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Adding value to Africa’s capacity

Adding value to Africa’s capacity

Insights on ways to efficiently improve skills for Africa’s industrialisation development.

There are a number of effective ways to improve skills for Africa’s industrialisation development with focus on entrepreneurship, training and corporate social responsibility programmes.

1. Integrate entrepreneurship in the school curriculum.

Challenge: an underfinanced education system; relatively few companies within and beyond borders allocate resources to act socially responsible specifically for the education and training sector.

Outcome: Increased chance for local small-medium sized enterprises to trade globally, a vast pool of a skilled and emerging workforce, attract international business and foreign direct investments.

Do you know of the Integrated Entrepreneurship Education (IEE)?
The IEE covers the teaching of knowledge and skills that will enable the individual student to plan, start and run his/her business, delivered as an integrated part of the curriculum at an acknowledged education and training institution within the national education system. It’s an initiative funded by and supported by enterprises and organisations.

The IEE is constantly on a mission to upgrade school curriculums with a focus on entrepreneurship as one of the subjects of instructions. Botswana, Kenya and Uganda have already successfully integrated entrepreneurship and skills development in their school curriculum with a focus on administration, ICT, engineering and agribusiness.

2. Prioritise training programmes and apprenticeships to match skills with jobs on a global scale.

Challenge: acute skills shortage in leadership, marketing, sales and artisan work

Outcome: Match skills demand and supply of industry and education. Develop the capacity to manage and solve problems; drive the performance of individuals, businesses and the society as a whole.

There is no such thing as a useless university degree. In fact, each countries priorities lie in different companies. Occupations in health and manufacturing, such as mechanics, welders and electricians are high in Africa’s demand. Perhaps you can supply?

The apprenticeship system within the DACH region is world renown and often regarded as the potential model for developing countries. Apprenticeship brings some benefits including self-employment, adequate job security, and skill development for those with no education. On the flip side, apprenticeship systems can carry risks if not standardised, which leads to limited skill transfers or underpaid employment.

Have you heard of the Green industrialisation?
It’s another coined description of becoming industrial to meet energy demands and preserve the environment. Renewable energies, financial and education technologies present great opportunities for Africa’s youth to drive green industrialisation forward. All it takes is an investment, private sector involvement and the right policies to drive training and apprenticeship programs forward.

3. Engage private sector to help shape skills development policies

Challenge: Competition poaches trained workers after all the invested efforts of training. This misfortune happens across all sectors and corners of the business world.
Outcome: Develop skills of the local workforce to match international standards. Partnerships with enterprises, business, industry, craft associations, unions, and other formal and informal stakeholders to make training more relevant to the labour market (AfDB/OECD, 2017).

Corporate social responsibility initiatives across borders

Today’s global marketplace increasingly explores opportunities to trade with Africa’s emerging markets through profitable sustainability programs and corporate social responsibility programmes.

Complex questions have arisen on how to execute international corporate social responsibility programmes without relieving the public sector from its duties. Who is responsible for solving today’s pressing issues? What role does technology play in launching a sustainability program? What are the benefits and pitfalls?

Frontiers of Dialogue, part of an event series started in Vienna, is a vigorous discussion among a distinguished panel and audience to address these questions and more. On September 7th, 2017, a distinguished panel and audience discuss Corporate Social Responsibility Across Borders in view of Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa. Click here for more info.

Hans Stoisser

Hans Stoisser

Aphropean Partners is proud to present Mag. Hans Stoisser.

Hans Stoisser joins a panel of leading experts and practitioners to share their insights on Corporate Social Responsibility Across Borders: Kenya, Nigeria & South Africa on the third series of #FOD17 Frontiers of Dialogue held on Sept. 7., 2017 in Vienna, Austria.

Hans Stoisser is an entrepreneur, management consultant and author with long-time experience in Africa’s emerging countries. In his book “Der Schwarze Tiger” he explains why Europe has missed to link up with modern Africa and what could be done instead. Currently, he offers seminars in “Silicon Savannah” in Nairobi, one of Africa’s innovation hubs.
www.hansstoisser.com

Hans Stoisser hat mehr als 30 Jahre lang Infrastruktur in Dritte-Welt-Ländern aufgebaut. Seit 1992 leitet er die Managementberatung ECOTEC, die unter anderem in Bulgarien, Palästina und Brasilien, vor allem aber in vielen afrikanischen Ländern, tätig war. In seinem im November 2015 erschienen Buch „Der schwarze Tiger – Was wir von Afrika lernen können“ erklärt der Ökonom das andere Afrika, das wir in Europa nicht zur Kenntnis nehmen wollen.

