|February 6, 2012
GCME head Alexander Tirpitz to speak about Chinese companies in Germany at the 9. Berlin Russia Lounge
Tirpitz will speak about the market entries of Chinese companies in
Germany in comparision to Russian enterprises. The keynote is part of
the 9. Berlin Russia Lounge to be held on February 23, 2012. For more
information see the offical invitation...
|December 14, 2011
participate in 1st German-Russian Conference on Knowledge and
Technology Transfer in Science in St. Petersburg
December 16 to
18, 2011 the 1st German-Russian Conference on Knowledge and Technology
Transfer in Science will be held in St. Petersburg. Objective of the
conference is i. a. the development and optimization of technology
transfer programs between Russia and Germany and improved access for
students and academics to industry projects. Due to the GCME's efforts
in supporting German-Russian co-operations and global technology
transfer two GCME experts were invited to take part in the conference.
|November 3, 2011
Tirpitz to speak about co-operation chances of
German and Chinese companies at the German-Chinese Round
Table of SRH University Heidelberg
Tirpitz was invited to speak about Chinese comapanies in Germany and
the arising co-operation chances for German companies at the 2nd
German-Chinese Round Table of the Center for Chinese Business Law (ZCW)
at the SRH University Heidelberg on November 16, 2011.
The ZCW was recently established as a platform for business and legal
research and education focussing on China. It is directed by Prof. Dr.
Katrin Blasek, an expert for Chinese business law.
More information about the German-Chinese Round Table and the ZCW can
be found on the ZCW's website.
|October 6, 2011
head Alexander Tirpitz to speak about Internationalization of Start-ups
and SMEs at the Entrepreneurship Summit 2011
October 29/30, 2011 the Entrepreneurship Summit 2011 will be held at
Free Univeristy Berlin. A wide range of famous experts, managers and
entrepreneurs will e. g. speak about Entrepreneurial Designs, Internet
Marketing/SEO, E-Commerce, PR / Social Media or Leadership.
GCME head Alexander Tirpitz was invited to speak about "Relevance and
challenges of internationalization for start-up companies and SMEs".
His presentation will be part of the profund discussion group on the
internationalization of start-up companies on October 29, 2011 at 11.15
More information about the summit, its speakers and the whole programme
can be found under www.entrepreneurship.de/summit/.
|September 23, 2011
head Alexander Tirpitz to participate in panel discussion at the 7th
Freiburg SME Conference on October 5, 2011
on this year's main topic Globalization,
the 7th Freiburg SME Conference (7. Freiburger Mittelstandskongress)
will be held on October 5, 2011 in Freiburg. Around 450 decision makers
from SMEs and family business are expected to take part in the
GCME head Alexander Tirpitz was invited to participate in the final
panel discussion "Co-operations and networks for SMEs: An answer to
More infomartion about the conference can be found in the conference flyer
or under www.fr-mk.de.
|September 1, 2011
study "Russian Companies Enter Germany" released
GCME's new study "Russian Companies Enter Germany - Objectives,
barriers and chances" was released in today's press conference at Q110
- Deutsche Bank der Zukunft. A summary of the study findings is
available under press releases. The complete
study report in German and Russian language can be found under publications.
Additionally the EnterGermany Business Guide
for Russian Companies is available free of charge.
|July 19, 2011
co-operation with DWIH Sao Paolo the GCME launches InnovationBridge
|Economic growth is
highly related to young innvative companies. In order to promote the
technolgies, products and services of these companies the German House
of Science and Innovation Sao Paolo (DWIH) and the German Center for
Market Entry (GCME) will launch the international magazine
InnovationBridge. It will provide young innovative companies with the
unique opportunity of presenting themselves to more than 200,000
potential customers and business partners in Brazil and Germany. Detailed
information on the DWIH's website
|July 14, 2011
to hold investment conference for port-related industries in September
by People’s Government of Hebei Province and organized by the
of Commerce of Hebei Province and People’s Government of Tangshan City,
the 2nd China Caofeidian Port-related Industries International
Investment and Trade Fair (the Caofeidian Fair) will be held in
Tangshan City during September 15-17, 2011.
the theme of “Blue Port, Green Industries”, holding the concept of
“Developing Green Port-related Industries”, and advocating “Cooperation
for Win-Win Development”, this Caofeidian Fair focuses on advancing
infrastructure construction and promoting the development of
port-related industries such as advanced manufacturing, modern service
industries and emerging strategic industries. It highlights the
cooperation between industries, enterprises, projects and regions,
making efforts to build a platform for port-related industries
investment and trade, which sits on the Bohai-Rim and targets the whole
world. Moreover, it shall build Caofeidian into a leading brand in
industries in the coastal area of Hebei Province. Downloadof the Offical
Invitation and programme
|June 30, 2011
article online: German Trade Fair Participation of Chinese Companies
a recently published article Alexander Tirpitz and Miaomiao Zhu point
out how Chinese companies can improve their trade fair participations
in Germany and how the German Trade Fair Industry could support this
attractive target group. Read
|June 28, 2011
quote GCME in context of the Sino-German Government Meeting
|In context of the Sino-German talks held in
Berlin this week some respectful media quoted the GCME or asked for
comments. See the complete press review
|April 19, 2011
starts survey project "Russian Companies Enter Germany"
|The survey "Chinese
Companies Enter Germany" received broad national and international
attention because it opened up a completely new perspective on the
investments made by Chinese firms in Germany. Now, the German Center
for Market Entry already started to work on the second part of the ENTERGERMANY
survey series: "Russian Companies Enter Germany - Objectives, Barriers
and Chances". The survey report and the corresponding business guide
will be published in September 2011.
Companies interested in booking an ad in the publications and thereby
support the survey project can contact the project team for further
information via survey (at)
|March 14, 2011
head Alexander Tirpitz to speak about Chinese companies in Germany
will speak about "Chinese companies in Germany - Chance or threat?" at
DCW Berlin-Brandenburg (German-Chinese Business Association) on March
28, 2011. see
|February 18, 2011
report "Chinese Companies Enter Germany" and ENTERGERMANY Business
|The survey report
"Chinese Companies Enter Germany - Market Entry Challenges for Chinese
Companies in Germany" was presented to the public in a press conference
at Q110 - Deutsche Bank der Zukunft. A summary of the results is
available under press releaes. The complete
survey report can be downloaded under publications.
In addition, an ENTERGERMANY Business Guide for Chinese companies was
compiled from the survey findings. The guide can be found under publications,
Survey "Chinese Companies Enter
German Center for Market Entry recently completed its survey "Chinese
Companies Enter Germany - Market Entry Challenges for Chinese Companies
in Germany". Outcome of this survey project is an academic survey
report (available in German and Chinese) and a Business Guide for
Chinese entrepreneurs (German-Chinese).
The survey results will be presented to the public on February 18, 2011
at 10 am in Berlin. Journalists who want to take part in the press
register by email to the GCME's media desk.
Expert contribution in Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung by Tirpitz and
Guide – GCME conducts international research
GCME is currently conducting a survey on business, legal and cultural
aspects of internationalizing companies from China. The focus lies on
the efforts to enter the German market. Outcome of the survey project
will be a business guide for Chinese companies on their way to Germany
and Europe that is tailored to their particular needs. Companies
interested in taking part in the survey and in receiving the ENTERGERMANY
Business Guide afterwards can register for notification here.
The survey will be completed and the guide published in January 2011.
Interested journalists can contact our media
desk for further information and ex ante