A project of this dimension – meaning the present website – cannot be completed with conceptual know-how, creative strength, willingness to work and perseverance only. It is the soul of a work that forms its perfection – and I had good companions who made it possible for me to accomplish this work with soul. Each […]
About Beate Hemmerlein
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Manfred II. Mautner Markhof, also called “Professor” for short, was without a doubt one of, if not THE leading founder of the Austrian media and advertising landscape. At a time when the multinational agency networks with multiple name, identity and personnel changes, one thinks back with sadness of the decades successfully managed owner agency, which […]
With Sophia Marie Castell-Rüdenhausen, daughter of Theodor Heinrich Mautner Markhof and granddaughter of Manfred II. Mautner Markhof, the creative potential of her father and grandfather will be continued in the next generation. After trainings and internships in Vienna, Florence, Munich, London and Madrid in the Fashion & Design sector, in 2018 she founded her company […]
Since George III Mautner Markhof always endeavored to set up companies abroad, he decided in 1937, at the end of the Italo-Ethiopian War, to acquire a dilapidated brewery in Addis Ababa. So the cousins Georg III and Manfred I personally, as equal partners, took over the largest brewery in Africa, which was to be called […]
Cervejaria Vienense – when the Schwechat brewery expanded to Brazil After the war and his return to Austria George III continued to support the takeover policy of foreign breweries and has therefore also used his contacts in Brazil, where he had spent several years of war. With a share capital of 11 million Cruzeiros, he […]
On February 8, 1972, around half past eleven, the Austrian Airlines’ DC9 “Niederösterreich” lands with skier Karl Schranz at Vienna Schwechat Airport. When “Schranz sees the crowd waiting for him for the first time, his eyes light up. He sits up and straightens his tie”, writes Alfred Kölbel in the “Arbeiterzeitung”. “And there, on his […]