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Support special talents

"Projects and activities by youth or for youth have the most energy for change."

The initiators of the Millstatt Business Talks have set themselves the goal of establishing a youth and talent development program in addition to the top-class annual program and the excellent speakers. With the 6th Millstätter Wirtschaftsgespräche 2022, the millstatt*career*program with mentors* and mentees from the region started for the first time.

We at Ortner helped to shape this initiative and continue to support and accompany this project. One of the mentees is David Edlinger, a highly talented young musician from Radenthein. David is a special talent, and not only from a musical point of view, but also in his human and social behavior.

"Projects and activities by the youth or for the youth have the greatest energy for change". To promote youth and to meet young people at eye level we understand not only as our mission, it is fun and motivates us all. Promoting special talents is important and creates role models that make people proud. However, youth development is to be understood much more broadly and encompasses all children and young people, with all their strengths and weaknesses, to which we are gladly committed.

On the left is a young man holding timpani mallets. Next to him is Josef Ortner.
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