Europe Country Comparison Data & Information
- Which country in Europe is the best place to start exporting?
- Where is the ideal country for a European distribution hub?
- Which country offers the best conditions for a European headquarters?
- What is the difference between the European Union (EU) and the Eurozone?
- How do European countries compare to the USA?
- Which European countries have flexible labor practices?
The answers is all of these question are “It depends”. Each country has business pros/cons. Your decisions depend on your business situation. We help by providing a practical Europe country comparison study. This study may be general or specifically designed around your key business drivers.
Europe Country Comparison Study
- General statistics — Population, GDP, GDP per capita, etc.
- Which countries are part of the European Union, the Eurozone, NATO, Schengen, European Free Trade Association (ETFA) and how does that affect your decision making processes
- Which countries use civil versus common law, and the general business implications
- Which countries are part of western Europe, central Europe, eastern Europe, “The Baltics”, “The Balkans”, Benelux, CIS
- Which countries speak which languages and what percent of the population speaks English
- What is the European Union and what does it mean for international business
- General differences in wages, labor costs, unions, dismissal concerns, social costs and other labor practices
- General overview of taxes by country
- Development level and corruption
- Country financial position
Further customization may include items such as –
- Specific country comparisons on key business items of interest such as taxes, labor, salaries, property, etc.
- General or specific market information by country
- How to develop country clusters for sales or distribution regions
Europe Country Comparison Report form –
Your European country comparison report is developed into an easy-to-read presentation deck, packed with data tables, graphs, maps and links to additional information. The report is verbally presented to you or your team during a web or face-to-face meeting by an international business consultant with extensive international business management experience. This approach enables complimentary explanations, examples and answers to your questions. The report normally takes 1-2 hours to review.