Boost your business in Europe – Find your European consultancy for medical devices.
The European medical devices market is the second largest in the world, preceded by the U.S. and followed by Japan. According to a report by the International Trade Administration (US Department of Commerce), the European medical devices market is expected to continue its expansion and grow by 9% every year.
The total European medical devices markets are estimated at 95 Bill. EUR. The leading EU markets are Germany, France, Italy, United Kingdom and Spain.
The European Union embraces a unique patchwork of markets, systems, regulations and mentalities, but also presents challenges and possibilities for the exporters of medical devices. A suitable consultancy firm with expertise in the medical devices sector is the key to your success
Healthcare statistics of selected EU countries.
The medical devices markets of Germany, United Kingdom, France, Italy and Spain are the largest in Europe. Some of the best-known medical device manufacturers are based in these G5 countries and some major players from around the world have operations here. Nevertheless, small-to mid-sized medical device companies make up the majority of the industry.
|Total population||Total expenditure on health||Total expenditure on health|
|2015||per capita (Intl.$,2014)||% of GDP (2014)|
|Source: WHO 2018|
Efficient clinic targeting with the QB-Analyzer
Online tool for quick and easy determination of market potential in the German hospital market. Suitable for marketing analysis and sales control.
• analysis of data with diagrams and corresponding diagrams
• select ICD-Codes and OPS-Procedures and visualize them on the map
• group regional data into clusters
• export the results of the analyzes and illustrate them in reports
With current data of the year 2018.
Find your way in the health market jungle – Klaas consulting – your medical device consultancy
According to your requirements, we offer you a tailor-made service package to enable your smooth and efficient entry onto the market in European countries