Friendly Germans Ltd

This British-German consultancy firm assists small and medium enterprises from the UK in launching or expanding their business in Germany. We are a team of experts in various business disciplines including company incorporation and legal, marketing and business development, business finance, accounting and tax as well as technology. In short: We are trade advisors and dealmakers for UK enterprises in Germany.

Are you looking to start a business in Germany, expand an existing company, open a branch office or appoint a regional representative? Do you need help with business development and marketing in Germany? Are you looking for German business partners, professionals, personnel or experts in certain fields of technology or business sectors? Or do you simply need help with practical matters like opening a German bank account, renting office space or collecting relevant facts for your business decisions?

If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then Friendly Germans can help. Friendly Germans provides consultancy and operational services to British businesses large and small, including SMEs and not for profits,  in all these areas. We specialise in developing Anglo-German business relationships and there are very few tasks our team of experts, consultants, lawyers and business experts will not be able to manage. Test us!

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Head Office Germany
Friendly Germans (UK) Ltd.
Bischof-von-Henle-Str. 2a
93051 Regensburg
Germany

mail@friendlygermans.com
phone: +49 (0) 941 463 707 80
fax: +49 (0) 941 463 707 99

Registered in Germany at:
AG Regensburg HRB13758

Registered Office in England
Friendly Germans (UK) Ltd.
Lynton House
7-12 Tavistock Square
London WC1H 9LT
England

Registered at Companies House (UK)
Company No. 8283013
Director: Bernhard Schmeilzl
Company Secretary: Stanley Harris, OBE (Solicitor)

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