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6 th EMAC Regional Conference 2015 Vienna, Austria CONFERENCE PROGRAM

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1 6 th EMAC Regional Conference 2015 Vienna, Austria September CONFERENCE PROGRAM WEDNESDAY, 16 th SEPTEMBER 2015 University of Vienna Building of the Faculty of Economic Sciences Oskar-Morgenstern-Platz Vienna 17:30-19:00 Registration 18:00-19:30 WELCOME RECEPTION Room: Sky Lounge Oliver Fabel, Dean of the Faculty of Economics, Business and Statistics, University of Vienna Adamantios Diamantopoulos, Co-Conference Chair, University of Vienna Udo Wagner, Co-Conference Chair, University of Vienna THURSDAY, 17 th SEPTEMBER 2015 Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Vienna) WU Campus — Teaching Center (TC) Welthandelsplatz Vienna 08:00-08:30 Registration Ground floor TC 08:30-09:40 CONFERENCE OPENING Ground floor TC Welcome Bodo Schlegelmilch, Dean of the WU Executive Academy and Co-Conference Chair, WU Panel Discussion «Convergence and Divergence in the New Europe: Marketing Challenges and Issues» Günter Thumser, President, Henkel Central Eastern Europe Gernot Rasch, Group Director Marketing Operations, Telekom Austria Group Arnold Schuh, Co-Conference Chair, WU 1

2 09:45-11:15 PARALLEL SESSIONS I Session: Brands and Brand Management Chair: Elif Karaosmanoglu, Istanbul Technical University Global Brand Ownership: The Mediating Role Of Consumer Attitudes And Brand Identification Bartsch Fabian, University of Vienna; Diamantopoulos Adamantios, University of Vienna; Paparoidamis Nicholas G., Catholic University of Lille; Chumpitaz Ruben, Catholic University of Lille Branding From Emerging Countries To The World: Some Conceptual Foundations Chailan Claude, EM Strasbourg Business School Defining The Self-Concept In Relation To National And Private Label Brands Sprott David E., Washington State University; Liu Richie, Washington State University; Spangenberg Eric, UC Irvine; Czellar Sandor, University of Lausanne Session: Communications Chair: Galjina Ognjanov, University of Belgrade An Empirical Analysis Of Wom Extremeness In Controversial Topics Tassiello Vito, Luiss University; De Angelis Matteo, Luiss University; Amatulli Cesare, Luiss University; Costabile Michele, Luiss University Towards A Better Understanding And Measurement Of Consumers Real Trust In Electronic Word-Of-Mouth Weitzl Wolfgang, University of Vienna; Zniva Robert, WU Vienna Session: International Marketing Chair: Maja Szymura-Tyc, University of Economics in Katowice Anti-Consumption In An Emerging Economy: Religious And Environmental Determinants. A Research Proposal Bertea Patricea Elena, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University; Zait Adriana, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University The Impact Of Flexibility-Trust Mechanism On Exporter s Performance In SMEs Bodlaj Mateja, University of Ljubljana; Vida Irena, University of Ljubljana; Povše Helena Cultural Differences In Customer Churn- Lessons From Western And Eastern B-2-B Health Care Markets Falkenreck Christine, University of Kassel; Wagner Ralf, University of Kassel 11:15-11:45: Coffee Break Ground Floor TC 2

