INDIPA (stands for “INternationaler DIenstleistungs PArtner”, international service partner) was founded by Christoph Schulte in 2006.
After graduating from high school and successfully completing his bank training, Christoph studied business administration in Bochum and Cologne. As a business graduate, he works for Mercuri International, an international management consultancy for marketing and sales. He has advised DAX®-listed companies such as BASF, Commerzbank, Deutsche Post and well-known companies such as Camfil Farr, DORMA, PwC, Smurfit Kappa and WIKA.
To realise his business idea of not only advising clients, but also supporting them in their day-to-day business and in implementing improvements, Christoph founded INDIPA. His inclination to penetrate complex things on the one hand (so Christoph is also a member of Mensa, www.mensa.org) and his hands-on mentality on the other hand are reflected in the INDIPA business model. The diagram on the right illustrates the strategic and operational dimensions of the field of activity.
In terms of content, the focus of INDIPA’s activities is the comprehensive, commercial support of its international clients in Germany. The spectrum of services ranges from market analysis to the development of a market development strategy, the foundation and establishment of a German company including a business address, to the operational takeover of administrative and sales activities. INDIPA attaches particular importance to the aspect of working in partnership with its clients. This means that we work closely with our customers on a long-term basis. INDIPA is highly committed to the interests of its customers. Time and again, INDIPA customers are surprised by how well the INDIPA team knows them, their products and their customers and how committed all team members are to their customers.
Entrepreneurs are successful because they are our clients!
To increase the economic success of our customers by fusing their core competencies with our commercial and sales expertise.
Sustainability, trust (openness, transparency, control) and partnership.