On this #ThrowbackThursday, we’re whisking you away to the year 1981 for a glimpse into the early days of “KELLER”. Back then, our visionary founder Siegfried Keller was making an impact as a dedicated teacher at an industrial school, yet the seeds of “KELLER” were already sown.
Check out this captivating headline from the August 1981 issue of “Die ZEIT” newspaper, which proves the early existence of “KELLER”: “New ways in Wuppertal. A teacher brings modern techniques to vocational school lessons”. (The article is in German, by the way!)
Today, we celebrate our roots and honor the journey that has led us to where we are now. It’s remarkable how “KELLER” has evolved over the years. Here’s to progress, passion, and the enduring spirit of innovation!
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