Tapptic, first network of mobile agencies in Europe, today announced its new branch office in Berlin, Germany. After establishing new offices in Switzerland and Poland in the last six months, the expansion into the highly developed mobile market in Germany marks a new stage for Tapptic, which was founded in Brussels six years ago. Tapptic in Berlin will be led by serial entrepreneur Daniel Westerlund. He is highly experienced in building up companies and has been an active entrepreneur in the digital arena for several years, having previously founded Digitalime, a front-end agency in Berlin and been a mentor for a range of startups.

“We are kicking off Tapptic Germany with several clients already onboard who have already entrusted us with their mobile and online businesses for a long time. With our broad and comprehensive experience we want to become an important player in the areas of mobile, connected TV, as well as AR/VR and other emerging technology in Germany. My goal is to establish Tapptic as a top consultancy that helps businesses in Germany excel when it comes to digital innovative solutions. Therefore, I’m very excited about starting this journey here in Berlin” said Daniel Westerlund, Managing Director of Tapptic Germany.

The German branch is already profiting from the elements that have led to its success throughout Europe: strategic experience, competence in UI/UX and technical know-how. This marks a new stage for Tapptic, as Christophe Chatillon, CEO of the company, points out:
“With its dynamic economy, expansion into Germany represents an important phase in the development of Tapptic. We know it is a challenging market but it offers us so many great opportunities to create new digital strategies on the basis of innovative digital solutions. Our many years of experience and the ability to build sustainable partnerships with our clients are advantages we will put to good use. Parallel to the mobile apps, we will offer new innovative services and technologies like AR/AV, bots, IoT, wearables, connected cars and connected homes. Those are exactly the disruptive innovations that we are now starting with in Germany.”