aws Creative Impact

Frequently Asked Questions

 

With a focus on soft innovation and transformative power beyond deep tech, aws Creative Impact funds the development, implementation or market readiness of innovations. Funding is provided for innovations that have the potential to make a positive social and industry-specific impact outside of company boundaries.

aws Creative Impact promotes the development of innovations beyond high tech, for example in the context of digitalisation and digital media, design (including graphics and fashion), architecture, gaming, music and film distribution (or technology).

As part of the aws Creative Impact grant programme, applications can be submitted under three different conditions:

 

Summary

 

Who is funded?

  • Individuals and SME from all industries (being founded or existing)
  • SME in all industries (being founded or existing)
  • SME in all industries (existing)

 

What kind of projects receive funding?

 

  • The initial development and review of the economic and substantive feasibility of innovative products, services or applications in the context of the creative industries with project location in Austria
  • Achieving market readiness of innovative products, services or applications in the context of the creative industries with project location in Austria
  • Joint innovative solutions involving the creative industries with project location in Austria

 

Type of funding

  • Non-repayable grant
  • Non-repayable grant
  • Non-repayable grant

 

Funding volume

  • up to EUR 50,000.00 or a maximum of 70% of the overall eligible project costs
  • up to EUR 200,000.00 or a maximum of 50% of the overall eligible project costs
  • up to EUR 200,000.00 or a maximum of 90% of the overall eligible project costs

 

Term

  • 1 year max
  • 3 years max
  • 1 year max

 

Submission

Within the invitation for application period, solely online via the aws Funding Manager

Within the invitation for application period, solely online via the aws Funding Manager

Within the invitation for application period, solely online via the aws Funding Manager

 

Overview:  The “Create a Prototype” Condition

The “Create a Prototype” condition is intended to facilitate and support measures required for the assessment of the content and economic feasibility of innovative, creative projects.

 

What kind of projects does aws Creative Impact – Create a Prototype support?

The submitted project is aimed at the development of a prototype for a new type of product, service or application. The project is primarily concerned with reviewing the economic & content feasibility. The project is focused on economic transition; or the grant applicants strive for it. In addition, the innovation promises to have economic potential. There are already ideas of promising concepts for a functioning business model and a presentable USP for the potential target group.

 

Besides a high level of innovation of the overall project, specific innovation activities must be distinguishable. These are activities or measures that are aimed at the creation or development of an innovation with the objective of developing or producing new or significantly improved products, procedures, services, methods, systems, processes, structures, devices, materials, etc.

 

Creative activities make an essential contribution to the implementation of the project or the development of the innovation. This is a project in the sense of soft innovation beyond deep tech. Creative processes contribute significantly to the success of the project. These can be assigned to the following creative economic subareas, such as: digitalisation and digital media, design (including graphics and fashion), architecture, gaming, music and film distribution (or technology) as well as social impact.

 

Overview: The “Reach Market Readiness” Condition

The “Reach market readiness” condition is intended to support the development of promising first applications or prototypes all the way up to market readiness.

 

What kind of projects does aws Creative Impact – Reach Market Readiness support?

The project is aimed at reaching market readiness for a new type of product, service or application. First prototypes already exist and the economic potential can be plausibly presented. There are still some innovative development steps that need to be taken to make the product or application ready for the market.

 

Besides a high level of innovation of the overall project, specific innovation activities must be distinguishable. These are activities or measures that are aimed at the creation or development of an innovation with the objective of developing or producing new or significantly improved products, procedures, services, methods, systems, processes, structures, devices, materials, etc.

 

In addition, the economic viability of the planned (or perhaps already partly implemented) business model and the USP can already be plausibly presented for the planned target group.

 

Creative activities make an essential contribution to the implementation of the project or achieving market readiness. This is a project in the sense of soft innovation beyond deep tech. Creative processes contribute significantly to the success of the project. These can be assigned to the following creative economic subareas, such as: digitalisation and digital media, design (including graphics and fashion), architecture, gaming, music and film distribution (or technology) as well as social impact.

 

Overview: The “Enter Into Cooperation” Condition

 

The “Enter into cooperation” condition is intended to support, above all, companies that – with the involvement of at least one other company – want to solve a problem for the creative industries.

 

What kind of projects does aws Creative Impact – Enter into Cooperation support?