3 11:45-13:15 PARALLEL SESSIONS II Session: Country Image Chair: Adamantios Diamantopoulos, University of Vienna Perceived Brand Globalness/Localness Versus Country Stereotypes As Drivers Of Brand Purchase Intentions Davvetas Vasileios, University of Vienna; Halkias Georgios, University of Vienna; Diamantopoulos Adamantios, University of Vienna Country-Product Association: An Exploratory Study Considering The Moderating Effects Of Familiarity And Ethnocentrism Ferreira Antunes De Sousa Ana Daniela, University of Minho; Nobre Helena, University of Aveiro; Farhangmehr Minoo, University of Minho Consumers In Denial Perspectives On Consumers Country-Of-Origin Cue Usage Denial Herz Marc, University of Vienna; Diamantopoulos Adamantios, University of Vienna Session: Internet Marketing 1 Chair: Vatroslav Skare, University of Zagreb The Rise, Reign And Fall Of Internet Memes The Life Cycle Concept For Studying The Evolution Of Internet Memes Csordas Tamas, Corvinus University of Budapest; Horvath Dora, Corvinus University of Budapest; Mitev Ariel, Corvinus University of Budapest Nowcasting New Car Registrations With Google Search Data And Car Manufacturers Website Traffic Doligalski Tymoteusz, Warsaw School of Economics; Tomczyk Emilia, Warsaw School of Economics Session: Marketing in Russia 1 Chair: Julia Solovjova, St. Petersburg State University of Economics Improving Intercultural Awareness Via International Online Debates Between Russia And The U.S. — Intercultural Perspectives Of Long Distance Learning In Marketing Fritz Wolfgang, Braunschweig University of Technology; Trushnikova Irina O., St. Petersburg State University of Economics; Mundorf Norbert, University of Rhode Island Consumer Behavior On The Russian Wellness Market: A Preliminary Investigation Pogrebova Olga, St. Petersburg State University of Economics; Yuldasheva Oxana, St. Petersburg State University of Economics Market Orientation In Russian Companies: External Environment Drivers Shirshova Olga, St. Petersburg State University of Economics and Business; Yuldasheva Oxana, St. Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance 3

4 13:15-14:30: Lunch at Mensa (located in TC Building) 14:30-16:00 PARALLEL SESSIONS III Session: Market Orientation Chair: Wolfgang Fritz, Braunschweig University of Technology Market Orientation And Brand Orientation: Impact On Firm Performance Foltean Florin Sabin, West University of Timisoara; Feder Emőke Szidónia, West University of Timisoara; Ionescu Adrian, West University of Timisoara The Impact Of Proactive Strategies On Market Performance In Economic Downturn: The Case Of Hungary Gyulavári Tamás, Corvinus University of Budapest; Kolos Krisztina, Corvinus University of Budapest Customer Analysis And Firm Performance: Empirical Evidence From The Polish Insurance Market Tomczyk Przemysław, Kozminski University; Zaborek Piotr, Warsaw School of Economics; Doligalski Tymoteusz, Warsaw School of Economics Session: Consumer Behavior 1 Chair: Udo Wagner, University of Vienna I Don t Own It, But It s Mine : Feeling Ownership By Renting Muller Brigitte, Toulon University IAE; Kocher Bruno, University of Lausanne Linking Benefit-Segmentation To The Five-Factor Model Of Personality: An Empirical Study Paetz Friederike, Clausthal University of Technology Determinants Of Price Knowledge For Financial Products: The AFPs Case Farías Pablo, Universidad de Chile Session: Marketing in Russia 2 Chair: Oxana Yuldasheva, St. Petersburg State University of Economics Customer Relationship In The Russian E-Commerce Market Daviy Anna, Higher School of Economics; Rebiazina Vera, Higher School of Economics; Smirnova Maria, Graduate School of Management Saint-Petersburg State University Carving New Marketing Niches: Hidden Champions In Russia Skorobogatykh Irina, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics; Saginova Olga, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics; Musatova Zhana, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics; Purg Danica, CEEMAN 4

5 Values Of Sustainable Development In Customer Segmentation: Russian Vs. Finnish Market Solovjova Julia, St. Petersburg State University of Economics; Nesterova Ekaterina, St. Petersburg State University of Economics 16:00-16:30: Coffee Break Ground Floor TC 16:30-18:00 PARALLEL SESSIONS IV Session: Consumer Behavior 2 Chair: András Bauer, Corvinus University of Budapest Green Consumption Versus Consumption Reduction: Theoretical Model Based On Theory Of Planned Behaviour Kavaliauske Monika, Vilnius University Is It Greener On The Other Side? Assessing The Impact Of Perceptions Of Greenwash And Trust On Purchase Behaviors Paladino Angela, The University of Melbourne; Tee Wenqi, The University of Melbourne An Examination Of Consumer Sentiments Toward Global Green Brands On Twitter: The Use Of Sentiment Analysis Resnik Saba, University of Ljubljana; Kos Koklič Mateja, University of Ljubljana Session: Corporate Social Responsibility Chair: Bodo Schlegelmilch, WU Vienna The Impact Of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Motives On Customer Extra Role Behaviour: The Moderating Role Of Ethical Corporate Identity Karaosmanoglu Elif, Istanbul Technical University; Altingne Nesenur, Istanbul Bilgi University Corporate Social Responsibility And Co-Creation Of Value Between Firms And Employees: Contributes To An Inside Perspective Pereira Olga, University of Minho; Simões Cláudia, University of Minho; Farhangmehr Minoo, University of Minho Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure In Emerging Countries. Evidence From A Content Analysis Of Chinese CSR And Annual Reports Tuan Annamaria, University of Pisa; Corciolani Matteo, University of Pisa; Gandolfo Alessandro, University of Pisa; Dalli Daniele, University of Pisa 5

