Owner and publisher
Privatvermieterverband Oberösterreich together with Oberösterreich Tourismus GmbH
Board: Marianne Zöchbauer, Edith Grill, Helga Lang, Elisabeth Riener, Ingrid Loindl, Marianne Lumesberger, Christine Zöchbauer
Oberösterreich Tourismus GmbH
Managing director: Mag. Andreas Winkelhofer
Freistädter Straße 119
Tel.: +43 732 7277-100
Fax: +43 732 7277-130
Web: www.oberoesterreich.at, www.oberoesterreich-tourismus.at
VAT-Id. No.: ATU398311107
Commercial register market: 138666x; commercial register court: Regional Court Linz
Representation of interests: Upper Austria Chamber of Commerce
Commercial or professional provisions: trade regulations (www.ris.bka.gv.at)
Purpose of the organisation
The aim is to make private hosts cooperate, to guide and to train them. This goal should be archived through cooperative advertising, through the consultation of the members on the rights and duties of private hosts, through the representation of landlords of private rooms and holiday apartments (except on farms), through exchange of experiences, through information and consultation of the members and through the categorization of private accommodations (except farms).
Oberösterreich Tourismus GmbH
To observe and represent touristic interests – in particular to support, manage and further develop the trademark system in tourism in Upper Austria, evaluate brand potential, develop nationwide target market strategy, and prepare and implement the corresponding communication, sales promotion and cross-destination strategies, products and services. Furthermore, to observe and represent nationwide tasks in the field of destination, site and tourism development as well as market research, to support tourism associations in the fields of personnel, procurement, information and communication technology and promotion, and to coordinate both nationally and internationally the interests of Upper Austrian tourism and the leisure industry with other institutions and branches of trade.
The aforementioned websites are independent information and presentation media with reservation tools to support and promote the aforementioned activities.
Graphic work and design, technical responsibility
Oberösterreich Tourismus complies with the regulations of the Austrian Data Protection Act (DSG 2000). In particular, data is only used within the scope of contracts (§ 11 DSG) and measures are taken to guarantee data protection by ensuring that data are used properly and not made accessible to third parties (§ 14 DSG). Contractors, service providers and their staff are obligated to keep the data provided by users confidential and not disclose them, unless a legally accepted reason for conveying or disclose the data provided in confidence or made accessible (§ 15 DSG) is given.
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