The module addresses all those small and medium-sized enterprises that have identified a problem and want to work on it. With the collaboration of at least one other company, a solution is expected to be found that can also benefit others.

 

A central prerequisite is that the content of the project can be assigned to the creative industries. With the help of the know-how relating to the creative industries, new approaches and working methods are supposed to be developed that drive or improve innovative products, processes and services.

The programme is a monetary grant for creative projects that are intended to address challenges of broad relevance that will best benefit a large number of companies. Media campaigns from the grant recipients help to make the performance of the creative industries and their possible implications for other economic sectors visible. Obligatory communication measures, e.g. on social media, thus also allow other companies not directly supported by monetary means to benefit from this, thereby leading to a dissemination and diffusion of the relevance of innovation policy to the creative industries.

 

Creative Impact: Detailed Q & A

 

The following are excluded from funding:

  • Routine adaptations and/or obvious further developments of existing products, services, processes
  • Projects that involve contract work
  • Series production or costs of day-to-day business operations

 

Who can submit?

  • The “Create a prototype condition: Natural persons, profit-driven associations, small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) of all industries
  • The Reach market readiness condition: small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) of all industries, profit-driven associations
  •  The Enter into cooperation condition: small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) in all industries

The SME definition of the European Commission applies. Grant applicants can be natural persons or legal entities as well as partnerships and registered trading companies that operate or intend to operate a small or medium-sized enterprise (SME) in Austria in their own name and for their own account.

A company in this context is any entity – regardless of the legal form – that engages in economic activity. Thus even single-member companies, family-operated enterprises and craft businesses as well as associations or partnerships are deemed companies when they engage in economic activities on a regular basis.

 

SME definition

Company category: Medium-sized 

Employees: up to and incl. 249 

Revenue: ≤ EUR 50m 

or

balance sheet total: ≤ EUR 43m

 

Company category: Small

Employees: up to and including 49

Revenue: ≤ EUR 10m

or

Balance sheet total: ≤ EUR 10m


Company category: Micro

Employees: up to and including 9

Revenue: ≤ EUR 2 m

or

Balance sheet total: ≤ EUR 2 m

 

Can projects be submitted that have several project partners?

A joint submission of multiple equal project partners is possible for the “Reach market readiness” condition.

Companies that cooperate for a certain period for the purpose of implementing a project can submit a joint application without entering into a uniform organisation in terms of personal, tangible and intangible assets. Each project partner must make a substantial and clearly defined contribution to the overall project. (Companies that are solely suppliers and not involved in the project development are not considered equal submitters.)

 

What is the maximum funding amount?

  • The “Create a prototype condition: Funding is done in the form of non-repayable grants of up to 70% of the fundable project costs and is limited to EUR 50,000.00.
  • The “Reach market readiness” condition: Funding is done in the form of non-repayable grants of up to 50% of the fundable project costs and is limited to EUR 200,000.00.
  • The condition Enter into cooperation: Funding is done in the form of non-repayable grants of up to 90% of the fundable project costs and is limited to EUR 200,000.00.

Funding is subject to competition law, including the de minimis provisions. This means that within the last three fiscal years, a company can have received funds of up to the applicable de minimis ceiling at the most (currently a maximum of EUR 200,000.00). This threshold applies to all (cumulative) de minimis fundings granted to the company, regardless of which institution they were granted by.

For joint applications, de minimis threshold of EUR 200,000.00 applies to each of the participating companies. Other legal entities can take part in the joint submission, provided the company or a company founder is the lead partner.

There is no legal claim to being granted funds either in terms of reasons or else in terms of amounts. Projects are funded in accordance with the available budget funds.

 

Which costs are funded?

Only costs incurred after the reference date and that were paid before the end of the project period are eligible for funding. The reference date can never be earlier than the date the formal application for funding was received. You can also find the actual reference date in the funding agreement.

