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Despite recommending secondary school to the university – now a company with 7-figure sales

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Despite recommending secondary school to the university – now a company with 7-figure sales

Yusuf Turna grew up in Baden-Württemberg as the child of Turkish immigrants. private / Yusuf Turna

Monday morning, 8:30 a.m. in Frankfurt’s Carl-Benz-Strasse. It’s a typical working day for Yusuf Turna, the founder of Josef’s Bio, a halal meat company that is Bioland certified. The entrepreneur plans the week with his employees from production, administration and his managers. He also answers customer inquiries. Even after eight years, the dialogue with his customers is still important to the young founder, he tells us.

Turna came to his business via a detour. Instead of going to high school, he was recommended to go to secondary school at a young age. To the disappointment of his parents, who had immigrated to Germany from Turkey as so-called guest workers. After secondary school, Turna completed an apprenticeship, got his Abitur and studied engineering – and then founded the first halal meat company certified according to Bioland standards. He now makes seven-figure sales with it.

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