Vienna – a place for entrepreneurs to meet up

It’s no news that Vienna is ideally located in the heart of Europe and it seems like entrepreneurs are also taking advantage of that. THIS article lists the 10 most popular meet up places in Europe, based on the online platform Startuptravels that allows people to find each other based on location. Vienna is ranked…

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Entrepreneurial Mobility

Our world is more connected than ever and mobility is increasingly taken for granted in all aspects and phases of our lives. However, we don’t know much about what role mobility plays for entrepreneurs. In order to find out more about entrepreneurs who left Austria to start their business abroad we cooperated with the Austrian…

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Collaborating to Enable Innovative and Inclusive Entrepreneurship

The potential of collaboration is appreciated by world leaders at the World Economic Forum Special Meeting on Sept. 28th/29th in Istanbul.  The topic of collaboration was taken up by the World Economic Forum at its summit in Istanbul on Sept. 28th/29th 2014. World leaders convened around questions like „How can large companies, governments and other…

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Supertankers and Speedboats

We authored a guest commentary in Austrian’s weekly magazine Format, discussing the need innovation and the ways in which corporates and startups can benefit from each other.

Read more about it HERE

(in German)

NVS is an official supporter of AustrianStartups

“We promote and support startups in Austria” That’s the idea behind Austrian Startups, an association founded in 2013 with the purpose of connecting the Austrian Startup community, engaging founders and speaking with one voice about the needs and objectives of Austrian entrepreneurs. The goal is to provide an enabling platform for entrepreneurs and at the same…

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Public Administration and Austrian peculiarities

Innovation is not only a topic in the private sector, also the public sector needs new ideas on how to deal with inefficient structures and costs that are getting out of hand. Discussions about an administration reform have been going on for years in Austria and yet little has changed.

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