About Us

About Us

We started ResearchGermany.com in order to offer our unique list of Germany’s 1,000 largest companies to English-speaking customers. We founded our company in 2017 by launching the German portal Listenchampion.de. By now, we are the market leader in Germany, Switzerland and Austria for lists of companies and investors. Customers can download our Excel-lists of relevant firms with just a few clicks. Our customer support is available via phone, email and live-chat. Our office is located in Munich, Germany, our shop is certified by Trusted Shops, our customers are working for Europe’s leading industrial companies, investment and consulting firms.

Excellence in customer satisfaction is our core priority

We want our customers to have the best experience. Besides our top-notch quality lists with several useful data points, we offer a unique customer support experience. We want every customer to thrive by using our lists. You’ve got some open questions? We are more than happy to help. Drop us a line via e-mail or live-chat or simply call us.

Jan-Erik Flentje
Founder
Leo Semmelmann
Founder

Our founding team consists of Jan-Erik Flentje and Leo Semmelmann. We have worked for banks, industrial companies, startups and venture capital funds before starting our research group “Research Ventures”. We combine extensive knowledge in research, data science and crawler technologies in order to offer the best and most-useful databases for our customers.

Based on advanced crawling technology, combined with an experienced research team

We know at Research Germany that good company databases have to bring two things together: advanced crawling technologies with manual work of experienced market research professionals. We combine both. Our technology stack works with Python-based web crawlers. We read out thousands of company websites every year. But also every entry is manually added by our research professionals to our lists. Thereby we can ensure the highest possible quality in our list of the largest companies in Germany.