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Svetlana Stojšić, Regional Manager of WIFI

WiFi International: Exporting Austrian Educational Standards

WIFI has been working for over 70 years to develop new offers on a continuous basis and opening up innovative educational pathways through its nine regional WIFI head offices and 80 local subsidiaries in Austria

WIFI’s network today encompasses most countries of Eastern and Southeast Europe, as well as Asian, African and Arab countries, but also the CIS countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova and Russia). WIFI supports companies by providing higher qualifications for their staff and Austrian educational know-how in respective local languages, as well as strengthening the competitiveness of companies in this region.

The WIFI offer ranges from seminars and courses, to industry-specific education and training in both the White Collar and Blue Collar segments. In Central, Eastern and Southeast Europe, WIFI works on an estimated market potential of approximately 470 million inhabitants.

WIFI INTERNATIONAL: ECONOMIC PROMOTIONS

WIFI International serves as an intermediary between companies of the Austrian economy and entrepreneurs and executives of local SMEs based in the Western Balkans and Ukraine, via offers of practise-orientated training on the topic of exports.

WIFI International acts as a door-opener for international cooperation and promotes economic relations. As a rule, graduates come to Austria for study visits, where they gain contacts with equivalent sectors of industries and companies during meetings addressing cooperation.

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