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Helping independent travellers plan their dream trip to Switzerland...In the Holidays to Switzerland travel podcast you'll get practical tips and advice from Swiss travel experts to help you plan your dream trip to Switzerland. Your host, Carolyn Schonafinger, the founder of HolidaysToSwitzerland.com, shares her favourite destinations and experiences along with all the travel tips she has gathered over 30 years for planning a trip to Switzerland. You'll also hear from special guests who offe ...
 
Your British guide to Switzerland: an audio podcast for English speaking expats living in Switzerland and Swiss interested in Britain. Everything expats need to know about finding a job in Switzerland, how to find an apartment in Bern, Geneva or Zurich, how to find friends and get to know Swiss culture, traditions and of course, learn the language. We will try to answer your questions and give you personal insight into what it's like to move from London to Bern. This is not just a view from ...
 
If you're an investor or startup founder, keeping up with the latest news is essential. But who has the time to read all the tech blogs and news sites? That's where Startuprad.io comes in. Our monthly podcast covers the most important stories from Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. We'll keep you up to date on the latest venture capital deals, breaking startup news, and tech trends. And we'll do it all in 30 minutes or less. So you can get back to work building your own great company. Subscr ...
 
Alle zwei Wochen sprechen unsere HPE Hosts mit Experten und Visionären über die digitale Transformation in ausgewählten Branchen, wie beispielsweise im produzierenden Gewerbe. Es wird anhand von praktischen Beispielen diskutiert, wie Unternehmen mithilfe von Technologie aktuellen Herausforderungen ihrer Branche begegnen und Mehrwerte aus ihren Daten generieren können. Tune in!
 
On behalf of the Swiss Confederation (State Secretariat for Economic Affairs SECO) and the Swiss cantons, S-GE promotes exports and investments by helping its clients to realize new potential for their international businesses and thus to strengthen Switzerland as an economic hub. As the driver of a global network of experts and as a trusted and strong partner to clients, cantons and the Swiss government, S-GE is the first point of contact in Switzerland for all questions relating to interna ...
 
Notre podcast se consacre à l'étude des technologies avancées sur le plan juridique. Il a pour but de permettre à tout un chacun d'appréhender les problèmes et offre des conseils, ainsi que des solutions pour éviter les écueils dans une matière rébarbative. Le dimanche il est agrémenté d'une démarche prospective. Sébastien Fanti est un avocat et notaire spécialiste de ces questions. Il dispense son enseignement en Suisse (Université de Neuchâtel) et en France (Sorbonne) et exerce le mandat d ...
 
In 2011 Eddie Izzard, the man who turned talking Bollocks into an art form performed and sold–out Madison Square Garden in New York. He spent a three-month residency at the Theatre de Dix Heures in Paris performing STRIPPED: Tout en Francais in French! and then became the first stand-up to play a solo show at Los Angeles legendary Hollywood Bowl. It was an extraordinary year from an extraordinary man. Never one to rest on his laurels Izzard now plans to take on the world with a brand-new com ...
 
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In today’s UN Roundup: 1 - Biological weapons discussions begin in Geneva – the first in six years – aimed at kickstarting deadlocked discussions on a verification mechanism to prevent countries from developing biothreats. 2 - Today UN Women is also launching expert recommendations on women human rights defenders, as part of the 16 Days of Activism…
 
Anita Lehman is an author and a historian. When she moved to Geneva from her home city of Bern, she wanted to read to her son and couldn't find a suitable book about local history, so she wrote one.Από τον SwissVille Broadcasting
 
Our Highlights: FTX may be history, BUT a German Blog reports there are several parties interested in buying the European Entity of FTX. FTX also triggered Bitpanda to order a special audit from KPMG. We have some more job cuts, this time the 2nd round. Gorillas may sell itself at 1 bn USD even though they have raised 1.3 bn USD in venture capital …
 
Les voyages forment la jeunesse dit-on. Ils peuvent aussi changer complètement notre vie. Bruno Manser se sentait chez lui dans les jungles de Bornéo. Laurent a aussi trouvé la culture au sein de laquelle il est heureux. Il a appris à métisser son éducation suisse avec les valeurs locales pour vivre le meilleur des deux mondes. https://www.terrecam…
 
In this episode, Carolyn is joined by Catharina De Sa who is the founder and owner of a Swiss Epic Tours, a company that offers private tours for travellers from around the world. Catharina can design tailored made private tours to fit all your needs, from single day to multi-day tours. The private tours offered by Swiss Epic Tours are ideal for tr…
 
In this episode, listen to the inaugural State of Asia Address, given by C. Raja Mohan, one of India's foremost foreign policy thinkers and a Senior Fellow at the Asia Society Policy Institute in New Delhi. Raja talks about new pessimism surrounding the rise of Asia with the return of great power rivalry. He pleads for much deeper connections betwe…
 
Don't miss the latest episode of Swiss and Chips. Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, email or RSS! Warning: this episode is a rollercoaster! We try to navigate our way through a traditional Swiss kitchen, and explain the classic items you'll find in any Swiss kitchen cupboard. From flavourings to implements, we lift the table cloth on the …
 