6 Session: Sales and Retailing Chair: Zsofia Kenesei, Corvinus University of Budapest The Influence Of Digital Signage On Emotions, Cognition, And Behavioral Intentions At The Point Of Sale Garaus Marion, University of Vienna; Manzinger Sandra, University of Vienna; Wagner Udo, University of Vienna Multilevel Approach To The Role Of Sales Manager s Facilitating Of Emotions In Salesperson Orientation And Team Performance Kadic-Maglajlic Selma, University of Sarajevo; Arslanagic-Kalajdzic Maja, University of Sarajevo; Micevski Milena, Loughborough University Organizational Customer Learning Through The Sales-Marketing Interface Keszey Tamara, Corvinus University of Budapest; Lilli Nóra, Corvinus University of Budapest 18:45-19:30: Bus to Conference Dinner Buses wait in Perspektivstraße next to Austria Trend Wien Messe Hotel (WU Campus West Entrance) 19:30-23:00: Conference Dinner at Schloss Wilhelminenberg (Savoyenstraße 2, 1160 Wien) 23:00-23:30: Bus to WU Campus FRIDAY, 18 th SEPTEMBER 2015 Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Vienna) WU Campus — Teaching Center (TC) Welthandelsplatz 1, 1020 Vienna 08:30-10:00 Registration Ground floor TC 09:00-10:30 PARALLEL SESSIONS V Session: Marketing in Russia 3 Chair: Irina Skorobogatykh, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics Consumer Response To Misleading Pricing Tactics: The Case Of Product Downsizing Golovacheva Kseniia, St. Petersburg State University Cooperation At Different Stages Of Innovation Process: The Effect On Performance Khomich Svetlana, St. Petersburg State University; Smirnova Maria, Saint-Petersburg State University; Rebiazina Vera, National Research University — Higher School of Economics 6

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7 Customer Personal Values, Individuality And Purchase Experience Linked With Customer Satisfaction Musatova Zhanna, Plekhanov Russian Economic University; Saginova Olga, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics; Skorobogatykh Irina, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics; Zavyalova Nadezda, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics Session: Marketing Theory Chair: József Berács, Kecskemét College The Effect Of Relationship Heaviness Of Supply Chain Triads On The Performance Of The Focal Firm Gelei Andrea, Corvinus University of Budapest; Kenesei Zsofia, Corvinus University of Budapest The Role Of Marketing Mix Elements In Corporate Ethics Statements Sincic Coric Dubravka, University of Zagreb; Murphy Patrick E., University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business; Brecic Ružica, University of Zagreb Questioning The Validity Of An Economic Axiom In Marketing Context Veres Zoltan, Budapest Business School; Platz Petra, Széchenyi István University Session: Quality and Value Chair: George Balabanis, Cass Business School — City University London It s The Same Product, But It s Not: Different Quality Signals Of Niche Category Versus Mass- Market Category Charinsarn Alisara Rungnontarat, Thammasat University Purchasing Products Online: Does The Quality Perception Differ? Kemeny Ildiko, Corvinus University of Budapest; Simon Judit, Corvinus University of Budapest; Nagy Ákos, University of Pécs; Szűcs Krisztián, University of Pécs 10:30-11:00: Coffee Break Ground Floor TC 11:00-12:30 PARALLEL SESSIONS VI Session: Consumer Behavior 3 Chair: Veronica Wong, University of Kent A Three-Country Analysis Of Cultural And Non-Cultural Antecedents Of Digital Piracy Kos Koklic Mateja, University of Ljubljana; Kukar-Kinney Monika, University of Richmond; Vida Irena, University of Ljubljana 7

