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Investment Location Austria

10 October 2017

Royal Automobile Club, Sydney

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10. October 2017Z.36Investment Location Austria

The European Union is the largest market in the world, and Austria is right in the center of it.

When looking to expand your business to Europe or to assist your clients to do so, or when facing the challenge of tackling BREXIT without losing the huge European EU market, then Austria as a driving and attractive business location ought to be considered in your investment decision. 

Hard facts – an attractive tax system; a flexible labor and corporate law regime; a rock solid political system and a business environment with no strikes and wage disputes; a highly skilled workforce and internationally cost and competitive productivity rates; great universities and research organizations; an R&D-rate of more than 3% of GDP and incentives for research and development; and a thriving manufacturing and service sector – and soft facts, Vienna is regularly making it to the top of the list of most liveable countries in the world, are strong arguments for making Austria your investment location.

Austrian private sector and infrastructure assets are also a sought after by institutional investors, looking for profitability and long-term security.

To check it out in more detail, join us for an afternoon-briefing by Austrian lawyers, tax advisors, investment agencies and Australian firms already active in Austria and find out why you should definitely look beyond Paris, Frankfurt and Dublin for your new investment or your post-BREXIT setup in Europe!

  • Location: Royal Automobile Club Sydney, 89 Macquarie Street, Sydney 
  • Time: 03:30 pm for 04:00 pm until 06:00 pm, see full program here [pdf, 204.1kb]
  • Participation: this event is complementary, but strictly by invitation only. Please contact us should you wish to get involved.    
  • Optional: 06:30 pm onwards: cocktail reception for participants and partners at the Sydney Opera House and attendance of a joint concert by the Wiener Sängerknaben and the Gondwana Indigenious Childrens Choir

 

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5 October 2017
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