The Gateway to Your Success

Internationalization of doing business: We know how, why and with whom to do it. Therefore Steinbeis Danube Center (SDC) in Vienna offers a comprehensive range of services for everyone who wants to benefit from attractive business opportunities in Central and Eastern Europe. Additionally SDC works towards a business friendly environment in Central and Eastern Europe. Tackling grand societal challenges is firmly anchored in our philosophy. However, any project must result in a real and concrete benefit for our customer.

Vienna must be seen as the city where Central and Eastern European countries are connected. The multicultural city is representing the gate for East-West Cooperation. Austria is strongly committed in implementing the European Union Strategy for the Danube Region with a leading role in the Region. However, the SDC is top level service provider for doing business in all Europe.

Customers and partners benefit also from our presence in Stuttgart Region (D), Bucharest (RO) and Uzhgorod (UA).

Ana Turcan and Jürgen Raizner

Personal message of the new director of Steinbeis Danube Center      read

Our Steinbeis Center in Ukraine is founded: The Steinbeis Transfer Management TOV (Ltd.) in Uzhgorod supports our actions in Ukraine.

MSCA Presidency Conference 2019

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] 04.–05.06.2019, Bucharest: Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions to foster Scientific Excellence Organized under the…

World Bank Group: Regional Innovation Forum

22-24.03.2018, Bratislava: World Bank Group brings 180 high level experts together for discussing…

Investment Management Exhibition 2018

Mission IME 2018: Bridging the Investment Gap between EU and China Frankfurt, 20.03.2018:…

The Steinbeis Excellence Group for connecting Western and Eastern Europe


Since 1994 the link between Eastern and Western European Research and Industry.

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Das Zentrum zur Stimulierung von Innovationen und zur Steigerung der Wettbewerbsfähigkeit im Donauraum.


Das Steinbeis-Transferzentrum in Bukarest ist ausgebaut zur Zentrale des Transfernetzwerks in Rumänien.