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Are you planning a vacation to Switzerland? On 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 Schönafinger, the founder of HolidaysToSwitzerland.com and a Swiss travel expert, shares the best places to visit in Switzerland based on her experiences, along with all the Swiss travel tips she has gathered over 30 years and on dozens of visits, for planning a trip to Swit ...
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Startup, Venture Capital and Tech News from Germany, Austria and Switzerland

Jörn "Joe" Menninger, Christian "Chris" Fahrenbach

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**Startuprad.io™ - Startup and Technology Podcast** Welcome to the ultimate shortcut for staying ahead in the dynamic world of startups and technology with Startuprad.io’s exclusive news podcast. Ranked among the top 20 entrepreneurship podcasts on Apple Podcasts worldwide, our sub-podcast delivers vital updates from the vibrant German, Austrian, and Swiss startup scenes in English only. In just 30 minutes or less, our monthly digest distills the essence of startup news, tech trends, and ven ...
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Welcome listeners! This podcast will be devoted to talking about topics that Carter and I find important. I promise that we will get better with this and everything will raise in quality with experience! Have fun listening to this and I hope everyone takes something away from this.
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Switzerland Global Enterprise

Switzerland Global Enterprise

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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 ...
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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 ...
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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!
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Lexing Switzerland

Sébastien Fanti

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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 ...
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Eddie Izzard Force Majeure Switzerland 2013