8 The Role Of Cultural Heritage In Country Image Research. Proposal And Testing Of A Cultural Heritage Image (CHEI) Scale. Mainolfi Giada, UNINT; De Nisco Alessandro, University of Sannio; Marino Vittoria, University of Salerno; Napolitano Maria Rosaria, University of Sannio The Role Of Perceived Privacy In Loyalty Programs: An Insight Into How Consumers Perceived Loyalty Program Benefits Are Affected Stathopoulou Anastasia, London University; Balabanis George, Cass Business School, London Session: Service Marketing Chair: Durdana Ozretic-Dosen, University of Zagreb An Exploratory Study Of Intercultural Service Experiences From Both Sides Of The Counter Kenesei Zsófia, Corvinus University of Budapest; Stier Zsófia, Corvinus University of Budapest Microaggressions In Service Encounters: Low-Income Students In An Elite Private University Motta Paulo Cesar, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro; Barbosa Anna Leticia, IAG- Business School PUC-Rio Customer Perceived Value And Outcomes In Business Relationships: Are Service Clients Different? Arslanagic-Kalajdzic Maja, University of Sarajevo; Zabkar Vesna, University of Ljubljana Session: Internet Marketing 2 Chair: Corneliu Munteanu, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University Users Perception Of Online Consumer Reviews In Virtual Commerce Communities Markos-Kujbus Éva, Corvinus University of Budapest; Csordás Tamás, Corvinus University of Budapest Go With The Flow : Exploring The Relationship Between Online Flow And Perceived Quality Of A Brand Website — A Structural Modeling Approach Obadă Daniel Rareș, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University; Ceobanu Ciprian, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University; Munteanu Corneliu, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University Towards Understanding Consumers’ Acceptance Of Location-Based Services In Mobile Applications Skare Vatroslav, University of Zagreb; Ozretic-Dosen Durdana, University of Zagreb; Komarac Tanja, University of Zagreb; Mikulić Josip, University of Zagreb 8

9 12:30-13:30 CLOSING SESSION Roland Rust, Editor of the International Journal of Research in Marketing Keynote Speech by Gerrit van Bruggen, EMCA President: «Marketing and the Connected Customer» Andras Bauer, EMAC Vice President Conferences Arnold Schuh, Co-Conference Chair, WU 13:30-15:00 Lunch at Mensa 15:00-16:00 WU Campus Tour by Arnold Schuh and Christoph Kecht Websites: Conference Website: WU Vienna: University of Vienna: City of Vienna: EMAC: Contact — Organizational Team Arnold Schuh (WU) Phone: Kerstin Kvapil (WU) Phone: Anne-Laure Marteaux (EMAC) Phone: +32 (0)

IWS 2015 Vienna 8th International Workshop on Simulation

About IWS 2015 Vienna

The Conference will be between 21 Sep and 25 Sep 2015.

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IWS 2015 Vienna will probably be a platform where a lot of crucial topics will be discussed. Some of these are Information Technology, Computing and Simulation.

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IBA Annual Conference 2015, Vienna, Austria

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Regional Session Vienna 2020

Over 70 participants from all over Europe will gather in Austria’s capital in February to discuss the most pressing issues in the field of sustainability and find solutions for them.

While the European Youth Parliament Austria is providing a platform for the exchange of ideas, it is also vital for us to host an event that is as sustainable as possible. All participants should be aware of the waste of resources, environmental pollution and a sustainable lifestyle in general. Our goal for the event is to have a carbon footprint that is as small as possible.

The RS Vienna 2020 is presided by Patrik Bruschek (AT) and head-organised by Anna Tauber (AT) and Klara Weismann (AT).

Regional Sessions of EYP Austria

Never experienced EYP before and not sure what you’re getting yourself into? Patricia Azevedo (CH) lists 10 Golden Rules that EYPers swear by to get them through a session!

