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Your Start in Germany

Are you looking to expand your business to Germany? Do you want to increase your impact by serving a broader target group? Do you want to achieve sustainable growth? 

We are here to guide you through the process and act as your team on the ground from concept to implementation.

Our Services

If impact businesses are successful where other companies fail, we can create a sustainable future much quicker.

Product Culture Fit

Your eyes on the market to ensure the best entry for your product or service.

Marketing Strategy

Your finger on the pulse of your target market, doing the strategic thinking for you to maximise return on your marketing budget.

Expansion Pilot

A hand to hold as the journey starts, your guide for your first steps into the target market.

Feet on the Ground

We are where you need to be, your department on the ground for all your needs.

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Our Clients

We’ve Worked With Amazing Companies

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Our clients are purpose-driven businesses that look further than profits. In order to understand if we want to work for a business, we use the B Corporation principles as a yard stick. But a business does not have to be certified B Corp in order to become our customer, however it should be or stay in business for the same reasons.

Our Blog

Keep Track Of The Latest News, Insights and Studies

Developing a Market Entry Strategy for Germany: Compound Impact in Action

Compound interest is the outcome of interest on top of interest, the way how an investment grows exponentially over time. The compound interest effect is probably one of the most important concepts to understand when you strive to generate wealth in a capitalist economic system.

When to export again? Now!

Now that some countries are emerging from the three months of pause caused by the virus, there are some very good reasons to dust off those export plans and take advantage of circumstances to accelerate the export journey so as to reap the benefits.

Germans are switching to a plant-based diet and becoming “Flexitarians”

Corona has had a severe impact on people's lives and their shopping and eating habits. More and more consumers are doing fine without meat: They reach for vegan substitute products or put vegetables on the grill.

By working with us, we can reach your goals in a short distance.