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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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Welcome to Smartalks, the podcast that brings you to the heart of real conversations with inspiring leaders and CEOs in Switzerland and Dubai. We bring you interviews with the biggest names, innovators and disruptors in the industry. From entrepreneurs to financial experts, digital strategists to executives, Smartalks gives you an honest, unfiltered look into their successes, struggles and everything in between. Whether it's stories of their journey to the top, opinions on the state of their ...
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Part 3 of Dr Michelle’s conversation with Dr Carine Karnouk, Counselling & Support Services Manager and Head Psychologist at Cancer Support Switzerland. This time looking at the contimnous task that's needed - fundraising. Find out more: cancersupport.chΑπό τον SwissVille Broadcasting
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Looking at Miloo bikes, you’ll probably be struck by the chunky tires. But keep looking and you'll soon notice that they're packed with extra features that you don't typically see on an electric road bike. Talking to WRS' Katt Cullen, Co-Founder Anna Bory explains why the mobility industry is so much greater than four wheels versus two. She explain…
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Have you ever wondered, “What is the best time to visit Switzerland?” If you're considering a trip to this stunning country, Switzerland in autumn might just be the perfect answer. In this special 100th episode, we'll explore the incredible beauty of autumn in Switzerland. During fall, the Swiss landscape transforms into a breathtaking canvas of vi…
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We speak to Carolyn Schönafinger from Holidays to Switzerland about travelling around Switzerland. Carolyn has been visiting Switzerland for over 30 years and runs her own travel podcast. She tells us about four famous places (Lucerne, the Berner Oberland, Zermatt, and Montreux) as well as several destinations off the beaten track. We also talk abo…
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Learn about the events each week at the United Nations with Margaux Creagh and Katt Cullen. Margaux works within the Press and External Relations Team at the United Nations Information Service in Geneva. She is responsible for drafting press releases for the media, diplomatic representations, non-governmental organizations, and the public, on key m…
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Welcome to our May 2024 wrap-up, delivering vital news from the startup and tech entrepreneurship scenes in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland—all in 30 minutes or less! 🎧 Join Chris from New York City and Joe from Frankfurt as they bring you the latest updates in the GSA region. Due to Whit Monday and travel plans, this news cut is from May 16th. A…
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Are you on a search for inner peace? Do you want a few minutes a day to escape the rat run of life? At a special session in Geneva on Thursday 20th June you can learn meditation techniques from the master Gurudev. But what can meditation do for you? Mark Butcher spoke to advanced meditation teacher, and head of the Art of Living Switzerland, Marcel…
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Part 2 of Dr Michelle’s conversation with Dr Carine Karnouk, Counselling & Support Services Manager and Head Psychologist at Cancer Support Switzerland. This time looking at some of the services they offer for family, loved ones, and other care givers, as well as the availability of online support. Find out more: cancersupport.ch…
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Robbie Newton and Léo de Riedmatten are embarking on an exciting running challenge which they're calling "Project 26". They are going to be running 26 kilometres a day for 26 consecutive days, in the 26 cantons of Switzerland — a challenge which has never been done before! They are aiming to raise CHF 26,000.- for Sportegration, an NGO based in Zür…
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Anne-Marie Harwood is the Managing Director of Secondary at Haut Lac International Bilingual School. She's also one of the 4 co-founders of the school, which started 31 years ago. As she explained to WRS, all co-founders are still closely involved in the management of the school. Located in St Legier, around 5 minutes above Vevey, the school has cl…
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Catch Todd Barry LIVE at the Comedyhaus in Zurich on Thursday 6 June. Tickets are available at ticketcorner.ch Todd Barry has released four one-hour stand-up specials, including his latest special, Domestic Shorthair. He has starred in shows such as The Wrestler, Road Trip, Flight of the Concords, Chappelle's Show, Spin City, and Sex in the City. Y…
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Parking across the whole canton of Geneva has got easier with a significant change in how you can pay for spaces online. Mark Butcher spoke to Damien Zuber, who’s the General Manager of the Fondations des Parkings who explains how the new multizone parking app works. You can pay for half or full day parking in Geneva on Multipark.ch – the web app i…
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Planning a trip to Switzerland can be overwhelming. With so many beautiful places to see, how do you ensure you're choosing the best experiences that make every moment count? Today, we’re going to uncover the lesser-known yet breathtaking Gotthard Panorama Express. This unique travel experience combines a relaxing boat cruise on the picturesque Lak…
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The 5th edition of Walk the Talk - Health for All will take place this Sunday 26 May. Focus will be on the importance of physical activity, mental health, disease prevention, and access to healthcare for all. The event is free, open to participants from all backgrounds, and can be done on foot, running, or in a wheelchair. A multitude of celebrated…
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Jane Broere is the Founder of 'Nourishing Minds', the charity that's working with schools in Malawi to feed school children with locally grown maize-based lunches. This Friday they're organising a Ceilidh at the Grand-Saconnex Salle Communalle from 7-11pm (doors open at 6pm), with a live band, food and entertainment. Tickets cost CHF 45.-. Tickets …
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GAOS will present rock-musical RENT this 23-26 May 2024 at Théâtre de Marens in Nyon. RENT ran for 12 years on Broadway, telling the tale of a group of young artists in the East Village of New York City. There are themes of falling in love, finding a voice, growing a community and living for today. The musical is a pop cultural phenomenon with song…
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17 year old James Adalla is a pianist at the musical school of Jaques-Dalcroze and a high-school student at Collège Elilie-Gourd in Geneva. He's currently leading the second edition of his charity project "Gift of Smile Through Music". Born with a cleft lip and palate himself, James' initiative aims to finance surgical operations for other children…
