Iranian businessmen meet over launching branches in Germany
Tehran, Iran, February 14
By Mehdi Sepahvand - Trend:
Some 90 businessmen attended a meeting at the Iranian-German Chamber of Commerce in Tehran to discuss the ways and means of establishing
business ties with German counterparts.
The Iranian delegation specifically discussed ideas and possibilities on how to open branches in Germany from where to export their products to
During the meeting, lawyers discussed the procedures that Iranian businessmen have to adopt to register a company, agency, or brand in
Germany, Dawood Nazirizadeh, manager at Business Support Germany law firm told Trend February 14.
Nazirizadeh also pointed out that in an early February trip to Iran, Joe Weingarten, head of the Department of Innovation, Medium-Sized
Enterprises and Telecommunications of the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Transport, Agriculture and Viniculture from Rhineland-Palatinate state
of Germany led a 12-strong business delegation to hold successful
meetings with Iranian businessmen.
During the visit, various B2B meetings were held at the chambers of Iran, Alborz, and Tabriz; and also the German delegation visited the
Iran Tractor Manufacturing Company and the petrochemical company in Tabriz, Nazirizadeh said.
The Iranian and German sides also signed two contracts and a German company also employed someone in Iran for their business affairs,
Nazizizadeh said, adding that the chambers of Germany and Alborz signed a cooperation agreement and arranged for a trip by the Alborz Chamber to
Rhineland-Palatinate state in the near future.
On the sidelines of the Rhineland-Palatinate state business delegation visit, Mr. Weingarten had told Trend that the state of
Rhineland-Palatinate wants to improve and develop its trade contacts with Iran, adding that “the state of Rhineland-Palatinate is very
export-oriented and we see a win-win situation and a positive future for both countries.”
“Due to the medium-sized structure and the often long tradition of the Rhineland-Palatinate companies, we can offer a great innovative and
technical know-how in our products, especially in mechanical engineering,” the German official added.