Meeting Overview

Pre-Congress Courses

‘Hands-On’ Courses and Workshops will take place on Tuesday 24 September 2020.

Wednesday 25 September 2020

All breaks are in the Exhibition Area

Parallel Hall B Parallel Hall N Small Hall

Symposium: Mistakes are the portals of discovery — a tip, a trick and an error trap

Educational:

Core Subject Update

Keynote Lecture: Increasing incidence of rectal cancer in the young


Official Opening Ceremony

Consultants’ Corner

Educational: How to develop guidelines

(packed lunch provided)

Light Lunch,
Exhibition, Posters

ESCP AGM

Surgical Video Session

International Trials Results Forum

Free Papers

Pelvic Floor / Functional and IBD

ESCP women: Past, Present and Future

Coffee Break, Exhibition, Posters

Young ESCP Session

The Great Debate: Is it a must or is it dust?

Pelvic Floor session

Keynote Lecture:

Redefining boundaries with the PelvEx and REACCT global collaboratives

The Lars Påhlman EBSQ medal

Educational: New technologies — how to become a proficient robotic surgeon

Educational: Best publication of the year

Free Papers

Free Papers


ESCP Fellowships Update

ESCP Welcome Reception, Welcome Posters (in the Exhibition Area on Level 0)

11th Anorectal & Pelvic Floor Ultrasound Workshop will take place on Wednesday 25 September. Please click the link for the programme and venue details.

Thursday 26 September 2020

All breaks are in the Exhibition Area

Parallel Hall F2 Parallel Hall M

Educational:

How to get surgical information in 2020

Symposium: Atypical colitis, proctology and anal neoplasia

Joint ESCP/ECCO Symposium

EuroSurg Student Session

Coffee Break, Exhibition, Posters

Keynote Lecture: Prehabilitation, nutrition and optimisation for major surgery

Educational: Interactive Trainee Workshop

Global Surgery

Free Papers

Free Papers

19:30 until late

Friday 27 September 2020

All breaks are in the Exhibition Area

Joint ESCP/EHTG Symposium

Educational: Optimising pre and post operative care, improving outcome and reducing complications

Brunch, Exhibition, Posters

Symposium: Simple solutions for challenging perineal problems

Educational: The Big Debate — CME Open vs Laparoscopic

Closing ceremony

EBSQ examinations

EBSQ examinations will be held on Friday 27 and Saturday 28 September 2020.

The written examination will take place on Friday afternoon. Individual oral examinations will be scheduled on Saturday 28 September, and venue details/timings will be available on the UEMS website nearer the time of the ESCP meeting.

UN COMMISSION ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW CONCLUDES 38TH SESSION IN VIENNA

Parallel Hall F2 Parallel Hall M

ESCP Honorary Member Awards

ESCP Awards

Symposium: Strategies for managing locally advanced colonic cancer

Symposium: Trials Methodology
10:20 — 11:40

As a follow-up to the adoption of the draft convention, the Commission decided that the Working Group on Electronic Commerce could discuss legal issues concerning cross-border recognition of electronic signatures and online dispute resolution.

The Working Group on Procurement reported on its ongoing revision of the 1994 Model Law on Procurement of Goods, Construction and Services, to reflect new practices, in particular those that resulted from the use of electronic communications in public procurement. The Working Group on Transport Law reported on its development of a new international transport convention with multi-modal application, encompassing innovations such as electronic transport documents. The Working Group on Security Interests reported on its development of a draft legislative guide on secured transactions. The Working Group on Arbitration reported on its drafting of an article revising the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration, with respect to the provision of interim measures, including the question of whether interim measures can be ordered on an ex parte basis. The Commission discussed possible future topics of interest to the Working Group on Arbitration, which could include legal issues relating to arbitrability, online dispute resolution and a review of the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules, noting that a conference would be held in Vienna on 6-7 April 2006 to mark the thirtieth anniversary of those Arbitration Rules.

A number of proposals were made for future work to be undertaken by the Commission on the topic of insolvency law, including on the treatment of corporate groups in insolvency and the use of cross-border protocols in transnational insolvency cases. The Commission agreed that in order to obtain the views of international organizations and insolvency experts on the proposed topics, an international colloquium should be held in Vienna from 14-16 November 2005.

