The future of alpine economic management was the focus of the expert forum for climate-neutral ski resorts, to which the Lebensraum Tirol Holding, the Vitalpin Association and the Alpine Tech Innovation Hub recently invited to Werkstätte Wattens. Besides showing ways and possibilities to reduce the carbon footprint of tourism companies, the expert forum provided valuable

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In 1970 the ISPO sports trade fair celebrated its premiere in Munich. Today, 50 years later, 2,850 exhibitors from 55 countries showcased the latest sports innovations, trends and products – but also sustainability has become increasingly important. ISPO’s concept for success is the early adoption of current developments and the constant change associated with them,

48 hours, 8 highly motivated startup teams and 5 hospitality businesses with 5 challenges: These were the ingredients for this year’s Alpine Tech Innovation Sprint from 17 to 19 October.

Tyrol as a leading centre for Alpine technologies: The Alpine Tech Innovation Hub will play an integral role in turning this vision into reality.

International innovation and entrepreneurship centre for Alpine technologies

Fresh input generates fresh ideas. Based on this motto, established companies from the tourism industry will be cooperating with startups in the Alpine Tech Innovation Sprint.

Alpine Tech Innovation Hub

If you know Werkstätte Wattens, you are well aware that we never stand still. In October we are introducing a new platform called Alpine Tech Innovation Hub to create a network, promote exchange and foster innovation in the field of Alpine technologies