ACR - Austrian Cooperative Research is a network of private research institutes offering applied R
Know-Center is a leading European research center for Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, and Data-driven Business. Since 2001, we perform RESEARCH to turn data into intelligence, we support BUSINESS to turn data into value, and we provide an ACADEMY to shape the workforce of tomorrow. With more medical and environmental data being generated nowadays and the ever-growing need to support humanity, we are driving our research towards improving healthcare and quality of living.
Technology-oriented location development: The Lower Austria Technopol Program. Numerous technology-oriented companies already enjoy the advantages offered by Lower Austria as an innovative European high-tech location. In order to position itself even more attractively as a top resettlement location for future industries, Lower Austria is banking on its Technopol strategy, which itself is oriented to international benchmarks, together with its Health Technology Platform.
The Medical Technology Cluster (MTC) of Business Upper Austria, the Upper Austrian government’s location agency, is a regional cluster and the main interface between industry, science and medicine. In total, the MTC’s network consists of approx. 200 partners, whereby the MedTech-Cluster’s aim is to bring together relevant players from the MedTech-industry in order to doing business together, i.e. becoming mutual cooperation partners in either regional, national or international projects.
The Vienna Business Agency supports local and international companies in all phases of their business development, providing advice on all corporate issues and helping expats get up and running in Vienna. Anyone wanting to found a company, start-ups, sole traders, domestic and international small and medium-sized enterprises or corporations will receive all the information they need.
AUSTROMED was founded in 1981 as "Association of Medical Devices Manufacturers in Austria" and is today the leading Austrian representation for all companies engaged in the development, production, distribution and reprocessing of medical devices in Austria. 22.700 employees are working in AUSTROMED's 120 member companies generating a direct output of 1,88 billion Euro in the Austrian economy.
We finance new technology enterprises and companies with innovative business ideas with venture capital. As typical early-stage investor, we have played an active part in the Austrian start-up landscape for many years. However, the support we provide goes far beyond our financial investment. With personal commitment, an international business network and many years of experience, we support you in making your business successful.
The Austrian Association for Quality Assurance and Standardization of Medical and Diagnostic Tests (ÖQUASTA) is a non-profit association that provides External Quality Assessment (EQA) schemes for medical laboratories.
BioNanoNet Forschungsgesellschaft mbH (BNN) is a non-profit research organization owned by the BioNanoNet Association, which currently counts more than 60 member organizations that are active in the fields of Health
ICC is an international network of cereal scientists and technologists from around the globe. ICC is one of the foremost international organisations in this field dedicated to international cooperation, the dissemination of knowledge, and the improvement in safety and quality of cereal-based foods.
PHARMIG and its 120 member companies are committed to secure the supply of medicinal products in the health care system. Through quality and innovation PHARMIG members ensure both social and medical progress. The pharmaceutical industry is dedicated to strengthening Austria’s role as a pharmaceutical and research location. It constitutes an excellent example for the successful cooperation of economy and science which ultimately aids the further development of our knowledge society.
ITG is Salzburg’s innovation centre. As Salzburg’s provincial development agency ITG coordinates and implements the technology-, innovation-related policies of the regional government especially through SME support, Cluster Networks and knowledge/ technology transfer into SMEs. We raise awareness for promising future-oriented business topics and bring these to businesses in Salzburg. We advance existing Salzburg’s economic strengths in cooperation with other institutions with a lifescience focus
The Austrian Society for Biomedical Engineering is a non-profit scientific and educational organisation within the field of medical, clinical and biological engineering. The Society aims at encouraging research and the application of knowledge, and to disseminate information and promote collaboration.
The Austrian Society of Gastroenterology and Hepatology aims to advance research, clinical practice, education, and professional policies in the field of Gastroenterology and Hepatology in Austria.
Accent Inkubator (accent) has long been working toward an accessible, tailored and demand-driven business incubation environment in the rural backyard of Vienna. They were the first in the academic R
The FEEI represents the interests of roughly 300 companies in Austria. Together with its 26 network partners, the primary goal of the FEEI is to improve the competitive position of the Austrian electrical and electronics industry on the global stage. The electrical and electronics industry is a driver of innovation and progress. It is the key economic sector of our time and develops solutions for the future aimed at ensuring more energy efficiency, improved safety and security, and better health
FCIO members and employees work together for an attractive and sustainable chemical industry landscape in Austria. We engage with politics and society for a research and technological friendly environment, in which the chemical industry can provide solutions for the central challenges of society with its power to innovate. FCIO as an employer organisation is engaged in tariff negotiations and agreements with the trade union.
The Austrian Society of Neurology (ÖGN) is the organisation for Austrian neurologists. The ÖGN was established in 2000 from the previous Austrian Society of Neurology and Psychiatry and represents the interests of nearly 1,500 members on scientific and professional policy matters, and promotes neurology in education and advanced training, teaching and research.