Eligible costs are all direct and actually incurred costs attributable to the project for the duration of the funded project that are necessary to achieve the agreed objectives in a comprehensible manner, provided that they are economical, efficient and expedient. These vary according to each condition and include the following:

The Create a prototypeand “Reach market readinessconditions:

  • Personnel costs, such as salaries and wages
  • Non-personnel costs (tangible and intangible investments), e.g. costs of the development of pilot and demonstration objects (machinery, tools, computers, etc.), industrial property rights and licensing rights, equipment, literature
  • Third-party costs, e.g. cost of contractual research; costs of specific consultancy and equivalent services (especially mentoring or coaching specific to the topic); market studies and research;
  • Other project costs, such as costs of materials, supplies, travel expenses and the like that directly arise from the project activity (other operating expenses)

The Enter into cooperationcondition

  • Personnel costs, such as salaries and wages
  • Third-party costs, such as consulting services, costs for contract research, other services
  • Non-personnel costs, such as equipment, consumables, literature

 

Personnel costs

Funding is provided for the personnel costs of all employees directly involved in the project who are predominantly involved in the project according to their qualifications. For example: project managers, developers, designers, technicians, assistants, etc. Personnel costs of salaried employees must be calculated on the basis of gross basic salaries and wages (without an overtime flat rate) including non-wage labour costs.

 

Calculating hourly rates

The eligible hourly rate for salaried project staff is calculated on the basis of the monthly gross salary (excluding any overtime pay) of the individually named employees, plus a maximum of 70% or 20% for marginal employees as an allowance for non-wage labour costs, divided by the annual work hours (= weekly hours*52.25 weeks). The hourly rate is calculated as follows:

 

Gross monthly salary (excluding overtime pay) x 12 + max. 70% or 20% non-wage labour costs

Annual work hours (= weekly work hours *52.25 weeks)

 

Example of a calculation: full-time employee, gross monthly salary EUR 1,700.00: (1,700×12×1.7)/(40×52.25)=hourly rate of EUR 16.59

 

Shareholder-employees

For shareholders working on the project (sole proprietorships, newly self-employed persons, stake in partnerships and corporations of more than 25%, association shareholders) for whom no separate salary records are available, a maximum flat rate of EUR 40.00 (including overheads) per hour, but up to a maximum of EUR 68,800.00 per person per year, can be recognised.

 

Exemptions can be applied for when it comes to micro and small enterprises:

  • For a shareholder of a micro or small enterprise with employees who carry out similar activities to those of the shareholders in the submitted project, the hourly rate (based on the gross basic salary including non-wage labour costs) of the most expensive employee may be applied.
  • For a shareholder of a micro or small enterprise without employees i.e. without employees with the needed qualifications to work on the submitted project, an hourly rate may be applied in accordance with the applicable collective agreement.

 

Natural persons (only relevant for the “Create a prototype”condition)

For applicants submitting as natural persons, a maximum flat rate of EUR 40.00 (including overheads) per hour, but up to a maximum of EUR 68,800.00 per person per year, can be recognised.

 

Non-wage labour costs

Non-wage labour costs and overheads are generally recognised in the amount of 85% (flat rate) of the personnel costs. Overhead expenses exceeding the allowance cannot be taken into account. This flat rate is already set off in the formulas that form the basis for calculating the hourly rate for salaried employees in the application tool or on the accounting forms.

 

Non-personnel costs (tangible and intangible investments)

Non-personnel costs for goods that are used to generate profit even after the funded project period, i.e. tangible and intangible investments (e.g. machines, tools, computers, purchased software, licences and other rights), are eligible for funding on a prorated basis in the amount of the deduction for wear and tear (depreciation) while in use for the duration of the project period. If the normal useful life of an item, pursuant to Sec. 7 of the Austrian Income Tax Act (EstG), which is purchased to carry out the funded project, exceeds the period of the project, a maximum proportion of the costs equal to the depreciation value in accordance with EstG may be funded during the remaining project period.

 

Example of a calculation

EUR 1,000.00 investment costs, useful life under tax law (normal business) of five years:

Depreciation per year = EUR 1,000.00/5=EUR 200.00

For a project duration of three years, EUR 600.00 (EUR 200.00×3) can be claimed.

 

Other material expenses (non-capitalizable capital goods, low-value assets (LVA) with maximum acquisition or production costs pursuant to Sec. 204(1a) of the Austrian Commercial Code (UGB)) can be fully recognised as eligible costs.

 

Third-party costs

Services purchased from third parties in the course of the project, such as costs for contract research, project-specific consulting, market studies and market research, etc., are eligible for funding at the actual amount.

Only for the Enter into cooperationcondition, the following applies in addition:

A maximum hourly rate of EUR 150 or a maximum daily rate of EUR 1,200 applies for third-party costs. Third-party costs must account for more than 50% of the total eligible project costs.

