in these times that we live; Protects the interior of vehicles from long sun exposures and aims to avoid interior wear and tear of the vehicle, it highly reduces its interior temperature due to the awning effect, as well as being very light.The Murcian entrepreneur did not want to fall apart and continued working on her WINGS UP project.
After the decree of the State of Alarm in mid-March, the closing of borders, customs, administrative problems and a long etcetera did not diminish even one iota that illusion of undertaking, of generating economy for the country and its Region of Murcia.Sánchez got down to work at the end of March to go ahead and make her small business a reality by launching her first product on the market, being an entrepreneur despite the difficult time.After more than 40 days of confinement, working from home with innumerable customs administrative obstacles, since his product is made in China, and many efforts, in addition to hours and hours of teleworking, he has finally managed to launch his small company on the market, demonstrating that nothing is impossible thanks to the tenacity and perseverance, making his dream come true.It has been shown that being an entrepreneur is not impossible, neither in good times nor in bad, it only takes one ingredient and it is none other than the will and desire to work, something that Mª Carmen Sánchez has shown these 40 days of confinement, working from home to have a Startup and look to the future with optimism despite the current situation so complicated and full of uncertainty in the short term.