ATRON at the HOKO in Munich

On November 7, ATRON was represented for the second time at the HOKO University Contact Fair in Munich. After the very positive experiences from last year, the colleagues on site were not disappointed also. There have been many interesting conversations with highly motivated young talents from a wide range of study programs throughout the day. Most young people were confident that ATRON is active in one of the most important future industries. Many students also were attracted by the idea professionally forming the future of public transport. We are looking forward to the first conversations in our house and hope to welcome the one or other students in our team soon.

HOKO University Contact Fair Munich
The HOKO Munich is a University Contact Fair where more than 300 regionally and internationally successful companies from industry and economy present themselves. Students of all disciplines can inform themselves about occupational profiles, permanent positions, work student positions, theses and internship opportunities at the HOKO. The offer of the University Contact Fair is topped off with numerous lectures on various topics that are relevant for starting a career.

The ATRON Group
ATRON electronic GmbH ATRON has been working for 40 years with integrated, open and scalable system solutions and the digitization of business processes. In the area of public transport, our aim is to increase the efficiency for the public transport companies and the comfort for the passengers in order to transport as many people as possible door-to-door in a climate-friendly way. A changing society is constantly presenting us with new and exciting challenges, which we gladly accept. That's why we work day by day on intelligent solutions for cities and regions. ATRON wants to actively contribute to obtain the world liveable for future generations. Headquarter of the ATRON Group is Markt Schwaben, with branches in Dortmund and Leipzig as well as in Bronschhofen (Switzerland), Linköping (Sweden) and Zagreb (Croatia).

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