By using our website, you are agreeing to cookies being stored and Google Analytics being used on your device in order to offer the best possible service. You can find more information on thishere.
Austria.
Dynamic Business Location.

IAC Applications takes over Graz-based start-up iTranslate

smartphones with iTranslate app © iTranslate

It will be part of the media and Internet group IAC headquartered in New York, which also owns brands and platforms such as the dating platform Tinder, the YouTube alternative Vimeo as well as European companies such as MyHammer and MyBuilder. According to the founders Alexander Marktl and Andreas Dolinsek, iTranslate will benefit from IAC’s global network and resources, and aims to continue its strong growth path. The global expansion of iTranslate is to be coordinated from its site in Graz. At the same time, a global competence center for IAC will be established in Graz.  

Share on Facebook Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Share on Linkedin

Testimonials

Events

Meet us at events, seminars and trade shows - worldwide.

  • China International Fair for Investment & Trade

    08.09. - 11.09. 2020, Xiamen, China

  • Finanzgipfel 2020

    17.09.2020/ 08:00 , Frankfurt, Deutschland

Austria Map

Find the perfect location for your company

Austria stands out due to its long-term reliable and stable conditions. These features are particularly important for a research-based company such as Boehringer Ingelheim. Furthermore, Vienna is a city with a good research infrastructure and a high quality of life, and is thus also an interesting place for highly qualified employees from Austria and abroad.

Boehringer Ingelheim

Logo
More testimonials

news from the business location Austria

Novartis extends penicillin production in Tyrol

The Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis decides on location Austria and invests 2.5 Billion EURO into penicillin production.

“Cash or card?” - Austria, the coronavirus pandemic and the increasing trend towards cashless payment.

The number of cashless transactions in Austria has been increasing for years. This upward trend once again experienced a tremendous boost due to the coronavirus pandemic.

More news All blog posts