 

Miscellaneous costs

Only applies to the “Create a prototypeandReach market readinessconditions.

Other operating costs, including costs for consumables, material costs for prototype construction, supplies, travel expenses and the like, arising directly from project activity (other non-personnel costs), are also part of costs that can be funded.

Consumables are also eligible for funding for the Enter into cooperationcondition but are recorded in the category “third-party costs”.

 

Travel expenses

Here too, the principles of economy, expediency and efficiency apply. The following values serve as a guide: economy class air travel, 2nd class train tickets or compact class rental cars.

In order to determine the daily and night allowance that can be set off, please refer to the corresponding flat rates of the Austrian Chamber of Commerce at https://www.wko.at/service/steuern/Steuerliche-Behandlung-von-Geschaeftsreisen-von-Unternehm.html

Travel expenses are not eligible for the Enter into cooperationcondition!

 

Mileage allowance

Only applies to the “Create a prototypeandReach market readinessconditions.

Mileage allowance can be accepted for business trips. The mileage allowance rate explicitly covers all trip-related costs, which means that parking fees, tolls, etc. are not covered on top.

In order to determine the mileage allowance that can be set off, please refer to the corresponding flat rates of the Austrian Chamber of Commerce at https://www.wko.at/service/steuern/Fahrtkostenverguetung-und-Kilometergeld.html.

 

Travel expenses are not eligible for the Enter into cooperationcondition!

 

Which costs are not funded?

Excluded from funding are the following, for example:

  • Costs of a project incurred prior to application, i.e. before the reference date, or cost of project phases that have been completed. This means that essential implementation steps of the project must not have been started before submitting the application. Only those costs are accepted that are, for one, specified in the project cost plan and schedule; secondly, they must be incurred after the deadline (= submission of the application for funding, at the earliest at the beginning of the relevant invitation for application).
  • Costs that were incurred prior to submitting the application for funding
  • Costs that are not directly related to the eligible project
    (such as vehicles, non-specific building equipment)
  • Costs for the acquisition of real estate and immovable assets
  • Costs for investments in construction
  • Cost for reserves and provisions
  • Expenses for continuous and non-specific consulting services
  • Project costs incurred for serial production
  • Costs that are not considered eligible costs according to provisions of EU competition law
  • Overhead expenses
  • The sales tax, other taxes and duties payable on the costs of the eligible project However, if it can be proven that the sales tax was actually and ultimately borne by the grant recipient, and there is therefore no right to deduct input tax, it may be taken into account as an eligible cost item.
  • Costs for acquiring, leasing and maintaining company vehicles
  • Financing costs (including early payment discounts, even if not used), loan repayments, financing components for leasing instalments
  • Costs that other public funding has covered
  • Repayments of other grants including the necessary reciprocal financing for other grants
  • Only for the “Enter into cooperation” condition: Costs resulting from invoices for small amounts, i.e. below EUR 150 (net), Creating multiple-item slips is not permitted.
  • Only for the Enter into cooperationcondition: Travel expenses

Proof of costs and examination of the slips

The project cost statement is a statement of invoices for the project costs incurred and actually paid during the project period. Please use the templates specific to the programme made available on the aws website. Delivery, service, invoice date and payment date must be within the project period.

All receipts and expenditures related to the respective grant must be made through the grant recipient’s (project) account. The account information must be communicated to aws prior to concluding the contract. The amount of the total project costs to be proven is the sum of all tranche payments in accordance with the funding agreement.

Statement of accounts for “Create a prototype” and “Reach market readiness”: Please note that we will do a spot check of all project cost statements before paying out the 3rd tranche. For performing the spot check, the requested individual items (usually invoice & proof of payment) must be submitted electronically.

The slips are examined before the last funding tranche is paid out. Our staff will contact you in due time and inform you about how to proceed. Please never send original receipts or other documents to aws unsolicited. Documents sent in this way will be deemed not to have been delivered.

Incorrect information may lead to the recovery of already paid out funds and to further legal action.

 

Invoices must be made out in accordance with VAT law.

https://www.bmf.gv.at/steuern/selbststaendige-unternehmer/umsatzsteuer/ust-vorsteuerabzug.html

 

For invoices paid by the company in cash, a cash book must always be kept and a statement of the accounts of the corresponding clearing account must be provided as proof when the slips are examined.

