Making a success of your sales approach in Germany or France
Take part in a free, no-obligation, personalized videoconference with our experts to discuss the concrete possibilities and opportunities for successful business in Germany or Fance.
Germany and France are top export markets. They offer attractive sales and development opportunities, especially for small and medium-sized companies with their often-high international competitiveness. It is important to take advantage of these opportunities.
On the other hand, entering the German market is perceived as complex, due to different mentalities or labor laws that are more delicate than in France.
In the wake of the Covid-19 crisis, distribution remains a major challenge for companies, but export issues remain the same:
- What are the best development strategies for my company?
- How can you make the most of sales potential in my target market?
- How can transparent, manageable distribution structures be (re)organised?
- How to find the right German or French representatives for the market?
- How can existing branches be optimized?
- What intercultural aspects play a central role?
- What legal and tax issues are relevant to my needs?
…these and other questions will be addressed and discussed in detail during the monthly one-to-one video conferences.
Feel welcome to book a free consultation. We’ll be happy to listen and guide you to the best solutions for your needs.
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Would you prefer a face-to-face meeting? Give us a call and we can arrange to meet you in Colmar or Paris! The French-German Business Centre is home to more than 120 companies, most of them German, who successfully manage and run their French distribution from Colmar. Its day-to-day practical experience is decisive for the best possible organisation of distribution in France. His day-to-day practical experience is decisive for the optimal organization of distribution in France.