|Local Name:||Amway Österreich|
|Est. # IBOs:||>27,000|
|Est. Sales:||€25,000,000 (2007)|
Amway Ges.m.b.H. distributes approximately 700 consumer products through a nationwide network of more than 27,000 independent distributors.
Amway Ges.m.b.H.'s main offices are located in Vienna, the capital of Austria. In 2003 Amway Europe opened the first Amway "experience center" - the AEEC, also in Vienna..On June 26, 2006, the [UNICEF] Corner was unveiled at the Center.
The central warehouse is located in Venlo (Netherlands), where orders for Europe are distributed.
Known qualifiers at Diamond and above.
- Nusshold, Hans & Eva (2005)
- Haag, Paul & Claudia (2005)
- Bauer, Friederike & Johannes
- Hitthaler, Margit (2004)
- Kutschera, Maria & Rudolf (2005)
- Kummer, Edgar & Isabella
- Lutz, Dieter & Angelika
- Mori, Martin
- Neumeister, Erika & Franz
- Stummer, Margaretha & Walter
Partner Stores and Affiliates
Amway Austria partners with UNICEF to support child survival in developing countries through UNICEF’s Immunization Plus Program and the following programs  -
- Through Amway Europe's support of UNICEF's work in Kilifi, immunization of children under the age of one will increase from 40 percent to 70 percent by December 2007
- Business Run Vienna – all proceeds from sales of Amway T-shirts, spectator tickets and Lily-pins benefit UNICEF, as well as funds raised through a donation box and raffle
- The Amway European Experience Center in Vienna sells UNICEF gifts, contributions are also collected through the One-by One-UNICEF-Corner donation box
- Proceeds from the sale of Lily-pins, holiday cards and online donations
- Raffles at various IBO events
- IBO donations via order number (1€, 5€, 7€ can be added for UNICEF to regular product orders)
- Amway Austria provides product donations to various kindergartens, children’s residences and orphanages, such as SOS Children’s Village
Since 2003, through Amway’s Pan-European partnership with UNICEF, more than 90,000 children have been immunized against the diseases that most threaten young lives