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Austria’s music tech entrepreneurs are pushing Vienna into new areas of innovation

Austria’s music tech entrepreneurs are pushing Vienna into new areas of innovation .
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Bridget Carter
Bridget Carter is an international relations graduate student at Webster Vienna Private University where her areas of focus include post-conflict development and gender dimensions of migration. She was born in Texas, grew up in California, lived in Bangkok, and now calls Vienna home. She is an avid traveler, inspirational-reads enthusiast, and health-food junkie. She also likes to step out on foot and marvel at the common, and not-so-common, wonders of Vienna.

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