Our international network

Pape Consulting Group AG has its focus on the D/A/CH region. Nevertheless, we do not want to limit ourselves to the Germanic region. We are also happy to help you with our international network. Are you looking for international specialists or managers? Are you looking for a job outside of Germany? We are happy to help you. You can find a brief overview of our international locations here:

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Amsterdam
  • Amsterdam is located in the heart of the Netherlands and, as the capital, is also the most populous city in the Netherlands. Among others, the following economic sectors are represented:

    • Major banks
    • electronics companies such as Philips
    • Research institutes
    • Information technology
    • Chemistry
    • Physics

    Contact: Eva Heppel

Barcelona
  • Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain. Over 17 million tourists from abroad visit the city and its sights every year. This puts the city in fourth place among the most visited cities in Europe, after Paris, London and Venice. Among others, the following economic sectors are represented:

    • Education
    • Trade
    • Tourism
    • Pharmacy
    • Medicine
    • Automotive

    Contact: Christian Pape

Dublin Bay Personalberatung
  • In 2018, Dublin was ranked „Alpha-“ by the Globalization and World Cities Network (GaWC), placing it among the top 30 cities in the world. Economic sectors represented include:

    • Pharmaceuticals, including Pfizer
    • IT sector, e.g. Google, Microsoft
    • Brewing
    • Financial sector
    • Insurance
    • Banks

    Contact: Christian Pape

Lissabon
  • Lisbon: on the waves of seafaring. A long history, from the rise through shipping and trade, to the crest of a wave in the form of a huge tsunami in the mid-18th century, which meant the temporary ruin of the city. Among others, the following economic sectors are represented:

    • Service industry
    • „multi-country exchange“ Euronext
    • Tourism

    Contact: Christian Pape

London
  • The capital of the United Kingdom – London – is breaking a number of records and its importance cannot be underestimated. The following economic sectors are represented, among others:

    • Financial services
    • Tourism
    • Banks
    • Oil
    • Natural gas
    • Electricity

     

    Contact: Christian Pape

Madrid
  • The capital of Spain is one of the largest metropolises in Europe. With over 3.2 million inhabitants, it is the second largest city in the European Union after Berlin. Among others, the following economic sectors are represented:

    • Service
    • Aircraft industry
    • Vehicle industry
    • Textile industry
    • Food industry
    • Financial sector

    Contact: Christian Pape

Mailand
  • Lombardy is home to Italy’s largest conurbation: Milan. The city’s exceptional location helped it rise early on to become an industrial city and is one of the most important economic centres. Among others, the following economic sectors are represented:

    • Automotive
    • Fashion
    • Chemicals
    • Medical technology
    • Mechanical engineering

    Contact: Christian Pape

Paris
  • The largest metropolitan region in the EU and the capital of France are united in one place: Paris. The political, economic as well as cultural centre of France represents a transport hub with six terminus stations and 3 airports. Among others, the following economic sectors are represented:

    • consumer and luxury goods
    • chemical products
    • electrical appliances
    • mechanical engineering
    • Service providers
    • Financial service providers
    • Tourism

    Contact: Christian Pape

Prag
  • The capital of the Czech Republic with its 1.3 million inhabitants has an important function for the country, not only culturally but also economically. The well-preserved old town and thus the presence of history bring the past and the present together fruitfully. Among others, the following economic sectors are represented:

    • Tourism
    • Food
    • Manufacture of electrical appliances

    Contact: Christian Pape

Pune
  • Pune is a city in the Indian state of Maharashtra. With a population of 3.1 million in the city proper and 5 million in the 2011 census, Pune is the ninth largest city in India and the second largest city in Maharashtra after Mumbai. Among others, the following economic sectors are represented:

    • Automobile industry
    • Automotive suppliers
    • IT industry
    • Renewable energies

    Contact: Christian Pape

Warschau
  • With its size and culture, Poland’s capital is an important centre for business and society. The largest city in terms of area is home to over 1.7 million inhabitants and generates around 15% of Poland’s total GDP. Among others, the following economic sectors are represented:

    • Tourism
    • Gateway to Eastern Europe
    • Stock exchange

    Contact: Christian Pape

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