The Commission welcomed the efforts and initiatives of its Secretariat aimed at increasing coordination and cooperation with other international organizations active in the field of international trade law, noting specific efforts in the fields of insolvency law, electronic commerce and commercial fraud. The Commission reiterated its commitment to fulfilling its mandate to ensure coordination with other international organizations and the forging of collaborative relationships to avoid duplication of work. It noted that the recent expansion of the Secretariat and the creation of a new Technical Assistance and Coordination Unit would facilitate the achievement of those goals.

The Commission is composed of 60 member States elected by the United Nations General Assembly. Membership is structured so as to be representative of the world’s geographic regions and its principal economic and legal systems. Members of the Commission are elected for six-year terms.

Current members are: Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Benin, Brazil, Cameroon, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Fiji, France, Gabon, Germany, Guatemala, India, Iran, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Lithuania, Madagascar, Mexico, Mongolia, Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, Paraguay, Poland, Qatar, Republic of Korea, Russian Federation, Rwanda, Serbia and Montenegro, Sierra Leone, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Venezuela and Zimbabwe.

Vienna

Vienna’s history dates back to around about the first century AD, when the Romans established the military camp Vindobona. Today’s cityscape is characterised by the abundance of baroque buildings created mostly under the rule of Empress Maria Theresia and Emperor Franz Joseph, who was largely responsible for the monumental architecture round the Ringstraße.

  • A great view over Vienna Volksgarten, a public garden © Wien Tourismus / Christian Stemper
  • St. Stephen´s Cathedral © Österreich Werbung / Julius Silver
  • Ringstraße in Wien © Österreich Werbung / Julius Silver
  • The Giant Ferris Wheel at the Prater © Österreich Werbung / Karl Thomas
  • Freizeitparadies Donauinsel © Wien Tourismus / Christian Stemper
  • Sightseeing Opera Vienna © Österreich Werbung / Peter Burgstaller
  • Abend ueber Wien © Österreich Werbung / Georg Popp
  • A great view over Vienna Volksgarten, a public garden © Wien Tourismus / Christian Stemper
  • St. Stephen´s Cathedral © Österreich Werbung / Julius Silver
  • Ringstraße in Wien © Österreich Werbung / Julius Silver
  • The Giant Ferris Wheel at the Prater © Österreich Werbung / Karl Thomas

  • Freizeitparadies Donauinsel © Wien Tourismus / Christian Stemper
  • Sightseeing Opera Vienna © Österreich Werbung / Peter Burgstaller
  • Abend ueber Wien © Österreich Werbung / Georg Popp

Schönbrunn Palace, the former imperial summer residence, is one of Vienna’s most popular sights. The sumptuous palace with its beautifully tended formal gardens, the Gloriette monument, Palm House and zoo attracts hordes of visitors each year. Then there is the huge Hofburg (Imperial Palace), which was the base of the Habsburgs for over six centuries.

The splendid baroque Belvedere Palace today houses the Österreichische Galerie (Austrian Gallery), displaying the largest collection of works by Klimt and Kokoschka, as well as famous paintings by Schiele. Vienna’s prime landmarks are the gothic Stephansdom (St. Stephen’s Cathedral), the giant big wheel in the Prater (Vienna’s old recreational park), and the Spanish Riding School with its famous Lipizzaner horses. In the heart of Vienna, 200m from the State Opera, you’ll find a unique, tropical oasis — the Imperial Butterfly House. In one of the world’s most beautiful Art Noveau palm houses you can admire around 400 live, free flying butterflies all year round. Absorb the colours and grace with which they float through the air, past waterfalls and exotic plants, in an environment as true to nature as possible.

Vienna has more museums and galleries of international reputation than you can shake a stick at. Take, for example, the Museum of Fine Arts with the world’s largest collection of Bruegel paintings, MuseumsQuartier with the Leopold Museum, the Museum Moderner Kunst (Museum of Modern Art), Architekturzentrum (Architectural Center) and the Kunsthalle, all ranking among the city’s most important cultural venues.

