German Michael Koblenz has enjoyed 10 successful years supplying essential goods to hotels in the capital and other regions of Russia
By providing Moscow consumers with geolocations, German Marcel Baltes is steadily increasing sales for Russian retailers.
Austrian Robert Grassl is well known not only as the tip of the iceberg of trade deals with Russia, but the submerged part as well.
German trading company OTTO WOLFF is supplying industrial equipment of leading European manufacturers to Russian enterprises without prepayment, pledges, guarantees, vouchers or any other securities. The delay of payment granted to the Russian clients is usually up to 360 days after delivery date, but the equipment purchased this way is producing profit for the buyer even before it is paid. Commercial director Mr. Harald Sieminski told BIGRUSSIA how OTTO WOLFF makes business in Russia.
One could say that Aldo Bruè, owner of the luxury Italian men's footwear company of the same name, came to the Russian market quite by accident. In 1994 Russian customers first ordered Aldo Bruè shoes at an exhibition in Germany. Today Bruè produces 100,000 pairs of shoes each year, 60% of which are sold precisely in Russia. In the Moscow “National” hotel, near the Kremlin, the 70-year-old Italian shared with BIGRUSSIA the secrets of how he succeeded in attracting Russian customers.
Aunaud Dubien, Director of the Franco-Russian Analytical centre Observatoire, describes what the Moscow metropolitan area hasto offer Western investors.
Hoping for the Best
The German Ulf Schneider hopes that the present political crisis between the West and Russia will be overcome, and that nothing further will cast a cloud over international cooperation.
The German Jens Dallendörfer knows how to combine German high quality and the potential of Russian engineers.
In the Swing of the Megapolis
CEO of AZIMUT Hotels Dutchman Remco Gerritsen easily adapted to the frenetic pace of Moscow life, a pace which he loves.
Eugen Alles, the managing director of the Russian branch of the Messe Frankfurt company, has been working in Moscow for eight years now.