Derzeit organisiert er Seminare im „Silicon Savannah“ in Nairobi, einem der Hotspots des digitalen Afrikas. Er bloggt unter www.hansstoisser.com .

Doris Österreicher

Doris Österreicher

Aphropean Partners is proud to present Dr Doris Österreicher.

Doris Österreicher joins a panel of leading experts and practitioners to share their insights on Corporate Social Responsibility Across Borders: Kenya, Nigeria & South Africa on the third series of #FOD17 Frontiers of Dialogue held on Sept. 7., 2017 in Vienna, Austria.

Doris Österreicher is a lecturer and researcher at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU) in Vienna. Her research work concentrates mainly on energy-related concepts, design and methods in climate adaptive architecture and urban planning.

Before joining the university in 2015 she was Head of the Business Unit Sustainable Buildings and Cities in the Energy Department of the Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT), leading the topics Smart Buildings and Smart Cities and Regions.

Prior to starting at AIT in Vienna in 2006, Doris worked for over eight years overseas, mainly as an environmental designer in London, providing consultancy for many signature innovative low energy buildings.

Her work focused on design and simulation in the field of energy efficiency and daylight modelling as well as integrative measures for architecture and building system concepts.

Before that, she worked as an Architect for a well-known architectural company in London as well as with architects in Massachusetts, USA and Vienna, Austria. She additionally works as a consultant for international projects, lectures on environmental design and serves as a tutor and juror for architectural critics.

Doris is a qualified architect in Austria, and the UK holds a Dipl. Ing. and Dr.techn. in Architecture from the Vienna University of Technology and received the state price ‘award of excellence’ for her doctoral dissertation.

She also holds an MSc in Architecture, Advanced Environmental and Energy Studies from the University of East London.

The Rise Of African Cybercities

The Rise Of African Cybercities

Disruptive Innovation and Technology in the Savannah

What does San Francisco Bay Area, Bangalore and Nairobi have in common? Each city is a leading tech hub in its continental region, where technology companies and savvy entrepreneurs groom within a startup ecosystem. Also known as cybercities, Silicon Valley (USA), Silicon Plateau (India) and Silicon Savannah (Kenya) have each significantly contributed to its nation’s economic growth. Also known as Cybercities, you will find a concentration of incubators, accelerators, co-working spaces, hackerspaces and other innovation labs striving for making an impact.

Cybercities tend to host a concentration of incubators, accelerators, co-working spaces, hackerspaces and other innovation labs striving for making a sustainable and positive impact on the economy, environment and society. Click here to see the World Bank’s infographic on tech hubs and incubators in Africa.

Smooth seas do not make skilful sailors.” African Proverb

Just like in any other country, cybercities cultivate digital entrepreneurship, connectivity, technology development, and most importantly innovative solutions.

Contrary to large organisations and public sector, Startups have a stronger sense of finding adaptive solutions to global challenges but struggle with the lack of financial means and infrastructure to launch sustainable products and services. Against all odds, tech hubs have mushroomed from a few too many in Africa’s emerging cities over the last six years.

International collaboration, grants, funding and impact investments keep the African Cybercities development steadfast. According to GSMA Ecosystem Accelerator, technology startups based in Silicon Savannah received more than €38 million ($43 million, 2016) in funding. Meanwhile, Lagos, Johannesburg and Kigali are catching up with Nairobi as the leading African Cybercity.

Yabacon Valley or Silicon Lagoon – whichever name you prefer to call Lagos’ tech cluster – drives the leading knowledge-based economy in Africa, according to Demo Africa. Other scholars and institutions, bet on Johannesburg to lead the social enterprise movement in the near future. The fact is that it doesn’t matter where the largest tech cluster will be located on the continent. My interest lies in the ability of cybercities to create an enabling environment for Africa’s young population to channel their energy, idea and hopes.

