"Die Praxismacher" is a competence network for doctors around the topic of starting, changing and extending doctor´s offices. Our wide field of expertise allows a support in financing, design, planning and implmenetation.
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FOODSEG was a EU funded project which has been coordinated by rtd services with the goal to establish an European Network of experts along the whole food-feed value chain including the consumers.
baumstark translates the language of wood into high quality design compositions, that meet your individual needs and your demands of comfort and appearance. All styles either traditional, classic or modern, trendy, stilish or avant garde can be realised. For all areas of private living culture as well as for representative rooms of companies,...
easyscience is a brand that combines expertise of rtd services, AWDesign and regiovation. easyscience has the goal to plan, design and implement concepts to communicate scientific, technologicial and innovative content. These concepts result in individually targeted outdoor experiences and interactive adventures for people.
BIOPROM was an EU funded project that has been coordinated by rtd services and had the goal to design, produce and implement a European interactive travelling exhibition based on the topic of bio-economy. As a whole more than 200.000 visitors enjoyed the MISSION POSSIBLE exhbition.
With the support of rtd services several INTERREG funding projects have been acquired for our clients. We mainly worked in the following programmes: Austria-Hungary, Austria Slovakia/Czech Republic, Austria-Bavaria, Austria-Italy.
SCICOM was an EU funded project that has been coordinated by Welios, the Science Center in Wels, Austria, in cooperation with rtd services and had the goal to design, produce and implement an European interactive travelling exhibition based on the topic of renewable energies. As a whole the exhibition has been visited by more than 350.000 people.
SPICED was an EU funded projects that has been coordinated by the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment in Berlin, Germany, and had the goal to assess the safety and quality of selected spices and herbs.
ECO-FCE was an EU funded project that has been coordinated by the Queens University of Belfast, UK, and had the goal to evaluate and improve feed efficiency in pigs and broiler chicken by using feed additives, enzymes, genetics approaches. In addition, the consortium had the approach to reduce environmental consequences in animal production.