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The German Market. Delivered.

Market Entry - Quick & Cost-Effective

The German speaking market: 95m people, GDP per capita of $60,015 – Germany, Austria and Switzerland are the strongest economies in Europe. Germany is Europe's largest market. The economy is booming, the market is growing at approximately 4% p.a.

Entering the German market must be quick and cost-effective. Our proven methodology is based on best practices and shows immediate impact. Capitalize on our 10+ years of experience in successfully developing sustainable streams of revenue from the German market!

Achieving Your Goals:

"As Managing Partner of DonnellySpire, I am pleased to offer our services to companies wishing to enter the German speaking market or to increase their presence in this market. DonnellySpire is a full service, sales and business development operation. With more than 10 years of experience, our experts have specialized in working with international technology and product companies that are looking to succeed in the huge and lucrative German speaking market.

DonnellySpire will act as your German sales office or as an arm of your European sales team.

As your local sales office, we will provide those services needed to reach your German speaking customers. By becoming totally familiar with your offering and by using our local contacts we will be able to:

  • Identify target markets;
  • Generate productive leads;
  • Demonstrate your products and solutions;
  • Create partner relationships;
  • Draft proposals, negotiate terms and close deals.

If your company is looking to enter and/penetrate the German speaking market without the expense of opening your own office or hiring full time sales associates, I would like to set a time to speak."

The Value of the German market

To read about success stories of fine companies from around the world in the German market please refer to our News section, in which we gather all information we deem beneficial to our customers' commercial success in Europe's largest economy.

Third Party Opinion

Germany's jobless rate, at 5.4% (using standardised OECD statistics), is less than half Europe's average. Youth unemployment, a scourge throughout much of the rest of the continent, is at a 20-year low in Germany. The country's budget is balanced, government debt is falling and long-term bond yields are the lowest in Europe.

The Economist, 15 June 2013