AustriaTech publishes the first Sharing Landscape Austria

From car sharing and bike rental to special infrastructure requirements - the sharing economy plays an increasingly important role in our daily lives and makes a significant contribution to sustainable mobility. The numerous players and initiatives in this area are now being brought to the fore.


This publication complements AustriaTech's comprehensive basic document on the topic of sharing mobility and provides an overview of the Austrian sharing landscape and the diversity of its players.


Austrian Sharing Landscape 2024

AustriaTech's "Sharing Landscape Austria", which will be updated annually in future, starts with over ninety entries. The categories range from "Startups and Companies and Associations" to "Early Adopters" and "Enablers and Extended Ecosystem".

For this edition, we have attached great importance to a comprehensive presentation and good clarity in order to strengthen the visibility of the Austrian players involved in the sharing sector and thus make the existing know-how more accessible. The Sharing Landscape can be found on its own website, which contains both the current edition and future historical versions, explains Brandstetter.

All players from the sharing sector are invited to register free of charge via a form at


Comprehensive analysis

The basic sharing document published in 2023 provides a comprehensive overview of current developments in the Austrian mobility landscape. In addition to an overview of the market situation, political strategies, traffic effects and users of sharing services in Austria, sharing concepts are examined in the context of housing construction, corporate mobility management and tourism.

Both documents are intended to promote the Austrian sharing scene and support sustainable, future-oriented mobility.

The collaboration in the creation of the basic document was inspiring and showed how much commitment and innovative strength there is in the Austrian sharing scene. We look forward to making this diversity visible on an ongoing basis in the future with the Sharing Landscape and supporting further development together, adds Natasa Hodzic-Srndic.