Vienna owes much of its international fame to the many celebrated composers who lived and worked here, including Strauß, Mozart, Beethoven and Haydn. The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra is one of the world’s best, the State Opera amongst the leading opera houses, not to forget the famous Vienna Boys’ Choir.

In Vienna, the old coffee house culture and rustic wine taverns stand alongside top restaurants and shops, and time-honored events alternate with internationally-acclaimed extravaganzas such as the Life Ball to create a unique and very special ambiance. All of this, plus plenty of greenspace and recreational areas including the Wienerwald, the Prater and the Danube Island make Vienna a very special city to visit.

When visiting Vienna, make sure you benefit from the advantages of the Vienna Card or the new Vienna PASS.

Business Location Vienna

Population: 1,888,776 million
Area: 414,87 km²
Employed Population (2020): 848,531 (Source: WKO)
Regional BIP per capita (2020): 50,000 Euro (Source: WKO)

Vienna is the economic heart of Austria and home to over 200 multinational corporation headquarters. More than two thirds of all international activities have been concentrating in the country’s capital for many years: Oesterreichische Nationalbank (OeNB), for example, estimates the total value of all foreign enterprises in Vienna at EUR 75 billion and more than 100,000 employees. Vienna has the highest quality of life in the world and was awarded as the “most prosperous city” by the United Nations. Its high productivity ranks Vienna also among the top regions of the EU – many enterprises appreciate the city’s location as a hub and access point to CEE markets. Its infrastructure, e.g. Vienna International Airport, is excellent and even features the global internet exchange point VIX. About 1,000 R & D companies have secured Vienna the position as Austria’s research center. With a research ratio of 3.5 percent, Vienna is once again one of the leading regions in the EU.

Education

Vienna is home to some 200,000 students and 20 universities, turning the city into the largest location of tertiary studies in the entire German-speaking region and among the most important student cities in the world. While one out of every two Viennese residents between 19 and 26 years is enrolled at a tertiary institution, one out of every four students comes from abroad. Following in the footsteps of 650 years of tradition at the University of Vienna, which has produced several Nobel laureates, research and development play a significant role in Vienna – which directly benefits business located in Vienna as well. Also in terms of professional training, Vienna and its dual education system can look back on a long history of focusing on highest quality.

University of Natural Ressources and Life Sciences, Vienna: www.boku.ac.at

  • Vienna University of Economics and Business: www.wu.ac.at
  • Research

    Vienna is the Central European center for basic and applied research with about 40,000 individuals, about 5 percent of those employed in Vienna, involved. Almost EUR 3 billion or EUR 1,500 per inhabitant are spent for research and development each year. Aside from universities, universities of applied sciences and private universities, extra-mural research institutions, such as the Austrian Academy of Sciences, the Austrian Institute of Technology, the Christian Doppler Laboratories or the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute play a vital role.


    The number of research companies in Vienna has tripled to over 750 in the past 15 years. Most R & D expenditures are invested by Siemens, Böhringer-Ingelheim, Bosch and Kapsch.

    Businesses

    Vienna is the location of choice for about 100,000 businesses, many of which are world market leaders in their respective fields. Some 22 0 multinational corporations have their regional headquarters in Vienna, often responsible for the CEE region. When it comes to capital markets, Vienna is once again a crucial regional hub with headquarters of large, international banks.

    Business promotion & funding

    The Vienna Business Agency is the first point of contact for Viennese companies, international business and start-ups. It offers financial support, real estate and urban development incentives as well as free service and advice.

    Advantages for your business

    Promotion & funding:
    Businesses of all sizes and across all industries receive support financed by the City of Vienna’s public funds.

    Real estate:
    Properties and office space is made available for businesses.

    Consulting:
    Free consulting for all Viennese entrepreneurs.

    For more information about Vienna, please contact our colleagues, this is their website: www.wirtschaftsagentur.at

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    We are lucky to benefit from a lot of reserach incentives here in Austria. We are very proud to be here as Austria is an ideal location for research.

    news from the business location Austria

    Central European University launches EMBA for the Open World


    With the opening of its Vienna campus, CEU is launching a thoroughly redesigned Executive MBA.

