Line of business: Development of a smartphone app
p.a. Tribe.Space, Kandlgasse 19-21
1070 Vienna, Austria
Register number: 538408 b
Place of jurisdiction: Vienna
VAT ID: ATU75800108
Member of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber Competent Authority: Magistrate District Office MA 63The trade law conditions that apply to the activities of the society can be found online at www.ris.bka.gv.at.
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p.a. Kandlgasse 19-21
1070 Vienna, Austria
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