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UK husband and wife’s PPE business made £1.8 billion windfall during COVID

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UK couple Sarah and Richard Stoute’s company ‘Full Support Healthcare’ has earned a staggering £1.8 billion in revenue since the COVID crisis began, from the supply of PPE to the government.

In the year before COVID the company made a £1 million profit.

According to a report in the Daily Mail, Sarah Stoute, the company’s CEO explained how she got wind of a potential health crisis in late 2019, and on that basis placed huge orders for PPE with Chinese factories just before the pandemic began, thus getting a headstart on her rivals.

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The hunch paid off as the company would go on to become the government’s preferred PPE supplier during the pandemic, bringing the couple substantial riches, which they have spent on luxury houses and investing in equestrian facilities.

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