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BDG opens UK office to help UK SME’s do business in Germany

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Horsham, 25th February 2014 – A consortium of experienced German Business professionals have announced the opening of a UK satellite office, as part of their expansion plans to help UK companies expand into Europe’s largest market. (BDG) will be offering a wide range of services including market entry analysis and formation planning, assistance with all elements of sales and marketing, translation, virtual and serviced offices, online marketing and SEO, call centre services, brand development as well as helping companies source strategic partners to help them grow their businesses in Germany.

“We look forward to helping UK companies who have considered expanding into Germany, but were unsure where to start”, commented Marc Jarrett, BDG’s UK Manager. “By working with us, they can grow their business in Europe’s key market, safe in the knowledge that they have a team of seasoned professionals on the ground in Germany at their disposal that can help them in this process”.

Collectively, BDG have worked with across multiple sectors with a range of companies ranging from SME’s to large multinationals such as Johnson & Johnson, Sharp Electronics, 3M and Mercedes Benz.

Having helped German companies, BDG’s founders now want to help UK SME’s expand into Germany.

“As Walmart demonstrated, money and size are not requisites for success in Germany”, observes Jarrett. “As with any market, it is important to understand the cultural nuances associated with doing business there.”

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