Cash expenses incurred by a person on behalf of the grant recipient must be duly billed to the grant recipient, or proof of payment of the reimbursement of expenses must be provided if the invoice has already been issued to the grant recipient.

Paper forms or electronic forms provided by aws must be used as they come and cannot be changed. No columns may be added or removed. A statement from the grant recipient's own accounting system, etc. will not be accepted.

 

Is there a minimum project amount?

There is no minimum for “Create a prototypeandReach market readiness”. For the “Enter into cooperation” condition, there must be planned project guarantee costs of EUR 111,000 at least.

How does submission of the application work?

  • For theCreate a prototype condition: A submission is possible on an ongoing basis (please note the announced deadlines for admission to the next selection process) and can only be made online via the aws Funding Manager.
  • For theReach market readiness” condition and Enter into cooperationcondition: It is possible to submit calls for proposals within the time frame and only online via the aws Funding Manager.

 

The online application must be filled out completely before submitting it.

 

Scope:

  • Declaration of consent by the applicant
  • Information on the grant applicant
  • Project description
  • Presentation of the submitting company
  • Economic presentation of the submitting company
  • For existing companies:

- Financial statements for the last two fiscal years or cash flow statement, lists of account balances

- Financial planning

  • For companies in the course of formation:

- Financial planning

  • Project presentation (degree of innovation, market, competition, cost planning, schedules and financing plan, work package plan or milestones, etc.)

 

How does the selection of eligible projects work?

A jury of experts and employees of the Austria Wirtschaftsservice Gesellschaft mbH (aws) evaluate and select the projects that are proposed for the final funding decision.

  • In a first selection, those projects are chosen (best of, competition principle) that are admitted to the subsequent selection process. Non-approved projects will receive a written rejection from Austria Wirtschaftsservice Gesellschaft mbH (aws).
  • The projects approved for further assessment will be requested to submit further documents, if needed.

The further process will vary depending on the conditions:

  • For the Create a prototype condition: After a further round of evaluation by the jury of experts, a decision will be made as to which projects will be proposed for funding.
  • For the Reach market readiness” condition and Enter into cooperation condition: The projects are then invited to a jury hearing about six weeks later. After the hearing, the expert jury enters into a final round of evaluation to decide which projects will be proposed for funding.

Austria Wirtschaftsservice Gesellschaft mbH (aws) makes the final decision on funding. Approved projects will receive a written confirmation and a funding offer from Austria Wirtschaftsservice Gesellschaft mbH (aws).

 

How is confidentiality of the jury regulated?

The submitted projects are evaluated by Austria Wirtschaftsservice Gesellschaft mbH (aws) and the external jury. In order to guarantee the confidentiality of your applications, we would like to point out that:

  • austria Wirtschaftsservice Gesellschaft mbH (aws) as the financing and promotional bank of the Austrian federal government is subject to confidentiality and

the external experts are bound to secrecy under a confidentiality agreement.

 

What deadlines must be observed?

For deadlines and dates of the current invitation for application for the respective funding, please consult https://www.aws.at/foerderungen/aws-creative-impact.

 

What are the assessment criteria for selection?

For the “Create a prototype” and “Reach market readiness” conditions, the submitted projects are ranked and evaluated according to the following criteria with regard to content:

  • Creative contributions to the project
  • The project’s degree of innovation

(incl. potential impact on the industry & society) and contribution of the experimental development on achieving the project objectives (product innovation/process innovation/radical improvement of the quality of already offered products and services)

  • Potential for a commercial transition/market orientation and economic feasibility
  • Grant applicants/team: commitment & qualification
  • Logical project planning for the successful realisation of the project
  • Cooperation for successful project implementation

 

For the “Enter into cooperation” condition, the submitted projects are ranked and evaluated according to the following criteria with regard to content:

  • Comprehensible presentation of the problem to be solved
  • Contribution of creative services to the project
  • Degree of innovation
  • Relevance of the solution for the company, the market, the industry, the country, or the world
  • Model character and dissemination/diffusion effects of the project
  • Presentation of the (intended) improvement of the situation with contribution that is as measurable as possible
  • Project organisation: feasibility of the project with the intended actors (in-house and external)
  • Coherent project planning
  • Positive social impacts (age distribution, cultural diversity, people with disabilities and measures to support gender equality)
  • Environmental impact through environmentally friendly processes and/or products

 

How is payment made?

