Das Unternehmen ebets GmbH

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Acryltafeln in Vorbereitung

Ebets in Corona times

“I can’t change the wind, but I can reset the sails”. Under this motto we have adapted our production and our online store to the circumstances within 3 days. From acrylic we have previously made trophies and signs, and then spit protection for our health. Where before we embroidered polo shirts and T-shirts, we then

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That was “The Day of IDEAS 2018” at ebets

THANK YOU for the positive feedback We have received extremely positive feedback on our IDEAS Day from both customers and suppliers. It was also a great day for us with many nice conversations and a good atmosphere. We are pleased about the enormous interest – 33 brand partners and 150 guests made this day something

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New Laser Speedy 400

New Laser Speedy 400 Since a few weeks we have extended our production with the laser Speedy 400 and could already achieve very great laser engraving results. You too can benefit from the advantages of our Speedy 400: Also for your contract work Larger machining area up to 1000 x 610 mm Application also for

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Our contribution to climate protection

Since September 2017, we are officially a Climate Alliance company. This means that our measures such as the use of solar energy or pellet heating are now officially recognized. It is not a matter of course to be allowed to use this seal of quality. We are consistently continuing our path towards regionality and sustainability

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Behind the scenes… with the two company founders

How it all began In 2003, the Ebets company was founded in Franz Ebetshuber’s own garage. At that time, the employees could be counted on one hand, among them Elisabeth Ebetshuber and Eva Schöberl, who are still an important part of the company today. Today the company employs 24 people in a modern building. On

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ebets customers bounce higher

An invention that makes not only many children happy, but also parents: bouncy castles.Children have been able to let off steam in so-called “air castles” since 1977. They were invented by Austrian entrepreneur Elisabeth Kolarik, who realized her dream of an “air mattress you can also jump on.” Invention by accident Did you know that

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