In this episode, we welcome Veronica DeVore. Veronica is a Swiss-American dual national, living in Bern and working as Head of Audience at SWI swissinfo.ch. We speak with Veronica about her background, her experience of living here in Switzerland having grown up in the US, about the Swiss media landscape and about how certain stories in the news he…
 
From the 1930s through to the 2000s, join Ken Kessler and David Lindsay as they journey through the decades and explore watches inspired by and significant to past eras. From the iconic Patek Calatrava in the 1930s to the rise of the TAG Heuer Formula 1 collection in the 1980s, discover fascinating insights from Watch journalist, Historian and Watc…
 
Lou Bouzonnet is Recruitment Events Officer and EHL alumni. She explains what we can expect to discover at the upcoming Open Day on the 10th December. Lou also shares some of the skills that you learn in hospitality and hospitality management, that are adaptable to a wind range of careers, even outside of the hospitality industry itself. Register f…
 
Today on the WRS we're giving you the chance to win 1 year's world of contact lenses, courtesy of Linsenmax. Tune in to The Breakfast Show or The Homerun to find out how to get in the competition. Rachel Le, E-commerce manager at Linsenmax, talks to us on the Breakfast Show about the products available, buying in bulk, and their current Black Frida…
 
In today's UN Roundup: 1: Black Sea Grain Initiative: Amid looming global food insecurity crisis, ‘breakthrough’ on fertilisers hailed 2: COP27: Climate talks end in Egypt with agreement on damage and liability fund for countries most at risk of climate shocks. 3: An Exceptional Piano Concert at UN GVA by Maestro Nikolay Khozyainov, Great Master of…
 
World Press Photo opens today for one month at the Château de Pringins; an exhibit of the best press photos of the past year. Curator Raphael Dias e Silva explains the format and what we can expect to see at the exhibition. Independent, international and now also regional juries have selected around 120 photographs from 64,000 images. The range of …
 
April Dalton and Helen Weir from GAOS join us on the Breakfast Show this morning to talk about the production of Sleeping Beauty soon to be coming to the Théâtre des Marens in Nyon. With a cast of around 50 and more than 100 more behind the scenes, this promises to be quite the production! Tickets are selling fast at GAOS.ch…
 
In honour of Movember, Dr Michelle speaks with Paul Jukes from Outta Puff Daddys, a male-only dance crew based in Brighton in the UK. Paul explains how the crew helped him personally when he experienced depression. And how collectively they raise mental health awareness, create a safe space to talk and share vulnerabilities, as well as taking advan…
 
In today's UN Roundup: 1: UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Volker Türk started an official visit to Sudan yesterday Sunday, 13 November. This is Türk’s first official country visit as UN Human Rights Chief. The country remains in the grip of a serious political and economic crisis since the overthrow of former dictator Omar al-Bashir in 2019. …
 
Women are under represented in the sciences - and it's common for many girls to slip from studying the sciences in school. A fair at the Uni Mail this Saturday - only for girls - is designed to make sure girls maintain interest in STEM subjects. There will also be 'mentors' on hand - women scientists to provide help and advice. Mark Butcher spoke t…
 
Making sure children have the best start in life is important to all parents. One of the greatest skills a child can have is being multilingual and open and aware of other cultures. This is the ethos of the Ecole Mosaic in Champel in Geneva, as the Prinicpal Jean-Francois Lopez explains to Mark Butcher…
 
When choosing a fine wine - many overlook Portugal. But, in fact, the country has some excellent wines to enjoy. D.O.G Douro will deliver Portuguese wines to your door for you to discover. As Daniel Glasner, co-founder of D.O G Douro, explains to Mark Butcher - part of the reason Portuguese wine is so unknown elsewhere in Europe is because the Port…
 
Breitling marks a new milestone with the introduction of lab-grown diamonds in their new Superocean Chronomat. We meet with the brand’s Global Head of Sustainability Aurelia Figueroa as she discusses Breitling becoming carbon neutral, ensuring end-to-end traceability and the introduction of lab-grown diamonds. Breitling has firmly put sustainabilit…
 
Signy Centre Director Guillaume Teboul explains the evolution of the Signy Centre over the past 25 years. Over the week of the 25th anniversary, the Signy Centre will have lots of activities with a global theme. Kids can climb the empire state building, there will be the opportunity to take a snap in the London phone-booth that's a photo-booth, and…
 
The Network of European Startup Hubs 101 (Podcast) You have it all wrong. Europe is not full of competing startup hubs. They are increasingly forming a network for startups. The startups start at one knot in the network (frequently a university), move on to an accelerator, and end up in one of Europe's top 12 fundraising hubs to raise funds, someti…
 
Hoops of Iron are a relatively new association putting on full-length classical plays in neighbouring France. Their upcoming production of Much Ado About Nothing takes place in St Jean de Gonville this November 12,13, 26 & 27, and in Ferney Voltaire in December. More information, including links to buy tickets, can be found through the group's face…
 
