Tobias Gierling is an investment and trade consultant based in Berlin. For many years he has been advising companies in Germany and abroad that are in the process of building and internationalizing its business. Tobias Gierling is a specialist in commercial relations between Germany – Spain – Latin America and advises different companies when entering and positioning in a market.

The combined experience of marketing, communication, trade and investment promotion in the private as well as the public sector – provides him with the unique ability to advise and assist companies as well as government authorities.

At the Trade and Investment Department of the Argentine Embassy in Germany from 2011 to 2016 he was analyzing trade and investment trends in a variety of sectors ranging from food and beverage to renewable energies, transport and infrastructure, recommending business development and promotional strategies. The previous years of his professional life from 2006 to 2011 were focused on marketing and communications while working as media analyst and PR consultant evaluating, developing and implementing various PR strategies for national and international clients.

International Relations and Public Relations belong to his key competencies.

 

Cooperation partner

Nadine Förster, is a freelance consultant and cooperation partner of Combinado Consult. She is a language teacher, writer, translator and traveler having a passion for Latin America. Due to her professional career she has a vast experience at trade fairs and other customer and product promotion activities and the organization of business delegation trips. She studied Business Administration and Sustainability in Stralsund and Berlin. Nadine is fluent in German, English and Spanish.

 

Mirco Sieg, owner of micropowr energy consulting, is a cooperation partner of Combinado Consult and has been active in the renewable energy sector for more than seven years. As a freelance consultant and author in Düsseldorf, he is currently focusing on knowledge and technology transfer between Germany and South America. One of his focuses lies on the technical, economic and political challenges of using smart microgrids. Previously, he worked for several years as an editor for the photovoltaic journals „pv magazine“ and „photovoltaik“ of the pv magazine group GmbH and Solarpraxis AG in Berlin. As an employee at the Embassy of the Republic of Chile in Berlin, he supported scientific exchange between Germany and the Andean state. Mirco holds a diploma in landscape ecology and is fluent in German, English and Spanish.