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Lithoz chosen as top spin-off in Austria

The company has been chosen by the “Spin- off Austria Initiative” as one of Austria’s top 5 university spin-offs

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Among a list of successful spin-offs from Austrian universities, Lithoz has been named as one of the top five companies by the Spin-off Austria Initiative. The initiative, which uses data contributed by universities, universities of applied science, and other top institutions, aims to create a comprehensive database of spin-offs for the purpose of tracking and promoting growth in entrepreneurship. Lithoz’s achievement of a top-five place among these other significant companies highlights their success in the past ten years since their founding, as well as showcasing their influence on the global market.

Among a list of successful spin-offs from Austrian universities, Lithoz has been named by the Spin-off Austria Initiative

Lithoz, which is this year celebrating the ten-year anniversary of its founding, was created as a spin-off from the TU Wien by two students, Dr. Johannes Benedikt and Dr. Johannes Homa. Since then, the company has grown into a global leader with a range of industry-trusted ceramic 3D printers used for various applications, including medical, dental, and industrial, and has also developed innovative ceramic 3D printing materials to suit different needs.

The Spin-off Austria Initiative, founded by renowned Austrian investors Hermann Hauser and Herbert Gartner has the goal of raising awareness that, alongside teaching and research, Austrian universities must make entrepreneurship a third vital mission. Hermann Hauser describes the initiative as having the goal to ‘promote an Austrian ecosystem’ and encourage ‘the creation of 1000 spin-offs by 2030.’

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