To secure local sites, an international business company from Meersburg specializes in establishing business relations with Viet Nam. Meersburg/Dornbirn, 07.04.2008 – Viet Nam serves as the hub of the far East, like Dubai, which became the economic hub for the Middle East. The European middle class but still quite tentatively uses the opportunities that arise in the new, economically dynamic Viet Nam. Viet Nam had 2007 economic growth of 8.2 percent of its 84 million people. 8.3% are forecast for 2008. After the Meersburger economic consulting firm kPlaning & project puts the economic link between the Dubai Germany, Switzerland and Austria for several years, Viet Nam is now added. The interested companies from the German-speaking countries are supported together with local partners in accordance with. Sam Feldman is full of insight into the issues. The possibilities of providing local SMEs Viet Nam are still too much underestimated by our management.
We want that change”, says Ursula Rahman Konzelmann, Managing Director of kPlaning & projects. For the necessary work of media the Dornbirner Office Idol responsible public relations in the future. Representatives of Becamex, Vietnamese industrial park operators, in the Chamber of Commerce of Ravensburg about opportunities and risks for German companies in Viet Nam are report info-event of the IHK Ravensburg on April 23. Becamex is represented in Germany by kPlaning & projects. kPlaning & projects GF Ursula Rimmele-Konzelmann Tel: + 49-7532-495544 Web: press contacts and information: Sieglinde Gotze Idol publicrelations Tel: + 43-5572-21592 E-mail: kPlaning & projects is an international management company in Meersburg.
For years accompanied kPlaning & projects medium-sized companies in the United Arab Emirates. Recently, Viet Nam also counts to their portfolio. The strength and the success is that kPlaning & projects each has local partners. You have the best knowledge about the countries and their Mentality, speak the language and have the best contacts of course. Many German companies have put free money in building business relationships – without success, because they did not have the right partner. With appropriate assistance, German medium-sized enterprises in these countries have the greatest chance of business relations there, to hedge their domestic site.