Coronavirus: Dayton’s Tempagenix grows to $3M business almost overnight

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Easy monitoring of temperature has become a pressing global need, and in a little over two weeks, Dayton-based Tempagenix has met its moment, growing from a $290,000-annual-revenue company to a $3 million business.

And at this point, growth promises to do nothing but continue.

April Pollock and Shelly Heller formed Tempagenix LLC in 2016, channeling the production of Dayton-made disposable paper thermometers that can be worn on one’s forehead for the retail market.

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Story excerpt provided by Dayton Daily News.

Written by Thomas Gnau.

Originally published April 2, 2020.

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