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Business Location Burgenland

Aside from its exceptional cultural pleasures, Burgenland also boasts a diverse range of leisure activities, breathtakingly beautiful nature, and sociable people with a sure feeling for how to balance work and life.

Its close proximity to Slovakia, Hungary, and Slovenia makes Burgenland an important hub between East and West.

There are three international airports within just 100 km (about 60 miles): Vienna International Airport, Airport Bratislava, and Graz Airport. 

Most locations are accessible via an excellent road network (A3, A4 and A6 in northern Burgenland, S 31 in central Burgenland, and A2 in southern Burgenland), some of which are also connected to the Austrian railway network.

A fiber optic cable network ensures that Burgenland’s six technology centers are directly linked to the Burgenland data highway.

Businessparks Burgenland

In cooperation with the advertising agency St. Stephens, Wirtschaft Burgenland GmbH has developed a marketing concept for the four Businessparks Burgenland at Kittsee, Parndorf /Neusiedl am See, Müllendorf and Heiligenkreuz to attract even more national and international enterprises. 

The new umbrella brand "Businessparks Burgenland - Because the perspectives are perfect" will represent and promote the four locations "under a single roof".   

Find out more at:

www.businessparks-burgenland.at

Technology centers Burgenland

Since 1997, six cutting-edge technology centers have been established at Neusiedl am See, Eisenstadt, Neutal, Pinkafeld, Güssing and Jennersdorf in Burgenland.  

All the locations were received extremely positively by Austrian and international enterprises. Prominent tenants include Siemens, Santander Consumer Service GmbH, ENERCON, Tridonic, Lumitech, the European Centre for Renewable Energy, and an Austrian Post distribution center.

The technology centers provide tenants and their employees with an attractive and efficient environment for commercial success.

A separate management company – BELIG - Beteiligungs- und Liegenschafts GmbH – constantly optimizes the tenants’ operating costs by exploiting the synergies the centers have to offer. Moreover, Burgenland’s highly successful technology center concept is based on high-tech infrastructure, setting and accomplishing the right priorities, and a good tenant mix.

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