Proudly presenting issues of SI magazine (from left): Tamara Mair (editor), Magdalena Frühwirt (promotion), Sandra Rottner (administration) and Daniela Zwerger (promotion). Photos: SI/Surrer
SI magazin at Interalpin: on the go to make ready video, print and online issues
Press events, engaging with readers, stage discussions: the SI team was in high demand at INTERALPIN. The magazine was a topic of conversation at the stand and in the aisles.
Many of the fair’s visitors described this year’s German-language INTERALPIN issue of the magazine, SI 3/2019, as a “catalogue”. And no wonder – it ran a thick160 pages.
But the English-language SI World 1/2019 and SI Urban 1/2019 were also very successful, as SI promoters, Daniela Zwerger and Magdalena Frühwirt confirm.
Many people visitedadministrator Sandra Rottner looked after readers, kept editors informed and connected advertisers with partner support in the persons of Gerald Pichlmair and Marco Harner.
SI publisher Gerald Pichlmair (left) enquires about the newest cabins from CARVATECH from the managing director Reinhard Aschauer.
Both editors, Tamara Mair und Thomas Surrer, on the other hand, were constantly on the go.
On their to-do list were numerous press events and meetings with companies, as well as exciting video interviews shot with the help of Jeremia Schwegler behind the camera. The collected information, photos and videos shot will now be edited and prepared for print and online issues.
Last but not least, SI Magazine presented itself as the industry’s platform by inviting everyone for the second time to an “all-important discussion” on the topic of “How do we cover the future with snow?”.
Michael Hanimann, Inauen-Schätti’s CEO, during a video interview with SI editor Tamara Mair. Jeremia Schwegler at the camera.
Walter Steinkogler speaks during a video interview with SI editor Thomas Surrer about the new explosive charge WYSSEN-2K®. Photo: SI/Mair
Mario Koch, COO of BÄCHLER, snow-making facilities manufacturer, answered the questions of the SI editor Thomas Surrer in a video interview.
Benjamin Gort from the Institute for Electronics (left) and Manuela Jäger, BARTHOLET Marketing, explain Marco Harner about special features of new pulley batteries.
Hans Hall (right) speaks with customers about chain parts for ski slope vehicles. Photo: HANS HALL
New programs were tested and demonstrated at the AXESS stand. Photo: SI/Mair
The Managing Director of SUPERSNOW Oskar Schenk (left) and the Marketing Manager Tomasz Palusinski with their charming escort.
Left to right: Gerhard Gassner (DOPPELMAYR Seilbahnen GmbH CEO), Raimund Baumgartner (CWA CEO), Arno Inauen (GARAVENTA CEO).
Rendezvous in front of PRINOTH’s GOURMET TRUCK (left to right): Director of LEITNER Anton Seeber, skiing legend Hermann Maier, Director of PRINOTH Werner Amort and the snowboard pro Alexander Maier.
MOTOREX and its French subsidiary YORK were present in the persons of (left to right) Bernhard Wyss, Markus Kühlberger, Edi Fischer & Markus Damm.
The FATZER team especially emphasized the quality and long service life of TRUsplice® splicing technology, as well as the advantages of the new myFATZER service portal for cableway operators.
KLENKHART & PARTNER – Planners with experience (left to right): The “bosses” Christian Weiler and Christian Klenkhart with project manager Lukas Kofler.