Restorative Movement Specialist Johdi Woodford reminds us to be kind to our feet. Episode notes: Johdi Woodford, Restorative Movement Specialist, joins us to remind us to be kind to our feet. According to Johdi, we’re abusing our poor feet by wearing ill-fitting shoes, and wearing heels (yes! men and women). None of us are truly treating our feet a…
 
In this episode, Carolyn is joined by Peter Niederberger who has lived most of his life in a majestic Swiss town called Engelberg. Peter fell in love with his beautiful surroundings at a young age and he joins us today to tell us about the many things to see and do in Engelberg and its home mountain, Mt. Titlis. If you'd love to explore the beauty …
 
Agatha Kratz heads Rhodium Group’s China corporate advisory team, as well as its research on European Union-China relations and China’s economic statecraft. She contributes to Rhodium's work on China’s global investment, industrial policy and technology aspirations. Agatha is also a non-resident Adjunct Fellow of the Reconnecting Asia Project at th…
 
St. George’s International School, located in Montreux, is both a day and boarding school with students of around 60 nationalities. We find out more about the school from Principal Dr Ruth Norris. Visit St George's School at their upcoming open day on the 19th November from 10am.Από τον SwissVille Broadcasting
 
Funny and touching, six women in a small and close-knit Louisiana town meet regularly in Truvy’s beauty salon where their animated conversations reveal their hopes, joys, and disappointments. Stars of the show Ashling Barmes and Ann-Marie Mendes join Katt Cullen on the WRS Breakfast Show to tell us all about the upcoming performances. Tickets avail…
 
Welcome to This Month in German, Swiss, and Austrian (GSA) Startups in October 2022 by Startuprad.io with Chris from Essen, Germany, and Joe from Frankfurt. We recorded this news episode on Thursday, October 20th, 2022. Our Highlights: Another one of our former guests gets a Snoop Dog investment. Quick delivery startup Gorillas seems to sell itself…
 
Mental illness diagnoses are on the rise in Switzerland. In 2021, almost half of all new disability pensions were issued because of mental health problems. In addition to this, the Job Stress Index 2022 found that the number of working people who feel emotionally exhausted exceeded 30% for the first time since 2014. Dr Michelle explains how Health …
 
The annual Gift Box Appeal is now in full swing. The operation has been running for nearly 30 years and sends boxes of 'goodies' to underprivileged children in Eastern Europe - including Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova and Bulgaria. You don't need to donate anything expensive - but many things we take for granted will be loved by the children. Useful ite…
 
Always the latest Swiss and Chips Podcast. Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, Spotify email or RSS! After Jo got her Swiss passport it was time to step up and get her first real taste of Swiss democracy… and what better way to do it than going to vote in the regular Swiss polls in person. In this episode, we talk about how to vote in person or by p…
 
In this episode, Carolyn is joined by Celine Deplazes from Lucerne Tourism to learn all about the history and must-see places in the Lake Lucerne region. Celine was born and raised in the region and now calls the city of Lucerne home and she generously shares her local knowledge and tips for visiting the Lake Lucerne region with us. Listen now to l…
 
In our latest episode, Grant provides a fascinating insight into IWC, exploring the history of the brand, its key brand values and the importance it places on sustainability and green initiatives. Following the success of the IWC Top Gun collection and interactive roadshow across the UK, the pair also discuss the development and the inspiration beh…
 
On today's UN Roundup; Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Poverty. Tomorrow CinéONU will have a screening of Little Big Steve; a film about Steve, who grew up in a slum in Nairobi, and his journey to becoming a clinical psychologist. A discussion will follow, with the film's protagonist Steve Arodi, the Director Tiziana Caminada,…
 
James Crabtree leads the growing research team of the International Institute for Strategic Studies in Singapore, focused on the Asia-Pacific. Prior to joining the IISS, James was a Singapore-based author and journalist, and an Associate Professor of Practice at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. His best-selling 2018 book, The Billionaire R…
 
Join Faye Soteri and Bill Prince as they explore and uncover the world’s most desired luxury watch materials. From answering popular industry questions to unveiling the most common precious metals, discover everything you need to know about luxury watch materials.Από τον Watches of Switzerland
 
The vaccines are out! From Monday 10th October, COVID booster vaccination has been available across Switzerland. Dr Michelle explains booster recommendations and reminds us of additional ways to protect ourselves and others. Find out more from the Federal Office of Public Health:Από τον SwissVille Broadcasting
 
Simon Thompson is the new Principal of the British School of Geneva (BSG). He shares his first thoughts of the school, and tells us more about the benefits to students of both the English National Curriculum and the International Schools Partnership.Από τον SwissVille Broadcasting
 
This week on the UN Roundup: 1: Concerns grow for Ukraine communities who need everything to survive. More than 73,000 people in Kharkiv oblast have now received food assistance, which is nearly half of the population in the retaken areas. Villages and settlements across the oblast that are back under Ukrainian Government control are unable to meet…
 
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