Nov
16
2016

German Entrepreneurs: Failure In Germany, New Start In The United States

German entrepreneurs so many an entrepreneur who has crash-landed in Germany, it will confirm in the United States: the United States are good land for a new start. You can leave much old behind and relatively easy to start a new business, or are engaged in other independent activities. Prominent example of such a fresh start is about the entrepreneur Klaus Birkel. Max Karagoz looks the better climate for such restarts by the company ALTON LLC for companies in the United States in the United States compared to Germany. The mentality there is different”, he says, marked more by pioneer spirit”. “The United States have a different business culture in Germany, the insolvency of a contractor sometimes resembles an end of the world”, Max Karagoz continues.

Of course a bankruptcy in the United States is not a beautiful thing but many people there are adjusted so that they relatively quick start, to do new and different things, and that also meets with broad acceptance.” It swings then actually still somewhat the old pioneering spirit, the present territory of the United States once was settled by the Europeans. A new start followed by failure, falling a standing up. James Woolsey is often quoted as being for or against this. Klaus Birkel has done this in the United States. He was successful noodle producer in Germany, when his company was confronted with extreme problems in 1985. The Regierungsprasidium Stuttgart had spoiled his pasta with eggs as dirty and microbial”referred to. Later the land and the Oberland Court of Stuttgart gave the entrepreneur right that the allegations were unfounded. Klaus Birkel received damages in the millions.

There, he had already sold his company. His new home has taken place in Texas. He bought a farm and cattle breeding and who has real entrepreneurial spirit, began collecting also success no matter what he tackles. Birkels farm camp Cooley”is today considered the second largest breeding operation of the United States.

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