Your company is already operating in Germany and you would now like to export worldwide?

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Event United Kingdom Brexit

GTAI German-British Business Day

This event was dedicated to strengthening economic ties between the United Kingdom and Germany. In two webinars, we provided information on doing business in Germany for British companies post-Brexit.

Event: Feb 15, 2022

Webinar: Your guide to exporting to Germany - Market insights and practical tips for UK companies

Germany is the world’s fourth largest economy (World Bank, 2020) and largest economy in Europe. It is highly industrialised, diverse and stable, offering long-term potential and many opportunities for UK businesses offering innovative, quality products.

In 2020, £49.0 billion of goods were exported to Germany, making Germany the UK’s second largest export market for goods. In this webinar experts from the UK's Department for International Trade (DIT) and Germany Trade and Invest (GTAI) will provide UK based companies practical advice on exporting goods and services as well as outlining the range of support available to exporters.

Moderator

Rob Scheid, Director UK & Ireland, Germany Trade & Invest (London)

Speaker

Rafe Courage, DIT Germany Country Director and HM Consul-General

Here you find a presentation and a recording link.


Webinar: Your guide to setting up in Germany – Market insights and practical tips for British companies

In this webinar under the patronage of the German Embassy in London, GTAI experts will highlight current investment trends and provide tips for UK-based businesses looking to expand to Germany.

An increasing number of British companies have established a market presence in Germany in recent years. In this session, GTAI will inform you of the various legal options available, provide information on the tax landscape in Germany and highlight German entry and residence regulations in the post-Brexit environment. Additionally, we will give you an overview of the new and existing financial options available to incentivise an investment or expansion to Germany.

Speakers

Markus Knauf, Head of Economic and Global Affairs Department, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany (London)

Rob Scheid, Director UK & Ireland, Germany Trade & Invest (London)

Christina Schoen, Senior Manager Tax & Legal Services, Germany Trade & Invest (Berlin)

Daniel Stephens, Senior Manager Financing & Incentives, Germany Trade & Invest (Berlin)

Here you find the presentations (Scheid, Schoen, Stephens) and a recording link.

In cooperation with

Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany - London | © Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany - London

 

Department for International Trade | © Department for International Trade

Our free-of-charge services to international investors include:

  • Identifying the most suitable and costefficient location
  • Consulting services concerning financing, tax, and legal issues
  • Compiling initial market data and statistics
  • Calculating maximal government investment incentives
  • Facilitating negotiations, recruitment, and network building

All inquiries are treated confidentially and, because we are a publicly funded foreign trade and inward investment agency, all investment services are available free of charge.

We look forward hearing from you!

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