    Ins > Startups and key players on the scene will gather together at the upcoming Fintech Week Vienna (18 – 24 November 2020) with the European Fintech Summit on 19 November as the highlight. Vienna, which is (still) underestimated as a European FinTech hotspot, not only spawns its own world-renowned start-ups but also attracts international FinTech companies.

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    Business Location Vienna

    Population: 1,888,776 million
    Area: 414,87 km²
    Employed Population (2020): 848,531 (Source: WKO)
    Regional BIP per capita (2020): 50,000 Euro (Source: WKO)

    Vienna is the economic heart of Austria and home to over 200 multinational corporation headquarters. More than two thirds of all international activities have been concentrating in the country’s capital for many years: Oesterreichische Nationalbank (OeNB), for example, estimates the total value of all foreign enterprises in Vienna at EUR 75 billion and more than 100,000 employees. Vienna has the highest quality of life in the world and was awarded as the “most prosperous city” by the United Nations. Its high productivity ranks Vienna also among the top regions of the EU – many enterprises appreciate the city’s location as a hub and access point to CEE markets. Its infrastructure, e.g. Vienna International Airport, is excellent and even features the global internet exchange point VIX. About 1,000 R & D companies have secured Vienna the position as Austria’s research center. With a research ratio of 3.5 percent, Vienna is once again one of the leading regions in the EU.

    Education

    Vienna is home to some 200,000 students and 20 universities, turning the city into the largest location of tertiary studies in the entire German-speaking region and among the most important student cities in the world. While one out of every two Viennese residents between 19 and 26 years is enrolled at a tertiary institution, one out of every four students comes from abroad. Following in the footsteps of 650 years of tradition at the University of Vienna, which has produced several Nobel laureates, research and development play a significant role in Vienna – which directly benefits business located in Vienna as well. Also in terms of professional training, Vienna and its dual education system can look back on a long history of focusing on highest quality.

    University of Natural Ressources and Life Sciences, Vienna: www.boku.ac.at

  • Vienna University of Economics and Business: www.wu.ac.at
  • Research

    Vienna is the Central European center for basic and applied research with about 40,000 individuals, about 5 percent of those employed in Vienna, involved. Almost EUR 3 billion or EUR 1,500 per inhabitant are spent for research and development each year. Aside from universities, universities of applied sciences and private universities, extra-mural research institutions, such as the Austrian Academy of Sciences, the Austrian Institute of Technology, the Christian Doppler Laboratories or the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute play a vital role.

    The number of research companies in Vienna has tripled to over 750 in the past 15 years. Most R & D expenditures are invested by Siemens, Böhringer-Ingelheim, Bosch and Kapsch.

    Businesses

    Vienna is the location of choice for about 100,000 businesses, many of which are world market leaders in their respective fields. Some 22 0 multinational corporations have their regional headquarters in Vienna, often responsible for the CEE region. When it comes to capital markets, Vienna is once again a crucial regional hub with headquarters of large, international banks.

    Business promotion & funding

    The Vienna Business Agency is the first point of contact for Viennese companies, international business and start-ups. It offers financial support, real estate and urban development incentives as well as free service and advice.

    Advantages for your business

    Promotion & funding:
    Businesses of all sizes and across all industries receive support financed by the City of Vienna’s public funds.

    Real estate:
    Properties and office space is made available for businesses.

    Consulting:
    Free consulting for all Viennese entrepreneurs.

    For more information about Vienna, please contact our colleagues, this is their website: www.wirtschaftsagentur.at

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    18. — 20.11.2020, Graz, Austria

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    Storage and distribution for Eastern Europe is more economical from Vienna than from Prague or Budapest. Because shipping business between the individual reform nations is barely developed, whereas neary every Eastern destination is serviced from Vienna several times a week.

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    Central European University launches EMBA for the Open World

    With the opening of its Vienna campus, CEU is launching a thoroughly redesigned Executive MBA.

    Ins > Startups and key players on the scene will gather together at the upcoming Fintech Week Vienna (18 – 24 November 2020) with the European Fintech Summit on 19 November as the highlight. Vienna, which is (still) underestimated as a European FinTech hotspot, not only spawns its own world-renowned start-ups but also attracts international FinTech companies.

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