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Municipal utilities seek cooperation with other industries – digitization opens up new business areas

Zurich, 21 September 2020. Increasing digitization and cross-industry cooperation are opening up new busi-ness areas for energy supply companies (ESCs) in Switzerland. For example, 80 per cent of energy suppliers see great synergy potential in the telecommunica-tions sector, 71 per cent in the housing industry and 69 per cent in the heating industry.

21 Sep 2020 Zurich CH

EY honors the best IT managers in Switzerland

Zurich, 16 September 2020. Konrad Zöschg, CIO of Zurich Airport, wins the Swiss CIO Award 2020. These days, a modern Chief Information Officer stands at the center of many corporate transformations.

16 Sep 2020 Zurich CH

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Pandemic places burden on IPO market in the second quarter of 2020 – but upwards trend in June

Zurich, 20 July 2020 – the global COVID-19 pandemic has caused a significant slowdown in activity on the international IPO markets: The volume of stock market flotations contracted by 32 percent to 41.1 billion US dollars over the second quarter of 2020 in comparison to the prior-year period, the number of IPOs falling as much as 39 percent to 186.

20 Jul 2020

Pharmaceutical companies grew significantly in 2019 – the coronavirus crisis is bringing learning effects for the future

Zurich, 24 June 2020. The largest pharmaceutical companies in the world picked up speed again in 2019 after a break in growth in the previous year and, in particular, increased their innovation efforts.

24 Jun 2020

Massive decline in foreign direct investment expected in Switzerland and Europe

Zurich, 19 June 2020. Last year Europe was able to assert itself as an attractive investment location and attract a total of 6,412 investment projects from foreign companies. That is one per cent more than in 2018 and the second highest level ever measured.

19 Jun 2020