Innsbruck<br />as a<br />Business Location

INNSBRUCK
AS A
BUSINESS LOCATION

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A CLEAR PROFILE FOR ECONOMIC SUCCESS

In order to promote Innsbruck’s economic development, policymakers and the business community came together many years ago to define a number of economic objectives, with a main focus on the creation and protection of good jobs. These goals have been achieved through a policy of internationalisation and support for the dynamics of growth in the region. The municipal authority is committed to maintaining the strong position of its small and medium-size enterprises, positioning Innsbruck as a centre of the service sector and utilising the training and research capacities available in the city, especially at Innsbruck University, for applied research in the interest of trade and industry.
Innsbruck also pursues a policy of collaboration with the surrounding communities with the aim of stimulating commercial activity there. Innsbruck and its business community have always benefited from the city’s location between the two major economic areas of southern Germany and northern Italy. Since 2002 Innsbruck has been the seat of the Permanent Secretariat of the Alpine Convention, which was established in the interest of sustainable development in the Alpine space.

INNSBRUCK AS A CENTRE OF TOURISM

Relative to the number of inhabitants, the Tyrol is one of the world’s most popular tourism regions, and Innsbruck Tourismus – with its forty affiliated municipalities – is one of the biggest tourism associations in Austria. Tourism in the Tyrol, with its dynamic regions and Innsbruck as the administrative centre, is one explanation for the excellent sport and leisure facilities available there.
Numerous trade fairs, exhibitions and conferences are part of Innsbruck’s tourism success story. The impressive international standing enjoyed by the city’s convention centre is underscored by a number of awards: Congress Innsbruck won the prestigious international Apex Award in 2001 and came second in 2005 and third in 2000. Innsbruck’s convention and events centre is the second biggest in Austria after Vienna.

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Wirtschaft und Tourismus

Maria-Theresien-Straße 18
2. Stock
Tel.: +43 512 5360 2116
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Opening hours

Mo-Fr 8.00-12.00 Uhr und nach Vereinbarung

Contact

Christian Kapferer Ext. 2114

Mag. Christian Kogler Ext. 2139

Brigitte Prokesch Ext. 2116

Stefan Schmid Ext. 2118

Landeshauptstadt Innsbruck
A-6020 Innsbruck
Maria-Theresien-Straße 18

Telephone +43 512 5360 1001
post.buergerservice@innsbruck.gv.at

Opening hours Bürgerservice
Montag - Donnerstag 07.00 - 17.30 Uhr
Freitag 07.00 - 12.00 Uhr