M-Squad >> Mobile Business Consultants
 
 
  Emerging Mobile Firms
 
Even with the most brilliant idea and management team in the world, mobile firms expanding internationally into Germany and domestic mobile start-ups expanding on the German market can be stretched. M-Squad provides both consultancy and interim management with flexible business models to bridge the gap.

Working with M-Squad accelerates entry for a mobile firm, solving the problems of finding offices and key employees in a mobile metropole like Munich, Düsseldorf or Berlin, as well as identifying trustworthy committed partners that can make the difference, and then driving sales. In many cases, M-Squad can effectively act as the “German office” of an international mobile firm, enabling entry into the German market at much lower cost and risk, while retaining full transparency and learning regarding German customers’ specific needs.

What M-Squad can do for you:

Entry Strategy and Business Development for the German market…

…For international mobile firms entering the German market
…For German mobile firms expanding in the German marketplace

  • Evaluation of entry options – costs, risks, chances of success
  • Sales and marketing strategy and business plan
  • Customer analysis and USP definition
  • Large scale customised market research and lead generation (with M-Squad partners)
  • Adaption of marketing material to the needs of the German market (web-site, brochures, …)
  • Account planning, hands-on sales support, and partnering on sales calls

Accelerated Market Entry

  • As above plus advice and execution in all aspects of setting up operations in Germany: German labour law, recruiting key employees, finding offices, establishing a legal entity, gaining access to local influence networks, …

Interim Management

  • Fulfilment of key roles for 1 - 12 month periods including marketing, sales, business development and technology management
   
   
 
 

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Last update: December 13, 2007