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Three Coins is a developer of impactful educational formats in financial literacy and a multi-award winning social enterprise. Our formats are diverse and range from smartphone apps via classic training to multimedia video. The content is communicated in the language and in context with the living reality of our target groups so they can be met exactly where they are. Our work is accompanied by impact measurement and aims for positive behavioural changes  –  so that we can all move freely and self-determinedly through life, without any financial worries.

Our formats are disseminated by digital as well as non-digital applications or by multipliers such as youth workers, trainee trainers, teachers, parents or even bank advisers to reach as many people in the target group as possible and to have the greatest impact. Behavioural and experiential learning is in the foreground.

Three Coins’ provision to partners and customers includes counselling, product development and licensing of educational formats, believing that increased financial skill is one of the greatest levers for self-determination, poverty prevention and a healthy economy.

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This is what the media say about us …

Zeit im Bild 1

23.06.2019 | The daily news programme ZIB 1 reported on In-App purchases and has interviewed Goran on the topic. You can see the clip here.

Boston Consulting Group

13.06.2019 | The Boston Consulting Group published a report on the success factors for cooperations between start ups and corporate groups. Goran also got a chance to contribute. Read it here!

Wiener Zeitung

03.05.2019 | The daily paper Wiener Zeitung has addressed the topic of youth indebtedness and asked for Three Coins experiences. You can read the whole article online.


02.05.2019 | „If you ask children why they’s like to be millionaires, the answer: “Because I want to help other people!” When they grow up to be young adults, many of them are wondering, which BMW they should buy. That’s when I ask myself: What has changed in the years in between?” Forbes has talked to Goran about financial education and financial heros.

Der Falter

06.03.2019 | The weekly, Der Falter visited us at one of our workshops with youth workers and dealt comprehensively with the topic “financial literacy among youth”. Just click on the picture to read it.


12.10.2018 | Our Financial EmpowerCamp was presented in futurezone. And Goran was cited, “It’s about knowing how one stands in relation to tmoney, what it means as well as what values and attitudes are associated with it.” You can find the entire article here!

Trending Topics

20.09.2018 | Trending Topics lists us among the smartest EduTech start-ups in Austria. We are proud to be on this list with so many other pioneering organisations.

31.07.2018 |Consumption plays with our emotions and makes us spend more money than we actually have. has produced an interesting article and we are pleased to have contributed with our expertise. Just click on the picture to read it.

Die Presse

28.07.2018 | “Financial competency is a lever for many things, but above all for solving social problems,” says Goran in the daily newspaper Die Presse and encourages us to do something. Just click on the picture to read it.

Forbes 30 unter 30

04.06.2108 | Goran’s career has always been about promoting progress and challenging change, with equal opportunities always in the foreground. His commitment and path eventually led him to Three Coins … more on that here!

Vorarlberger Nachrichten

17.05.2018 | “Our apprentice training is about basic financial knowledge but also about self-reflection, about simple rules of thumb, about the conflict between need and want,” Lukas said during the interview with Vorarlberger Nachrichten. Click here to access the online article!

Die Presse

06.04.2108 | 26-year-old Goran Maric is the new CEO of the social business, Three Coins. You can see the whole article in Jobhopper by clicking on the picture.

Kronen Zeitung (Osterausgabe)

01.04.2018 | “Money is the biggest stress factor in our society. Every fourth person seeking advice on debt counselling is under 30 and, on average, owes 30,000 euros. The Austrian-based company Three Coins was founded six years ago with the aim of providing financial education to as many people as possible and especially to young people. The company operates in five countries and has received numerous awards. “

Wiener Zeitung

21.01.2108 | “Work environments are becoming less predictable and career paths are less easy to plan. We need new forms of training that are not just focused on individual subjects but provide a variety of skills, “says Goran at the “Work 2030” podium discussion of the Wiener Zeitung.