I cannot emphasise this enough – the opportunities for firms and consultants to tap into the growing knowledge stock of Africa’s emerging markets are immense. All it takes is to find a local partner – an Aphropean Partner – to assimilate, adapt your offering to local needs and capture the largely untapped market.

Former US President, JFK once said: “Efforts and courage are not enough without purpose and direction“. Expand on your internationalisation strategy, explore Africa’s consumer market and contact me and my partners for assistance before you take that leap.

Corporate Pledge for International Development

Corporate Pledge for International Development

Business for international development

I never thought I would become a fan-girl of the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) tedious development process and its Byzantine application. But the recent conference hosted by the IAEA convinced me otherwise by addressing the role of business and partnerships for sustainable development.

The International Conference on the IAEA Technical Cooperation Programme held on 30 May – 1 June in Vienna highlighted numerous achieved cases and future perspectives of the Technical Cooperation Programme in agribusiness, energy, environment and health for developing countries.

Of course, there was a multitude of stodgy senior civil servants waffling about the status quo; those sessions are inevitable in the United Nations establishment. But, what made the event significant, were the companies invited to present their specific nuclear application in collaboration with the IAEA to meet profitable and sustainable developments in developing countries across the globe.

Companies such as ThermoFisher and ELEKTA and many others emerged as real stars of the conference by demonstrating corporate social responsibility without jeopardising the bottom line.

Since we are on the topic of corporate social responsibility, I ask you to save the date for the next series of #FOD17 Frontiers of Dialogue on Thursday, 7 September 2017. We have invited a multidisciplinary panel of distinguished practitioners to discuss CSR across Borders: Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa. Click here for more details.

In the coming weeks, I will keep you posted on the upcoming #FOD17 theme of business opportunities with effective impact solutions in Africa’s emerging markets.

How Business Regulates Migration

How Business Regulates Migration

The private sector’s capacity to regulate migration 

Migration is a key driver of sustainable development in all aspects of our lives. And yet, most governments across Europe and the USA shun away from publically announcing integration initiatives to avoid political discontent.

Unnecessary time and money are wasted on policies to stem migration which will only encourage human smugglers and benefit business who employ undocumented migrants and refugees to avoid complying with existing pay and working conditions.

Civil societies and think tanks have been servicing governments with data, insights and proposals. In recent years, social enterprises and CSR-driving initiatives have emerged to absorb the migration flow. Take for example the Hotel Magdas in Vienna, which offer jobs and training to multilingual ex-refugees. Other exemplary companies among many, which offer internships and scholarships to young migrants are Siemens, the Deutsche Telekom and Bosch Group.

Meanwhile, there is a number but enough recruitment agencies specialising in trending jobs for refugees such as cleaning, mechanical engineering and nursing.

Shrinking Europe. Expanding Africa

Did you know that in the 1950’s, Italy had a population size of 47 million and Nigeria less than 30 million? Fast forward to present times, Italy expanded to 60 million and Nigeria to a whopping 180 million people.

Despite the proximity to Europe and Africa, both continents face contrary issues regarding population and economic lifecycle. In Europe, it appears that people are giving up on sex. Despite a rising life expectancy, the average population are too busy to procreate. Africa seems to demonstrate the correlation between being idle, low life expectancy and increasing fertility rate; so much so that most of the continent may not be able to create enough jobs to absorb emerging talents.

What can businesses in Europe do to help reverse the exodus?

Civil societies, governments and businesses in Europe need to collude in finding solutions to absorb the migration flow. Creating a gated European community will not work in the long run. A more proactive approach, among others, would be to incentivise CSR initiatives that extend beyond borders.

We already know the reasons for the migration phenomenon including consistent climate change and people wanting a better life without having to shed blood, etc.

Small and medium enterprises and entrepreneurs can help with inventions and profit from supplying sustainable goods and services, such as cleantech solutions, low-cost off-grid energy generators and overall skill development to empower the youths in developing countries.

Multinationals have the corporate muscle to contribute to sustainable economic development, and to improve the quality of life for employees, their families, their communities at home and beyond borders.

