Light pollution impacts human health and the ecosystem. In fact, there’s no longer complete natural darkness in Switzerland. This is why, according to Lukas Schuler of Dark-Sky Switzerland, businesses should create a lumen budget not only to save light flux and money, but to recapture the night sky.
For the first time ever, the Swiss stock exchange hit a lofty 10,000 points in trading earlier this week, and it is flirting with that number once again. But is this really due to the strength of Swiss stocks?
From the women’s strike to the still-unsigned EU framework agreement, events this week have shown that Switzerland still has a lot of work to do. Frederic Lelievre breaks it all down in this week’s edition.
The European Union is racing ahead with its action plan on sustainable finance. But are Swiss pension funds doing what’s needed to catch up? Dorothea Baur, CEO and founder of Baur Consulting, and Heinz Rothacher, CEO of Complementa, discuss why Switzerland risks missing the ESG train.
It is supposed to be a secret conference of business and political leaders. But the list is out for this weekend’s Bilderberg Meeting. Frederic Lelièvre reveals just who is on the guest list in this week’s Number of the Week.
Competitiveness across Europe has struggled to gain ground, but Switzerland is bucking this trend after climbing to fourth place in the IMD’s World Competitiveness Ranking 2019. Arturo Bris, director of the IMD World Competitiveness Center, gives his insights on this year’s competitive landscape.
ABB Switzerland Managing Director Robert Itschner says that there will be changes ahead. He explains how digitalization is transforming the business and why he sees tech giants such as Google and Microsoft as partners and not competitors.
This month, Switzerland welcomed the largest tour group in its history. The incentive trip of 12,000 people from China was organized by Jeunesse Global. We find out how Swiss businesses profited from the tourist wave.
What are start-ups missing in Switzerland? Do they need a plan to go international since the national market is limited? Tanya König sat down with Rafael Waber of SwissShrimp, Sandro Schmid of Aaaccell, and Michael Born of PXL Vision to hear their views on the start-up scene.
Switzerland’s property investment market has been on high alert after warnings by Swiss regulators that it’s getting overheated. But so far there have been no signs of a letup in investor appetite. Here’s a closer look at the latest figures. Switzerland’s property investment market has been on high alert after warnings by Swiss regulators that it’s getting overheated. But so far there have been no signs of a letup in investor appetite. Here’s a closer look at the latest figures.
Louis von Mérey, student at the University of Zurich, values diversity and simple hierarchies at the workplace. Von Mérey participated in a panel co-hosted by Universum and CNNMoney Switzerland featuring HR heads from Nestlé, Novartis and UBS.
Natasha Zryd, student at the University of Lausanne, shares what comes first for her when applying for a job. Zryd participated in a panel co-hosted by Universum and CNNMoney Switzerland featuring HR heads from Nestlé, Novartis and UBS.