Newsletter registration

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.
Dynamic Business Location.

Honeypot launches business operations in Austria

honeypot logo © Honeypot

At present, some 130,000 IT specialists and 2,000 companies are registered with Honeypot. They include companies such as the optics company Zeiss, the real estate brokerage firm Engel & Völkers, the online mail order company Zalando and the TV Group of ProSiebenSat1. The career network New Work (formerly Xing) acquired the Berlin-based startup Honeyput in the spring. Honeypot first recently began its activities on the Austrian market. According to information supplied by the company, hundreds of IT specialists have also registered with Honeypot. Several Austrian startups are already looking for employees with the help of Honeypot, including Tourradar, mySugr, whatchado, Bitpanda and the German smart phone bank N26. The online bank is currently building a high-tech facility in Vienna and will employ a staff of 300 in the long term.

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



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

  • Meet us @ CEE UNLIMITED

    15.10.2019, Budapest, Hungary

  • Meet us @ GoTech

    13. - 17.10.2019, Moscow, Russia

Austria Map

Find the perfect location for your company

Thanks to a fantastic mindset, our employees at the Villach site have built up a unique expertise which helps us to further strengthen our position on the global market. We fuse high-performance manufacturing with research and development in the field of power electronics. In addition to a very good cooperation with partners and networks, a well-developed landscape of 'talent factories' ranging from higher technical colleges to universities, we as a company also value the outstanding model of research promotion which exists in Austria.


Logo Infineon
More testimonials

news from the business location Austria

Vienna University of Technology involved in developing a nuclear clock

A revolution is in the making. The nuclear clock is the measure of all things when it comes to precisely telling time. However, the technology has not fully matured, and nuclear clocks could potentially tick even more precisely.

How Austria Shapes Its Future with AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) is certainly the most powerful new technology available today. This is probably the reason why the underlying discussion is frequently driven by fear. Hollywood has also contributed to this. Half-human, half-machine mutants resembling Frankenstein and Terminator are the spectres unleased by AI. However, as is often the case, Hollywood’s fantasy has little to do with reality.

More news All blog posts