ataz – the Austrian Azerbaijani Chamber of Commerce – is a platform for economic, intercultural and humanitarian exchange between Austria and Azerbaijan. The purpose of the association is to strengthen the economic relationship between the two countries and to support companies in their business activities in both markets.
In doing so, ataz sees itself as a bridge-builder between two counties and regions playing a similarly important role in strategic and geopolitical terms. Austria has been the gateway to the CEE region for many years and Azerbaijan has recently become an important springboard to Central Asia.
15.9.2021 - ataz congratulates H.E. Mr. Rovshan Sadigbayli as New Ambassador of Azerbaijan to Austria
ataz welcomes H.E. Mr. Rovshan Sadigbayli as new Ambassador of the Republic of Azerbaijan to Austria; he is also the Permanent Representative of Azerbaijan to the International Organizations in Vienna.
We are wishing him success in all his endeavours.
27.7.2021 - ataz Board Room Talk
After a long break of face-to-face events due to Covid-19, ataz was very happy to be able to host a Boardroom Talk for its members on July 27th, 2021. The Boardroom Talk was led by ataz President Gerald Gerstbauer who also moderated a subsequent discussion round, followed by a lunch at the Park Hyatt Hotel in Vienna.
19.4.2021 - ataz Online Business Talk with H.E. Ambassador Galib Israfilov and MEP Martin Engelberg
The Austrian Azerbaijani Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with the Azerbaijani Embassy in Austria held an Online Business Talk on April 19th, 2021 on the topic "Economic Relations between Austria and Azerbaijan: Challenges and Opportunities“. Gerald Gerstbauer, president of the Austrian-Azerbaijani Chamber of Commerce, welcomed the participants, followed by a discussion between H.E. Galib Israfilov, Ambassador of the Republic of Azerbaijan in Austria, Martin Engelberg, Member of the Austrian Parliament and Gabriel Lansky, Managing Partner at Lansky, Ganzger + partner Attorneys at Law.The ataz Online Business Talk was moderated by Dorothea Gros, Secretary General of ataz.