According to Alessandro Cenderello, Managing Director of Ernst & Young Europe: “If managed well, migration can play a decisive role in economic development and civil society. Many economists argue that migration presents a potential solution to the impending challenge of Europe’s ageing population. [..] Furthermore, the inflow of new talent and skills can stimulate growth in entrepreneurship and the establishment of new businesses, as evidenced in North America and elsewhere.” You can read more about the EY perspective by clicking here.

Throughout the history of humanity, the migration phenomenon had a tendency to ebb and flow. Back then, immigration was controlled by integration through the help of a Marshall plan, assistance of neighbours, balance of education and welfare. Just think of Ireland, Singapore and Hong Kong.

It’s just my view. An Aphropean View.

CSR Across Borders: Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa

CSR Across Borders: Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa

RESERVE YOUR PLACE NOW

Thursday 7 September 2017, 18:00-21:30
Salon Razumovsky, Vienna

 

Countless organisations across the world have voluntarily improved their corporate social responsibility (CSR) performance for financial reasons. Today’s global marketplace increasingly explores opportunities to trade with Africa’s emerging markets through profitable sustainability programs and CSR in view of strengthening skills, tackling climate change, erratic energy supply and weak infrastructure with focus on:
– Education and Training,
– Cleantech Solutions,
– Commercial Agriculture,
– Financial Services.

Why not extend sustainability efforts beyond national borders?
What role does technology play in launching a sustainability program?
What are the benefits and pitfalls?

Aphropean Partners in collaboration with IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Chapter facilitates an open debate about Corporate Social Responsibility Across Borders: Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa.
Together with a distinguished panel of academic experts and practitioners, we explore strategies that make social responsible international business operational by placing sustainability at the forefront.

WHEN? Thur, 7 September 2017 – 18:00 – 21:30

WHERE IS IT? Salon Razumovsky, Jacquingasse 57, 1030 Vienna

WHY IS IT OF INTEREST?
The purpose of discussing corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives across borders is to realise an alternative approach to penetrate the emerging markets in Africa.

The aim of #FOD17 is to help decision-making on sustainability initiatives, thus attract investors and brand loyalty by understanding sustainable business opportunities in emerging markets.
We will focus on Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa in aspects of:
– its customs/culture and consumer expectations,
– opportunities to build local capabilities,
– challenges and pitfalls, and
– how to work with stakeholders to determine impact solutions in Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa.

WHO ARE THE PANELLISTS?


WHO WILL ATTEND?

Professionals and peers with a mutual interest in sustainability, international trade and relations:
Corporations, Entrepreneurs, Investors, Consultants, Academics and the Curious.

We place emphasis on promoting intercontinental experts and thought leaders based in Austria.


HOW WILL IT BE DELIVERED?

An exclusive and engaging panel discussion with four speakers moderated by the host to address key themes of intercontinental relevance.

The event ambience is in an intimate and international setting including:

– Language: English
– 
Education: 60mins interactive panel discussion and 30mins Q&A
– Entertainment: drinks and snacks, music during networking period
– Price  €10 (students) – €20 (standard) including hors d’oeuvres and drinks (wine, beer, water, juice).


PROGRAM
18:00    Reception, Networking
18:30     Welcome and Debate Introduction
18:40     Debate Round One
19:00     Debate Round Two
19:20     Debate Round Three
19:40     Audience Q&A
20:10     Debate Conclusion
20:15     Drinks & Canapes Reception, Networking

 

#FOD17 FRONTIERS OF DIALOGUE

#FOD17 Frontiers of Dialogue is an event series for entrepreneurs, executives and professionals exploring the opportunities in Africa’s emerging markets. A panel of leaders of thought and practice exchange views on matters concerning business, technology and current affairs in the context of profitable sustainability.

Frontiers of Dialogue helps to expand the understanding of the African consumer, their needs and trends. Participants interact and build relations to actively engage on the internationalisation of their business to the top economies of Sub-Saharan Africa.

 

Previous topics of #FOD17 included:
Mastering Disruptive Innovation and Technology (March 2017)
Driving Environmental Performance with Technology (May 2017)

Making Profit & Sense of Sustainable Agriculture

Making Profit & Sense of Sustainable Agriculture

RESERVE YOUR PLACE NOW

Thursday 9 November 2017, 18:30-21:30, Salon Razumovsky, Vienna

 

At this Frontiers of Dialogue (#FOD17), we are hosting a conference involving academia, civil society, the public and private sector at large across the whole agricultural value chain, which special focus on Making Profit And Sense Of Sustainable Agriculture in Africa.

