Legal Notice & Contact

Performer Management Instruments Dr. Gneisz GmbH
1080 Vienna, Albertgasse 1A/17 (top floor), Austria
Tel.: 0043 1 40 24 652, Fax: 0043 1 253 303 336 21

DPR no: 400 1849
FN: 344 355 f, VAT reg. no.: ATU 655 887 59
Registered at the Commercial Court of Vienna

The company humanBusiness GmbH was associated ever more closely with the Performer programme developed by Dr. Gneisz and re-named »Performer Management Instruments Dr. Gneisz GmbH«. Everything else has remained unchanged.

Relevant authority under the Austrian E-Commerce Act (ECG):
Municipal District Office for the 1st District of Vienna
Trade: Management and organisational consulting
Economic Chamber of Vienna: 0866350

General Terms and Conditions

Gender Statement
On this website and in all documentation produced by Performer Management Instruments Dr. Gneisz GmbH, also referred to as »Performer GmbH« for short, the term employee is meant to include women and men alike. Equal treatment is a matter of course for us.

Text & image copyrights
Publisher and responsible for the content of this site:
Mag. Dr. Lambert O. GNEISZ, MAS, CMC, SV

Photos: ©Horst Dockal

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