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20 April 2020

idverde Continues Growth In Europe By Entering The German Market

Today, idverde entered the German market and thereby strengthens its leading position in the European market.

idverde already has a presence in France, Great Britain, the Netherlands and Denmark and continues to grow in Europe. Today the company opens its first location in Hamburg. This confirms the company’s desire to consolidate its leading position in the care and design of green, recreational and sports facilities.

Joining the idverde group offers a number of advantages, such as entrepreneurial risk minimisation, efficient division of fixed costs, preferential prices with suppliers and synergies. Our employees work according to the strictest safety standards and enjoy a high level of job security due to being part of a larger group, meaning we can carry out a wide range of projects at the highest quality.

“Although we are the European market leader in our sector, we remain first and foremost entrepreneurs in our respective regions and locally involved, so that we perfectly understand the challenges of each area,” explains Jan Jörgenshaus, Director of idverde Germany. “Thanks to our affiliation with the idverde group, we can now actively participate in the consolidation of the German market.”

About idverde

idverde is the European market leader in the design and maintenance of green spaces and sports areas. The group has many years of experience in all markets in which it is represented. In 2019, idverde generated sales of 700 million euros and today employs 7,000 people in Europe. The group works for public and private operators on all types of projects, be they large construction sites or small operations. idverde ensures quality, sustainability and occupational safety in an industry that is still largely artisanal. idverde attaches particular importance to the respect of its customers, its employees and its natural and social environment.

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