March 05th 2015

“Entrepreneurship as a Roller Coaster”: 11th South Tyrol Business Forum as an international platform

As an international platform for managers from Italy, Austria and Germany, the South Tyrol Business Forum will be held for the eleventh time on Friday, March 20, 2015. With an impressive and international list of speakers and attractive topics on the program, the event is set to be a winner.

For the eleventh time, Management Center Innsbruck (MCI) and its partners – Stiftung Südtiroler Sparkasse, Südstern and Business Bestseller – are holding this high-grade event in South Tyrol as a unique platform for dialog and networking. A roller coaster manufacturer who is very familiar with the ups and downs of entrepreneurship (Alberto Zamperla), a top manager who is shaping change in a global corporation (Dagmar Chlosta), an innocent ex-prisoner who handled the hardships of imprisonment under extremely difficult conditions (Joseph Oubelkas) and a fashion pioneer who created a leading global platform for young designers on a shoe-string budget (Stefan Siegel) – these four highly interesting speakers are the big attraction at the 2015 South Tyrol Business Forum. Under the heading “Entrepreneurship as a Roller Coaster – Successful Strategies for Management and Leadership”, the event will be offering fresh stimulus and creative ideas for tackling the future challenges facing entrepreneurs.

The Forum accordingly promises to be a top-class event that will draw its audience from the whole of the Tyrol and the Trentino. Managers, decision-makers and self-employed persons also appreciate the opportunity for making useful contacts and holding personal discussions.

The 11th South Tyrol Business Forum will be held at Forum Brixen on Friday, March 20, 2015, from 1 - 8 p.m. The organizers are offering special rates for several persons attending from the same organization. Full details of the program and registration are available at

Further Information:
Daniela Lindtner, +43 512 2070 - 1721,

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