Austrian Cultural Day in Business – special event of the year – Austrian networking
November 29, 2019 @ 9:00 am to 5:00 pm CET€350
Promoted by B2BALTIC, by the German-Italian Business Speaker Network DACH-I in cooperation with the regional Austrian Business Agency. Language: English/German. Ideal opportunity to meet-up with the Austrian community and the expat entrepreneurs living in Austria. One day fully in touch with the Austrian culture in business and traditions with tasty things offered during the event. You can present your business case, find new partners or investors for your venture. Otherwise you can use the B2BALTIC-AUSTRIA HUB for your projects in need of private investments or EU-funding.
TICKET: Your Spouses/Partner can join the Austrian Culture Day for free. Please contact our team in B2BALTIC choosing yiur favorite topic and indicating the name of your spouse/partner on time for free pass. Participation for for all day: 350 EUR for members of B2BALTIC. For members and non-members contact us if you want to be written in the list now.
Part of your contribution will be transfered to SOS CHILDRENDS VILLAGE OF ESTONIA LATVIA AND LITHUANIA: the NGO was originally founded in Austria in 1949.
Familiarisation and Orientation Day for Expats
Strange manners, funny greetings and mysterious expressions.
Why is there a special tree in a specific month of the year in most of our town centres, or the Krampus in December? Do all Austrians eat at 12 o´clock and why is everything closed on a Sunday? Did you know you shouldn´t cut your grass on Sunday?
“Krapfen, Krampus to Maibaum kraxeln”
To help you and your family settle our Culture Day offers internationals and their families a perfect opportunity to get together to make some contacts, this event is often the first step to building friendships.
That day will be a relaxed get together for our international professionals and Expat families in trendy high-tech region Upper Austria. We would like to introduce you to some Austrian traditions or customs which you won´t find in your usual guide. You would get the chance to see the city of Linz like a local, ask questions about your life here and taste some typical „Austrian fast food“.