With more than 82 million inhabitants, the German market is the biggest in Europe. Representing Europe’s number 1 economy, and number 4 in the world behind the US, China and Japan, Germany is the world’s leader in such sectors as the environment, machine tools, energy, and agri-food, among others. 10 industry sectors presently offer excellent opportunities for going into business on the German market.
In terms of foreign trade, Italy, Europe’s fourth economic power, is smiling again having notched up a trade surplus of €30.4 billion in 2013, or 1.9% of GDP. France remains a leading partner for this country (as its second-biggest customer and second-biggest supplier), behind Germany. 5 business sectors offer excellent opportunities for expanding into the Italian market.
Which ten European countries imported the most during the first five months of 2014? Eurostat provides the answer with figures just published on the EU’s 28 member countries.
Top to bottom, EUROPAGES has worked hard to rearrange its corporate website. It’s now officially online, with a completely different look and feel !
Over the last year, EUROPAGES has produced a dozen of infographics assessing the strength, weaknesses and the most popular products in given economic sectors. So, are you exporting the right products ? Let’s find out.
With its vast array of marketing solutions, including direct marketing, display, and general exposure, you might loose sight of all the improvements Europages can provide to your business. That’s why we summed it all up in one short video.
A spanish company handles lucrative job situation and pretends to be working for Europages. This is simply not true, and probably a scam.
As many customers of big companies (banks, insurance companies, electricity suppliers, etc.), Europages’ customers are the target of internet scammer willing to obtain their passwords and personal information.
Europages is moving forward! And it sometimes means to change its whole web infrastructure to offer you better, faster services.
-marketing is constantly changing and moving forwards, from e-mail campaigns to targeted ads, from the origins of referencing to widespread mobile Internet usage. This striking infographic retraces the main steps.