Win one of 50 delightful packages from the traditional Austrian brand Heindl.
Place an order in the online shop during the promotional period from 11/05 until 11/06/2023 and, with a bit of luck, win a sweet "emergency package" for your company. Simply fill out the entry form on this page.
LAPP has ...
... around 5,000 employees worldwide who speak about 25 different languages. But who are the people behind these figures? We want to introduce ourselves and give you the chance to actually sample a little local delicacy with this competition.
May we present: Lapp Austria GmbH
Below you will find a fascinating selection of facts about the country, its people and LAPP Austria GmbH, and you can take part in the competition right away.
Win one of 50 delightful packages from the manufacturer Heindl.
An Austrian family company that, like LAPP, was founded in the 1950s and established its name as a brand.
Just like LAPP, the Heindl family also deals with supply, but of a tastier nature. Should an Excel list crash, the Internet become overloaded, or the office plant die, the "first aid case" will help you get through the day with nougat, fruit jelly and a vast amount of chocolate.
Would you like to take part in the competition but have not yet placed an order? We would be delighted to inspire you with Austria's favourite products.
Join the competition:
You can enter with any order as of a net goods value of €250 that has been placed during the promotional period between 11 May and 11 June 2023 in our online shop. One entry form can be filled in per order number.
Every order increases your chances of winning.
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Fun facts about Austria:
Austrians are consistent, just like our products:
the oldest daily newspaper still produced is the Viennese newspaper "Wienerisches Diarium". It has been in print since 1703. The oldest zoo in the world was also built in Vienna in 1752.
Austrians love beer and wine – but not every vintage tastes great! The St. Stephen's Cathedral was therefore partly built using wine. In 1450, the grape harvest was too acidic, so the unpleasant wine was used to mix the mortar.
Austrians enjoy the wonders of nature:
almost half of Austria is covered in forest and with just under a third, we have the largest share of the Alps in Europe. The highest point is on the Grossglockner at 3,798 metres.
Would you like to take part in the competition but have not yet placed an order?
We would be delighted to inspire you with Austria's favourite products.