WHEN? Thursday 9 November 2017

WHERE IS IT? Salon Razumovsky, Jacquingasse 56, 1030 Wien

WHY IS IT OF INTEREST? 

  • To encourage meaningful dialogue and effective participation;
  • To provide concrete food for thought;
  • To highlight CSR initiatives and sustainable development programs in Africa;
  • To create opportunities to network within sector of interest;
  • To foster intercontinental economic cooperation and business partnerships.

WHO ARE THE PANELLISTS?

  • TBD

WHO WILL ATTEND?
Professionals and peers share a mutual interest in international trade and relations: entrepreneurs, executives, consultants, academics and the curious.

We place emphasis on promoting intercontinental experts and thought leaders based in Austria.


HOW WILL IT BE DELIVERED?

An exclusive and engaging panel discussion with four speakers moderated by the host to address key themes of intercontinental relevance.

The event ambience is in an intimate and international setting including:

  • Language: English 
  • Education: 60mins interactive panel discussion and 30mins Q&A
  • Entertainment: drinks and snacks, music during networking period
  • Price  €10 (students) – €20 (standard) including hors d’oeuvres and drinks (wine, beer, water, juice).


PROGRAM

18:30 – 18:00    Registration, Welcome drinks
18:00 – 19:00    Panel Discussion
19:00 – 19:30    Q&A
19:30 – 22:00    Networking, Connecting and Socialise

#FOD17 FRONTIERS OF DIALOGUE

#FOD17 Frontiers of Dialogue is an event series for entrepreneurs, executives and professionals exploring the opportunities in Africa’s emerging markets. A panel of leaders of thought and practice exchange views on matters concerning business, technology and current affairs in the context of profitable sustainability.

Frontiers of Dialogue helps to expand the understanding of the African consumer, their needs and trends. Participants interact and build relations to actively engage on the internationalisation of their business to the top economies of Sub-Saharan Africa.

Previous topics of #FOD17 included:
Mastering Disruptive Innovation and Technology (March 2017)
Driving Environmental Performance with Technology (May 2017)

The Afro-Austria Business Summit 2017

The Afro-Austria Business Summit 2017

Celebrating Africa’s New Dynamism

Purple Premium Ltd and Iroko Awards International, in collaboration with Aphropean Partners, invites you to participate in the first Afro-Austria Business Summit with a focus on global business and economic development.

Currently, on tour across Europe, this event provides you with an excellent chance to:

  1. Connect with enterprises who have successfully conquered a stake of the African market.
  2. Learn about the vast opportunities in real estate investments, capacity building, security, packaging industry, project funding and using technology for profitable sustainability solutions.
  3. Meet with industry specific decision makers, government representatives, civil societies and entrepreneurs with a vested interest in Africa’s New Dynamism.

Held on Saturday, 27 May 2017 between 17:00 – 21:00, the Afro-Business Summit will take place at the ARCOTEL Kaiserwasser, 8 Wagramer Strasse, 1220 Wien (near Kaisermühlen U-Bahn station).

The Afro-Austria Business Summit is free, but places are limited, so registration is required. To register, please email events@aphropean.com, call +43 664 494 1020 or click this link.

WHAT BRINGS AFRICA’S NEW DYNAMISM?

Richard Obahor, multi-award winning CEO of Purple Premium Ltd and the event host explains.

MEET THE SPEAKERS

In the theme of Celebrating Africa’s New Dynamism, the Afro-Austria Business Summit will feature a line of inspiring keynotes, including Speakers (click on the names for bio):

Dr Dayo Olomu – Staying Ahead in a Volatile Business Climate & Digital Age

Rita Isiba – Profiting from Sustainability through Technology in Africa’s Emerging Markets

Hon. Dayo Bush – Business Protection & Security

David Smith – Business & Packaged Opportunities in Nigeria

Herbert Macheiner  – Project Funding

Yemisi Akindele – Grooming Leaders of the 21st Century

Richard Obahor – Real Estate Investment for Nigerian in the Diaspora

Subrinah Dolischka – Moderator

 

