Our Cooperation partners
We represent the interests of Austrian companies
The Austrian Economic Chambers represent more than 450,000 member companies. As the voice of Austrian business, we are committed to forward-looking policies which benefit the economy e.g. tax relief, cutting red tape, subsidies.
We boost the economy through our comprehensive services
The Economic Chambers are modern service providers and offer fast expert advice on topics from labour laws to customs information.
We support Austrian companies with our expert knowledge
Through our educational facilities – WIFI, universities of applied sciences – we contribute to improving the competitive ability of domestic companies.
Competence Center for Emerging Markets & Central and Eastern Europe
Our activities range from the identification and preparation of valuable research to the offering of courses, study programs and trainings. We are cooperation partners in all business and management issues that companies face in emerging markets such as assessing the attractiveness of country markets, choosing the right market entry and marketing strategy or finding effective organizational solutions on how to run local operations.
We provide the following services:
- Research and Information
- Networking and Events
- Counseling and Projects
Österreichische Kontrollbank (OeKB)
Oesterreichische Kontrollbank Aktiengesellschaft (OeKB) is Austria’s main provider of financial and information services to the export industry and the capital market. True to its mandate to support the Austrian economy, OeKB has served trade and industry since the institution’s founding in 1946.
OeKB offers a wide range of specialised services to companies in all sectors, including financial institutions and Austrian government agencies. OeKB acts as a central hub in the markets, operating impartially and in accordance with its sustainability policy. Its shareholders are commercial banks located in Austria.
Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies
The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies – wiiw – is one of the principle centres for research on Central, East and Southeast Europe with more than 40 years of experience. Over the years, we have broadened our expertise, increasing our regional coverage – to European integration, the countries of Wider Europe and selected issues of the global economy – and expanding the research areas we work on. At present, our thematic work is focused on macroeconomic developments and structural change, international economics, labour markets and social issues, as well as on selected issues related to sectoral and regional economic developments. wiiw is an independent, non-profit institution. Our staff serves the public and clients alike, delivering economic analyses and research, forecasts, statistical data and policy advice.