“Talent Garden stands for building up leading technology ecosystems in Europe and massively promoting it. We are supplying decisive impetus by opening the Talent Garden Campus in Vienna, the first site in German-speaking Europe and a central hub for Eastern Europe and the Balkans”, said Davide Datolli, CEO of Talent Garden. For Talent Garden, Vienna serves as the base station for conquering Eastern European markets. “This is one of our biggest projects up until now and absolutely crucial for our international expansion”, Datolli added. Transparent private offices line up next to open coworking spaces and networking zones on six floors and a total of 5,000 square meters of space. Talent Garden is cooperating with the Austria ecosystem partner startup300.
The concept of Talent Garden as a coworking and innovation network is based on three pillars, namely “Work” (workplace), “Learn” (innovation school) and “Connect” (events). Over the last few years Talent Garden has hosted hundreds of startups and thousands of freelancers throughout Europe. Established companies such as BMW, Google and Cisco work together with the innovation scene via Talent Garden. The bank Raiffeisenbank International, the insurance company Wiener Städtische Versicherung and EY are among the partner companies in Austria.