Interim Management in Germany

The interim management firm MANAGERIM, offers you interim managers in Germany.

All of our interim managers were carefully selected through a rigorous and demanding process.

Find an interim manager in Germany

Many companies of all sizes (start-ups, SMEs, midcaps, large groups, investment funds) and all sectors (industry, retail, services, etc.), based in Germany, face emergency situations or the need to rapidly transform.

Interim management is now recognized as a managerial solution to meet such challenges and drive change.

Contact MANAGERIM, your interim management company to mobilize an interim manager in Germany

MANAGERIM, an expert interim management company, rapidly mobilizes the interim manager with the profile best suited for each situation for its clients in Germany (in Munich, Stuttgart, Nuremberg, Düsseldorf, Hambourg, Francfort, Cologne or Berlin etc.).

Our interim managers have developed a solid track record of intervention in various situations in:

• relay/interim management - replacement of a manager on short notice

• operational reinforcement

• project management

• performance improvement

• process optimization

• crisis management

• restructuring and turnaround

• transformation management

• growth acceleration

• launch of a new activity

• integration of an acquisition

• managing a carve out

• company digitalization

Our vast community of experts brings together interim managers, executives and leaders in all functions of the company, in top and middle management and in diverse sectors of activity.

Our interim managers are men and women selected after a rigorous and demanding process, as much for their expertise as for their interpersonal skills.

Economic dynamism in Germany

With over 84 million inhabitants, Germany is the most populated country in the European Union and the leading economic power in the European Union. Since 2008, It ranks fourth in the world behind the United States, Japan, and China. In 2017, Germany was the world’s third-largest exporter behind China and the United States, and the country with the world’s largest trade surplus in 2018.

In terms of average per capita income in large cities, Munich is in 1st position ahead of Stuttgart, Nuremberg, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Frankfurt and Cologne. Berlin but especially Leipzig and Duisburg round out the list.

Some German companies are world leaders in their field (chemical industry, reinsurance, hard-discount supermarkets). Other companies are European leaders in their fields (automotive manufacturing, automotive equipment, rail, airline, logistics, software companies, sporting goods manufacturing). Many SMEs (the «Mittelstand») occupy the first place in the world or European market.

The German economy has a first-class communication network: the longest motorway network in Europe, a particularly dense rail network, and three waterways: the Rhine as the world’s first freight river, the Rhine-Main-Danube link and the Mittelland Canal. Germany is the fourth largest maritime economy in the world.

In 2021, electricity generation originated from:

  • fossil fuel power plants: 43,8 % (lignite: 18,5 %, coal: 9,3 %, natural gas: 15,2 %, oil: 0,8%),
  • renewable energy: 40,5 % (wind: 20,1 %, photovoltaic: 8,4 %, biomass: 7,7 %, hydraulic: 3,3 %, waste: 1,0 %),
  • nuclear: 11,8 %.

Germany is a major industrial power. About 33% of the labor force works in this sector. The main sectors in turnover are:

  • automotive manufacturing (world leader, leading industrial sector in Germany, 40% of German exports)
  • agribusiness (the largest in Europe and the 4th largest industrial sector in Germany)
  • machine-tools (largest supplier, 2nd German industrial sector)
  • mechanical construction (19.3% of world market)
  • chemical industry (1st in Europe and 3rd in the world)
  • electronics (European leader, 5th in the world)

The building sector is the leading market for construction in Europe.

The tertiary sector is Germany’s largest employer. With more than 40% SMEs/SMIs, it employs nearly 28 million people (69% of the workforce), of which 10 million in commerce, hotels, restaurants and transport.

Finally, in the agricultural sector (about 1% of the working population), Germany is just behind France in terms of cereal production but ranks first in Europe in terms of milk production.

Are you looking for an interim manager immediately available in Germany?


Our team is at your disposal and will rapidly mobilize the most adapted interim manager to your situation and your challenges.