I.E.C.T. – Network at TYROL Digi+
At the TYROL Digi+ event, digital entrepreneurs and experts presented innovative ideas. The areas covered topics such as “Digital Living”, “Learning by Playing” and “New Technologies”. During the event it was possible to switch between the lectures, which were held in “virtual rooms”. At the end of each session the audience could ask questions.
Margarete Schramböck, the Federal Minister for Digitisation and Business Location, as well as experts such as Viktor Pasquali (aws), Matthias Tarasiewicz (RIAT – Institute for Future Cryptoeconomics) and Marcus Hofer (Standortagentur Tirol) also took part in the event and provided insights into their work.
Johannes Felder from I.E.C.T. – Hermann Hauser was also invited as an expert and introduced the I.E.C.T. – Network to the participants. The Network is a digitization product of the I.E.C.T. – Hermann Hauser with which start-ups can evaluate their company themselves, but also have it evaluated by the network – consisting of international experts, mentors and investors. With the help of screen sharing, the audience was guided live through the app and its applications. The PathGraph was also presented, which shows start-ups a realistic representation of their current status and shows which vectors they still need to adjust. With the help of the programmes of the I.E.C.T. – Hermann Hauser, such as the I.E.C.T. –Summer School on Entrepreneurship or the Innovator’s Road, these steps can be mastered together and help the young companies on their further way.
The event was co-organized by Jasmin Güngör. She is part of the team of I.E.C.T. – Hermann Hauser and is investment manager of Hermann Hauser Investment GmbH.
“We should use the Corona time to push digitalisation in Austria. The event has helped to network political decision makers with experts, entrepreneurs and interested citizens. The format was interactive – many ideas could be presented, commented and developed further. Important topics such as the amendment of the new Investment Control Act were discussed with Federal Minister Schramböck.”
Jasmin Güngör, INVESTMENT MANAGER