Afro Austria Business Summit

ENTERTAINMENT

Along with the inspiring and educational keynote sessions, the event will live music and an awards ceremony. The evening will feature a performance by Ola Egbowon, Austria’s critically acclaimed soul & pop artist, who will perform singles from his last album, Love is Alive. The Afro-Austria Business Award is a ceremony for deserving businesses and professionals, including categories:

  • Making a Difference in the Community
  • Excellence in Leadership
  • Excellent Business

 

ola egbowon

 

To register for #AfroAustriaBusinessSummit, please email events@aphropean.com, call +43 664 494 1020 or click this link http://bit.ly/AfroAustriaBusinessSummit

Driving Environmental Performance With Technology

Driving Environmental Performance With Technology

This event took place on 4 May 2017.

Technology plays a crucial role in managing environmental performance and achieving sustainable results in Africa’s emerging markets. 

Aphropean Partners in collaboration with the IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society invites you to join #FOD17 FRONTIERS OF DIALOGUE.

At this #FOD17 Frontiers of Dialogue, our panel will focus on the opportunities and challenges associated with environmental technology for sustainable development. We will close this inclusive discussion with an opportunity to network over drinks and canapés.

When & Where?

Thursday 4 May 2017 at 18:00h
AFRO-ASIATISCHES INSTITUT, GROSSER SAAL, TÜRKENSTRASSE 3, 1090 VIENNA

Our panel involves an exciting line-up of leaders of thought and practice from academia, civil society, public and private sector:

Moderator:

Rita Isiba, MBA, Aphropean Partners

Panellists:

His Excellency, Ambassador S.M. Gitonga,
Deputy Permanent Representative and Deputy Head of Mission 

Embassy & Permanent Mission of the Republic of Kenya

Dipl.-Ing Festus Imarhiagbe
,
Agricultural Scientist
AgrarMarkt Austria

Naomi Morishita, MSc, BSc,
Programme Officer
OeAD Housing Office GmbH

Jesse Ojobor MSc, BSc,
Industrial Resource Efficiency Expert
United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)

Jonathan Schreiber,
Entrepreneur
PureSelfMade

#FOD17 Frontiers of Dialogue aims to shed light on the role of technology in driving environmental performance, and the opportunities and challenges this presents in Africa.

What we will cover:

  • Key trends moving environmental technology forward in Africa’s emerging markets
  • Challenges faced in improving environmental performance: lessons learned
  • Opportunities for cooperation and transfer of environmental  technology

Program

18:00 – 18:15 
Registration and refreshments
18:15 – 18:30
Welcoming remarks by Rita Isiba, Aphropean Partners
Remarks by Engr. Oluyemi O. Ogundele, NIDOE Austria Chairman
18:30 – 20:00 
Panel Discussion + Q&A with Moderator Rita Isiba
20:00 – 21:00 
Connect over drinks and canapés

Places are limited so to avoid disappointment register now.

 

6 reasons why you will benefit from #FOD17

This event series exists to give you a motivating mix of inspiring content, great people, music, drinks and snacks. We charge a small fee to create a valuable experience in order for you to: 

  1. Discover from leading experts in academia, private and public sector with international exposure;
  2. Great opportunity to ask questions and share your opinion;
  3. Get up to speed on key trends and issues affecting the way of business and work;
  4. Develop your knowledge for new ideas and approaches in business or work;
  5. Connect offline and meet professionals with international in spirit based in Austria;
  6. Have a great time after working hours with an inspiring mix of great people, music, drinks + snacks 🙂

FAQs

I do not have a PayPal account. What to do?
Registration fees can be paid at the door.

Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please email the event team – events@aphropean.com .

Is my ticket transferrable?
Yes. If you are unable to attend, please send at least 24 hours before the event and we will give you a credit to use for future events.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, we will have your name on the list, so we know if you’ve booked or not.

What is the refund policy?
If you don’t turn up to the event you will not receive a refund or be able to transfer your booking to another event.

How to reach the venue?
AFRO-ASIATISCHES INSTITUT  (AAI) is located at Türkenstrasse 3, 1090 Vienna, Austria; Closest U-bahn station is Schottentor. You can plan your full journey with Wiener Linien.

 

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