BarcelonaConfinement, a widespread desire to cook at home and a solid digital channel have made Lékué one of the companies that can breathe easy despite the pandemic. Maybe even thanks to the pandemic. The kitchenware company is still closing the 2020 numbers, but anticipates revenues close to 18 million euros and a net profit of 1.3 million. This figure doubles the results of 2019. In addition, as ARA has learned, Lékué closed a capital increase of 350,000 euros in December to “meet the growth challenges of the coming years,” says Rafael Sebastián, CEO of the company.