Enlarging our European footprint with a German office

On the threshold of closing our fiscal year (June 30, 2016) with an organic growth of nearly 30%, we’re thrilled to announce the next episode in our international expansion… the opening of a Düsseldorf office! With innovation at the heart of our company, we have been recognized by GRIT (Greenbook Research Industry Trends) report as the most innovative agency in Europe and third most innovative agency worldwide, giving us wings to keep crossing borders.
Co-founder and CEO Kristof De Wulf declares it is the right timing for InSites Consulting to move into the German market:

We feel the German market is ready to embrace a new way of thinking when it comes to learning from consumers and we are confident our consumer-centric approach can make a positive difference in their market. Being recently rewarded with the German Online Research (GOR) Best Practice Award for our latest innovation, the Insight Activation Studio, is a sign that we are on the right track.

Of course we’re not starting from scratch in the third biggest research market globally (following US and UK). Christophe Vergult, Managing Partner and Business Development Manager, explains:

Over the past year, we have developed a strong portfolio of German-speaking clients in major industry sectors including consumer goods, travel and healthcare. Opening an office in Germany is the logical next step to strengthen our position in that market and to better serve our clients in Germany, Switzerland and Austria.”

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