5020 Salzburg, Austria
KERN is headquartered in Frankfurt am Main and opened its second Austrian branch in Salzburg in October 2013 to add to its Vienna branch. A provider of translation, interpreting and language training the company provides guidance to already existing and new local customers in the world-famous cultural city, which is one of the most innovative business locations in Europe. Salzburg is Austria's fourth largest city, the capital of the federal state of Salzburg and the country's second largest trading centre.
The Salzburg branch supports business and private customers in Salzburg itself and throughout the entire state in the districts of Flachgau (Salzburg-Umgebung), Tennengau (Hallein), Pinzgau (Zell am See), Pongau (St. Johann) and Lungau (Tamsweg), as well as customers from Saalfelden, Bischofshofen, Seekirchen am Wallersee, Neumarkt am Wallersee, Mittersill and Radstadt.
The new branch in Salzburg's old town considerably strengthens KERN's market position in the Alpine-Adriatic region. "We are local business partners for small, medium-sized and multinational companies in all queries concerning foreign language communication", said Michael Kern, member of KERN's Executive Board, about the branch opening. "The expansion of our Austrian network strengthens existing customer relationships and facilitates new ones", Michael Kern continued.
Take bus line 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 14 to the Makartplatz stop. You can find us on the right-hand side, after the Sauterbogen arch in the "Münchnerhof" building.
On the A1 motorway, take the junction marked "Salzburg-Mitte" onto the B155 towards Freilassing. At the roundabout, take the third exit (Münchner Bundestraße/B155). Continue along the B1/Ignaz-Harrer-Straße and turn right after 2.5 km (about 1.5 miles) onto Gebirgsjägerplatz. From there, continue along Schwarzstraße and turn left onto Josef-Friedrich-Hummel-Straße after 180 metres. From there, take the first exit on the right to reach Makartplatz, where it is possible to park.
You can find us on the right-hand side, after the Sauterbogen arch in the "Münchnerhof" building.