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Nicolas Debluë from Domaine Debluë in Founex joins us on the Breakfast Show to talk about Swiss wines, the recent weather and its effects on crops, and what they're planning for this weekend's event. Caves Ouvertes costs just CHF 40.- to access and taste wines at over 200 vineyards across Vaud this weekend, including a wine glass, a CHF 20.- off vo…
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Are you dreaming of visiting Switzerland but feeling unsure about the cultural norms and etiquette? As a visitor in a foreign country, it's natural to worry about unintentionally offending locals or committing social faux pas. In this episode, I chat with Kathrin Spinnler, who was born and raised in Switzerland, to get her expert advice on navigati…
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Some important changes from the Federal Office of Public Health this month concerning vaccination against tick-borne encephalitis: vaccination is now recommended in Geneva canton, and also for children from the age of 3. Dr Michelle explains more.Από τον SwissVille Broadcasting
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We speak to Serge Frech, the director of the Swiss national association of ICT training (ICT-Berufsbildung), about basic and continued IT training in Switzerland. Unlike in many countries, most Swiss IT professionals complete vocational training. After achieving a basic degree, they can continue their education by obtaining a federal or advanced fe…
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One of Scotland’s musical institutions: touring all over Britain and abroad. The Follies are a full evening's entertainment, on an original theme each year, drinks before Act 1, 35 minutes of live and original singing (no microphones) , then an hour for dinner, then Act 2, 50 more minutes of song and pleasure followed by coffee and pudding wine. Fo…
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Emily Boyle is an activist for Swiss Youth For Climate and was documenting the workings of the latest COP28 meeting in Dubai. She's made a film - Hearing No Ojections - which follows youth activists at the conference. It's being screened in Geneva on May 15. It's hoped the film will soon be screened at festivals. Emily would really appreciate your …
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The latest production from the Lausanne based the Village Players is the classic Tennessee Williams play, The Glass Menagerie. Mark Butcher spoke to the director Hannah Sellers about the play. It's on at the Centre Pluriculturel et Social d'Ouchy, May 16-19 Full details: villageplayers.chΑπό τον SwissVille Broadcasting
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Are you planning to see scenic Switzerland by train? In this episode, Carolyn answers 15 of the most frequently asked questions by travellers who plan to travel Switzerland by train. If you’ve ever wondered if there are weight limits for luggage on Swiss trains, or have asked ‘do Swiss trains have toilets?’, these questions and many more will be an…
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Carouge has been marking the begining of spring with events and shows for the last 50 years - and this year is no exception. Mark Butcher spoke to Cecilia Campeas from the Ville de Carouge about some of the highlights. The theme this year is 'secrets'. All the details are on www.printemps-carougeois.ch…
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GEDS will be going to the Festival of European Anglophone Theatrical Societies (FEATS) in Antwerp with two plays this year; one play is about two inept criminals planning a heist that goes terribly wrong, the other is about three couples at different stages of their relationship on the day before St Valentine’s Day. Before they head off to FEATS, t…
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Youness Yaghcha from LIME - Lab for Innovative Minds & Entrepreneurship - explains how he works with entrepreneurs to build their businesses and save time and money in their start-up journey. He explains the importance of working with the right people, finding funding and testing the product in the market.…
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Screening for colorectal cancer is recommended for anyone over the age of 50 in Switzerland. Dr Michelle explains the screening options, how to find out if your Canton runs a screening programme, and what to do if they don’t. Visit swisscancerscreening to find out more.Από τον SwissVille Broadcasting
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Club President David Underhill and club member Sandra Clayton join us in the WRS studio to talk about the club, the facilities, and how they welcome all ages with any level of experience to come and play a game or two. The Club's facilities are located in the CERN premises in Prévessin in neighbouring France.…
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Burnt Out in Biscuit Land is coming to the Grütli Theatre in Geneva on the 16 and 17 May. Created by Jess Thom - an artist, writer and activist, this performance challenges stereotypes and misconceptions about disability through her various works. Jess has Tourette’s syndrome herself. She co-founded Touretteshero in the UK in 2010; a project that c…
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Are you ready to ride on the world's first and only open-air double-decker cable car? Join us in this episode as Carolyn chats with Lena Häfelfinger to learn all about visiting Mt. Stanserhorn. Lena shares the many reasons to visit the mountain which include great views over Lake Lucerne, hiking, learning about the local flora and fauna, and dining…
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We speak to Laura Vrinceanu, who got her IT job through Rigby, about moving to Zurich, Switzerland. Laura relocated a year and a half ago to work for a bank as a Tableau developer. With seven years of professional experience under her belt, she is committed to never stop learning and strive for excellence in her field of work. Moving to Zurich has …
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Previously known as ESCA CancerSupport, Tara Miller explains the name change ahead of their biggest annual fundraiser each year; Steps for Cancer Support. Register now. Whether you have been diagnosed with cancer or are dealing with a loved one’s illness, Cancer Support Switzerland is here to support you. All their services are free and in English.…
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Let's go in search of five of the most beautiful waterfalls in Switzerland! In this episode, our guest, Melinda Schoutens, joins us to tell us about some of her favourite Swiss waterfalls. Each of these breathtaking waterfalls in Switzerland are easily reached by public transport - or on foot if you enjoy a hike - and will be a highlight of your Sw…
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Welcome to our March 2024 wrap-up with vital news from the startup and tech entrepreneurship scenes in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland in 30 minutes or less 🙂. Our startup news is recorded with Chris in New York City and Joe in Frankfurt. Recording date is March 25th 2024 and all news not included will be in our next news to be released on April …
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