In particular, when products are introduced into complex markets, the first pillar of success is an appropriate market entry strategy. In addition, as the investment volume increases, its importance calls for the intensive preparation of adequate concepts. Concretely, we offer to our customers the critical activities for the preparation of their market entry such as providing them transparency regarding: - customers, - technologies, - volume and potential to the markets do be developed. Based on this information we plan their business by developing market entry strategies together with according communication and sales concepts.Read more
A good concept is only the first step towards the conquest of new markets. It also calls for its effective implementation: - Technology/ product adjustments and localisation - Participation in fairs and other events - Business Matchmaking - Organisation of Business travels - Public funding management/ Tender preparations - Transparency regarding certificates and licenses - Tax matters We accompany our customers closely in all of these critical activities.Read more
In case we see some success potential in our markets we may act as the regional representation in our focus countries. Here, we participate in the risks of market entry being the sales agent of our customer. Gladly we evaluate the success potential of your products and services. In order to get in touch with us, please use our contact form or send us a message to info[at]commites.com.Read more
A masterplan developed by three Fraunhofer research institutes outlines how the transition to green and sustainable hydrogen production is aimed to boost the economy in Eastern Germany. According to the study compiled by the Fraunhofer Research Institution for Energy Infrastructures and Geothermal Systems (IEG), Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research (ISI) and the Fraunhofer […]
The mood of companies in Germany is improving strongly in view of the progress in vaccination and the falling Corona infection figures, even in the sectors that have been severely affected by the Corona restrictions. However, the shortage of input materials has worsened again.
Currently, German industry is not burdened by a lack of demand but by supply bottlenecks for raw materials and components as well as tight transport capacities, especially on the route between Asia and Europe. As a result, order backlogs and production expectations, as measured by the ifo indicator, are rising at a rate not seen […]
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