VIENNA and LONDON, August 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Free trip to Vienna for 20 selected start-ups from London
"Junge Wirtschaft Wien", the youth institution of the Austrian Chamber of Commerce, offers its help to British start-ups, which are facing an uncertain future because of the Brexit-vote, and promotes Vienna as an established start-up-hub. In cooperation with another institution of the Austrian Chamber of Commerce, "Junge Wirtschaft Wien" invites 20 selected start-ups to visit Vienna for free. From 5 - 7 October, these start-ups will be informed about the Viennese start-up-scene, will meet business angels and investors and visit the city.
Vienna seizes the opportunity and solicites for British start-ups to settle down in Austria. Therefore, the "Junge Wirtschaft Wien" and another institution of the Chamber of Commerce invites British start-ups to visit Vienna from 5 to 7 October 2016. "Vienna is an established business location for innovative start-ups and has a lot to offer", Jürgen Tarbauer, chairmen of "Junge Wirtschaft Wien" and initiator of this campaign is convinced. "We want to offer British start-ups an opportunity to experience the spirit of Vienna". As an incentive costs for flight and accommodation will be covered for the 20 most remarkable start-ups. Application ends on 9 September.
Vienna is an upcoming start-up-city and was rated among the top 10 of the European start-up-hubs. Especially life sciences and information and communication technology count to the Viennese economy's major areas of expertise. The loaction in the center of Europa, a stable economy and several initiatives and funding programs for start-ups are some of Vienna's advantages.
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SOURCE Junge Wirtschaft Wien