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The Raiffeisen Zuger Trophy has resumed with a few organizational changes to accommodate concerns about propagating CoViD-19. Please see the Zuger Trophy website for details.
Switzerland is not only multilingual, but also employs many expressions in each of the official (and some unofficial) languages, that are mot heard elsewhere. The Zuger Kantonsschule (preparatory school) is hosting a traveling exhibit exploring the linguistic idiosyncracies of Switzerland. The exhibition will open with a vernissage on Monday, August 17th from 17:00 to 18:00. Please see the event web page or Zug Tourism (both in German) for more details.
The city of Zug is sponsoring a series of tours guided by artist and art mediator Karen Geyer The 90-minute walks present a selection of art works in the public space of the city of Zug.by famous and local artists. The route is always different depending on the theme. Discover the world of art in public spaces – in places that you may never have really noticed before. The tours start at 13:30/16:00 respectively in front of the Zug public library and take place in all weather conditions.
The guided tours are in English and free of charge. Please see the attached flyer for details.
Studies show that in most organizations, two out of three transformation initiatives fail. More often than not, managing the “people” side of change is often the most challenging and critical component of an organizational transformation.
CV Labs Zug is sponsoring an expert panel discussion that takes a closer look at how companies and leaders can help employees embrace, adopt and utilize change.
The event is free of charge, but registration is required. Please see EventBrite for details and registration.
The Swiss Impact Investment Association (SIIA) is a non-profit organization based in Zug, which organizes an annual international Impact Summit, where financial professionals, policy makers, investors, impact start-ups and academic representatives come together to shape our society's future.
This year's 5th jubilee summit is mostly virtual but ends with a dinner in Zug at 19:00 on the last day. Internationally renowned speakers will join guests from the local Ecosystem (Partners Group, Canton and City of Zug) to discuss the planet, humanity and finance. At the virtual summit, all stakeholders are encouraged to jointly develop a narrative for impact investment to adopt and showcase investments and companies which have positive societal impact. Some sessions are free to attend, but the closing dinner and other sessions require payment.
Please see the event website for details and registration.
The Institute of Financial Services Zug (IFZ) of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (HSLU) has rescheduled this year's IFZ FinTech Colloquium (which was originally planned for March, but was postponed due to the CoViD-19 outbreak) for Thursday, 19 November 2020.
The colloquium, which is free of charge, is planned as a hybrid event. This means that a live event on site (Rotkreuz, Switzerland) is combined with a virtual online component. Speakers are free to choose which of these two channels they want to use.
Papers for presentation are still being accepted. The deadline to submit a paper is Friday, 9 October 2020.
Please see the HSLU website for further information, as well as links for registration and paper submission.
International Men's Club of Zug (IMCZ)
Postfach 7212, CH-6302 Zug