Wirtschaftsstandort Österreich 08 2012
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Der Wirtschaftsstandort Österreich ist für internationale Investoren äußerst profitabel. Optimaler Marktzugang zu den Wachstumsmärkten Ost- und Südosteuropas, gut ausgebildete und hoch ...

Der Wirtschaftsstandort Österreich ist für internationale Investoren äußerst profitabel. Optimaler Marktzugang zu den Wachstumsmärkten Ost- und Südosteuropas, gut ausgebildete und hoch motivierte Mitarbeiter, modernste Infrastruktur und hochwertige Technologie sind am Standort Österreich selbstverständlich.

Moderate Unternehmensbesteuerung, attraktive Forschungsförderung und effiziente Verwaltung sind die Rahmenbedingungen für den wirtschaftlichen Erfolg von Unternehmen.

Soziale und wirtschaftliche Stabilität, gepaart mit höchster Lebensqualität, machen Österreich zum idealen Standort für Ihr Investment.

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  • Folie 1Business Location AustriaABA-Invest in Austria August 2011
  • Folie 2You know Austria like this …
  • Folie 329,227,827,327,224,723,721,321,818,8AustriaGermanyJapanSwitzerlandEU-27NetherlandsUSAUKFranceInvest in an Industrialized CountrySource: OECD, EurostatProduction sectors as percentage of GDP, 2010
  • Folie 4Customers with High Purchasing Power 8.4 million inhabitants 50 m consumers within 400 km GDP/capita 2012: EUR 32,100 Number 3 in the EU in respect topurchasing power GDP growth: 0.6 % (forecast 2012) Inflation: 3.6% (2011) Companies as customers:Gross fixed capital formation 21.1% ofGDPSource: Austrian Federal Bank, Austrian Institute for Economic Research
  • Folie 5East-West Business Platform in theHeart of Europe Ideal access to EU markets – bestconnections to East / South East Europe Excellent traffic connections More than 1,000 international companiescoordinate their CEE / SEE activities 300 CEE headquarters Know-how of Austrian service providers
  • Folie 6Exploit the Advantages at the Interface Excellent CEE know-how of Austrian serviceproviders such as banks, lawyers and logisticscompanies Historically matured cultural understanding ofAustrians for Eastern Europe High percentage of employees with CEE languagecompetencies Good traffic connections (Vienna Airport) Political stability and security
  • Folie 7Vienna Airport –the Leading Hub to CEE and SEEAustrian Airlines:24 countries45 destinations578 flights per weekQuelle: Vienna Airport 2012
  • Folie 8Optimal Access to Growing MarketsCzech Rep.GDP 2013: 1.7%SlovakiaGDP 2013: 2.7%PolandGDP 2013: 2.6%HungaryGDP 2013: 1.45%RomaniaGDP 2013: 1.7%BulgariaGDP 2013: 1.5%GermanyGDP 2013: 1.9%AustriaGDP 2013: 1.5%SloveniaGDP 2013: 0.7%CroatiaGDP 2013: 1.5%Source: Eurostat, UniCredit Research 06/2012, forecastUkraineBIP 2013: 1.9%Bosnia-HerzegovinaGDP 2013: 0.8%SerbiaGDP 2013: 1.7%ItalyGDP 2013: -0.3%SwitzerlandGDP 2013: 1.9%
  • Folie 9Attractive for HeadquartersAbout 300 international companies havetheir regional headquarters in Austria, for example:Worldwide HQs
  • Folie 10HQ Locations in CEESource: Wolf Theiss, Headquarters Austria, September 201113173033SlovakiaCzech Rep.HungaryAustriaNumber of regional headquarters
  • Folie 11Vienna: HQ-Location for InternationalOrganizations & Top Conference City Vienna: Only UN headquarters in the EU UN organizations in Vienna:UNCITRAL, UNODC, UNIDO, UNIDIR, CTBTO,UNHCR, OIOS, IMOLIN, etc 30 HQs of international organizations in Vienna More than 14,000 international staff and diplomats(UN) are living in Vienna Leading conference city (according to ICCA study) Skilled HQ staff available
  • Folie 12Profit from Highly Productive EmployeesSource: IW Köln 201273768486879098100102107113115JapanUSACzech Rep.NetherlandsAustriaSwedenBelgiumGermanyDenmarkItalyFranceUKUnit labor costs 2010, Germany = 100
  • Folie 13Motivated Staff Secure Your SuccessSource: World Competitiveness Yearbook 201210=Motivation of staff is high8,057,767,737,397,357,176,556,075,875,785,25,085,034,78Switzerland 1Denmark 2Austria 3Germany 5Japan 7Netherlands 10USA 20Belgium 27Czech Rep. 30UK 31Italy 41Polamd 46Hungary 47France 50
  • Folie 14Competitive Office Rents ReduceYour Operating CostsSource: CB Richard Ellis, 2012In Euro per m² and year30632335739641150555556578110011387150817802011BerlinBudapestViennaPragueAmsterdamRomeFrankfurtNew YorkZurichParisMoscowTokyoLondonHongkong
  • Folie 15Business-oriented Training for YourSustainable Corporate Success Dual educational system Vocational schools (e.g. HAK, HTL) Academies of applied sciences Foreign language competencies Largest University of Economics in theEU
  • Folie 16Versatile Employee Potential Close to 15% of Austrians have a migrationalbackground Language capabilities Intercultural competence Vienna University of Economics and BusinessAdministration: 25% of the 24,000 students arefrom other countries Austrian management know-how isinternationally sought after Siemens, RTL, Lufthansa, Roche, Accor
  • Folie 17Economic and Social Stability Eurozone Lowest strike rate High level of personal security Reliable legal system
  • Folie 18Your Advantage:Moderate Taxation on Corporate ProfitsSource: PricewaterhouseCoopersMaximum taxation on profits 2012 in %1919191920252734.431.429.825.512.5IrelandCzech RepublicHungaryPolandSlovakiaSloveniaAustriaNetherlandsUKGermanyItalyFrance
  • Folie 19Hard cash / Low-interest Loans for YourInnovative InvestmentsThe following is promoted: New technologies / Innovative projects R&D Education Environmental protection Exports and internationalization Special subsidies for SME
  • Folie 201,51,71,92,12,32,52,72,91998 2000 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012Austria‘s R&D Expenditures GrowAbove AverageGermany AustriaEU-27 (25)Source: Eurostat* Forecast 20122,8 *As percentage of GDP
  • Folie 21Unmatched Quality of Life8,133.964.636.967.37.377.428.158.939.179.219.639.659.66Switzerland 1Austria 2Norway 3Denmark 4Germany 7Netherlands 10France 17USA 19Japan 21UK 24Czech Rep. 25Italy 27Poland 39Hungary 53Maximum = 10Source: World Competitiveness Yearbook 2012
  • Folie 22Who We Are Consulting company (limited liability)for international investors owned by theMinistry of Economic Affairs 29 experienced employees International network with offices inNew York, Tokyo and Stuttgart National network World‘s best investment promotionagency (according to Worldbank study)
  • Folie 23What We Do… consulting serves provided free ofcharge on all issues pertaining toAustria as a business location Support in setting up a company Site identification / real estate Consulting on incentives/financing Tax and labor issues Support in obtaining licenses/permits Organizing business contacts
  • Folie 24ABA-Invest in AustriaOpernring 31010 ViennaTel: 588 58 -0E-Mail: office@aba.gv.atwww.investinaustria.at