The grant will generally be paid out in three instalments after the requirements have been reviewed and the terms and conditions of the funding offer have been met. Depending on the respective conditions, the following amounts are paid out:

 

For the “Create a Prototype” condition:

  • 50% after project start has been verified,
  • 40% after proof has been provided that 70% of the total estimated cost of the project has already been paid and an interim report and cost statements have been submitted,
  • 10% after the project is completed, the project accounting has taken place, and a final report has been submitted.

 

For the “Reach market readiness” condition:

  • 30% after project start has been verified,
  • 40% after proof has been provided that 50% of the total estimated cost of the project has already been paid and an interim report and cost statements have been submitted,
  • 30% after the project is completed, the project accounting has taken place, and a final report has been submitted.

 

For the Enter into cooperation” condition:

  • 40% when the funding agreement and any conditions have been accepted and returned
  • 40% after an interim report has been submitted and, if applicable, an interim financial statement on request, as well as proof of fulfilment of the project-related milestones and any conditions.
  • 20% after project completion and review and acceptance of the final report to be submitted and the final account statement as well as proof of fulfilment of the project-related milestones and any conditions.

 

In the event that the final project cost statement shows that

  • the actual costs incurred are less than the estimated costs, and/or
  • the funds already paid exceed the costs actually incurred

then the total will be reduced accordingly and the grant recipient must refund any difference within two weeks.

 

Legal basis/guidelines

  • Create a prototypeandReach market readiness

The special guidelines for the programme parts aws creative industries (evolve), aws impulse XS and aws impulse XL (“Create a prototype” and “Reach market readiness” conditions) apply. The guidelines can be downloaded from the aws website.

  • Enter into cooperation”:

The basis for the condition “Enter into cooperation” is the aws guideline for grants from funds of the National Foundation for Research, Technology and Development, which is specified in more detail in the guideline specifications aws Creat(iv)e Solutions, taking into account the following EU legal bases and their future amendments or extensions:

Commission Regulation (EC) No 1407/2013 of 18 December 2013 in application of Articles 107 and 108 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union to de minimis state aid, published in the Official Journal of the European Union, OJ L 352 of 24/12/2013 (in short de minimis regulation).

European Commission recommendation in accordance with the “Definition of small and medium-sized enterprises (SME)” (Commission Recommendation 2003/361/EC of 6 May 2003, OJ L 124/36, 20/5/2003, as amended). For the purposes of this Recommendation, linked companies are regarded as a single unit.

 

There is no legal claim to being granted funds either in terms of reasons or in terms of amounts.

 

Combination possibilities

Under certain conditions, this assistance may be combined with other aws public funding programmes.

The conditions “Create a prototype” and “Reach market readiness” of the aws Creative Impact grant cannot be applied for/used simultaneously, but the condition “Reach market readiness” can be applied for based on the “Create a prototype” condition.

It is possible to apply for the conditions “Reach market readiness” and “Enter into cooperation” at the same time. In case of two favourable decisions on funding, however, only one grant can be accepted for the same project.

 

Please note:

This brief summary describes only the essential requirements for funding. The experts of the Austria Wirtschaftsservice Gesellschaft mbH (aws) will assess whether there is a possibility of funding in your specific case as well as how a possible funding could be designed, subject to a decision by the external jury of experts.

 

For the Create a prototypeandReach market readinessconditions

Karoline Berghuber, MA, MSSc          T +43 1 501 75-327              E k.berghuber@aws.at

Bettina Feilhammer, BA                      T +43 1 501 75-533              E b.feilhammer@aws.at

Mag.a Petra Riegler                            T +43 1 501 75-592              E p.riegler@aws.at

Mag.a Waltraud Weikl                         T +43 1 501 75-344              E w.weikl@aws.at

Mag.a Simone Weinbacher-Traun         T +43 1 501 75-368              E s.weinbacher-traun@aws.at

 

For theEnter into cooperationcondition

Mag.a Karin Emprechtinger                 T +43 1 501 75-303              E k.emprechtinger@aws.at

Niels Mitschke, Dipl. MW                    T +43 1 501 75-481              E n.mitschke@aws.at

 

For information, please contact our customer centre T +43 1 501 75-100, E 24h-auskunft@aws.at