In an age of globalisation, the ability to be internationally active is important to any business. At WILDE BEUGER SOLMECKE, our expert commercial team helps small, medium-sized and larger companies to enter the German market.
We use our strong experience to provide all-round commercial services and continuous support to businesses throughout their development. From business creation or product inception, to advice on daily commercial matters, to the conclusion of important international purchase contracts, our team of lawyers is there to offer advice.
With strong contacts in the funding sector, we can help start-up businesses or SMEs access crucial financing to get them and their projects off the ground.
Once up and running, our extensive experience in the area of new media enables us to offer your business a range of innovative solutions to establish and position itself and its products on the market.
To help your business keep track of its finances, we offer tailored fixed fees in most practice areas to suit your needs and our transparency philosophy means you know exactly what services you are receiving.
For more information on doing business in Germany, contact our team of German lawyers on +49 (0) 221 / 951 563 0 or use our contact form.
Below is an overview of some of the important aspects to consider when doing business in Germany.
Starting a business in Germany can be an exciting challenge. Whether choosing the business form, filing forms or drafting company documentation, our team of German lawyers can help you get your business off of the ground.
Commercial matters play a role in every aspect of a business’ development. Whether it is drafting a distribution agreement or providing advice on agency agreements, the lawyers at WBS are there to help.
Businesses are increasingly using the internet to boost their economic activity. Whether it is for marketing purposes or to distribute products, our team can help your business use the internet to succeed.
Christian Solmecke is a partner at the law firm WILDE BEUGER SOLMECKE. He is the author of numerous legal publications in the area of internet and IT law. He is also an associate lecturer for social media law at the Cologne University of Applied Sciences.
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