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Paralympian Christiane Reppe changes track: Now she becomes a coffee entrepreneur

After an impressive career in disabled sports, Paralympian Christiane Reppe is now taking off in the world of entrepreneurship. Together with her business partner Stefan Meyer-Götz, she has launched the start-up "THAT'S COFFEE", which is now applying to the "Sporthilfe Start-up of the Year 2023"

Christiane Reppe, who won a gold medal at the 2016 Paralympics, has ended her athletic career and is now bringing her competitive spirit into the entrepreneurial arena. She has proven herself from swimming to handcycling to paratriathlon, and now sees starting and running a business as her next challenge.

"THAT'S COFFEE" plans to launch coffee bags this summer. These compact coffee bags are produced in an environmentally friendly way, including compostable filters and cornstarch-coated packaging.

The "Sports Aid Start-up of the Year" competition consists of online voting and a presentation to a panel of business judges. It's a new competitive framework for Reppe, but she's confident she can use her experience and ambition from her athletic career to showcase her entrepreneurial vision. The public has the opportunity to show support for "THAT'S COFFEE" by casting their vote in the online poll.

With the launch of her entrepreneurial adventure, Reppe is entering a new field of competition. But with her athletic experience and proven ambition, she is well equipped for this new challenge.

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