Matthias Lechner founded NFBrands.X, Austria's first full-service Web3 and Metaverse agency, and was surprised by it himself.
When sustainable design determines corporate strategy, long-term parking spaces can become innovative mobility hubs. This is what happened with the brand development of "Best in Mobility".
The name of the company is self-explanatory: IT Softhilfe. Small businesses benefit from the external service. And the experts who provide help.
Thomas Raggam, Anna Tropper and Georg Pock have written kitchen history: Reportages about cooks living on the Styrian and Slovenian banks of the Mur and their favourite recipes.
How can we live in a more climate-friendly way? "With small steps," six C in High 3 participants from Lower Austria are convinced. Together they developed the Klimafit calendar, which provides monthly inspiration and tips.
Petra Stelzmüller studied architecture and designed interiors. The designer's heart is set on small objects that have something to tell.
Start-up founders often have to show a lot of courage. This starts with the development of a problem solution and extends to the search for investors. This is also the case for David Dorolti, who provides the players on the market for noise-absorbing interior design products with a practical web app for room acoustics planning and sales software.
Cycling can be child's play. If the saddle is properly adjusted, the grips fit little hands and the bike is not too heavy. With woom, Christian Bezdeka and Marcus Ihlenfeld developed children's bikes that take the needs of people from 1.5 to 14 years into account.
Good coffee takes time. So does design that unfolds its effect, says Petra Wieser. The Lower Austrian received the Creative Business Award from the New Design University in St. Pölten for her "Mindful Design Filter Set".
The two Austrian private universities Central European University (CEU) Vienna and New Design University (NDU) St. Pölten, accompanied by the international office expert Bene, initiated the "Occupy your University!" project, in which modern learning environments were designed by students for students. The Modesk furniture by Hannah Pichler and Lea Steineder met all the requirements for individual and collaborative studying. The stand-sit-recline furniture is now being produced by Bene and used as a test object by CEU students.