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International Men's Club of Zug

Newsletters 2019

  • December 2019 – January 2020: Welcome to the last Newsletter of 2019.

    In this edition there’s advance information on the Burns Dinner on January 25th and the planned IMCZ Ski trip – get them in your diary and register in the events section of our club website. There are also interesting articles by Remo on why it’s important not to avoid the sun too much, by Muthana on the James Webb Space Telescope and by Roger on his trip to Iceland. Joe looks forward to the new Ski season and Christian asks where monetary policy is likely to go. There’s also a one-off change to the normal Humour format which I hope you like.

    Enjoy the read – and best wishes for a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous 2020!

  • October-November 2019:  In this edition of the Newsletter there is are reports on our past activities, including one on the 40th Anniversary BBQ which was a huge success.
    There are articles on the benefits of Coffee (Remo), the risks from 5G telephony (Alan), A Night on the Moon (Muthana), Jamaica (Roger), Luxury Hiking (Joe), investment mistakes to avoid (Alasdair) and last, but not least, the Bit Tech (Christian).  All this in addition to the normal standard content.  My thanks to all contributors for their excellent work and to Muthana for supporting me this edition as I am away sailing.
    I wish you all an enjoyable read.  As always, feedback and contribution offers are welcome.
  • August-September 2019: There’s a lot In this edition of the newsletter.  On page 3 there is information on the 40th Anniversary BBQ, this year with a Brazilian theme.  Register soon!
    There are articles on genetically modified foods (Remo), Artificial Intelligence (Muthana), Costa Rica (Roger), Building Snowboards (Bill), Surfskates (Joe), Financial Forecasting (from new member Alasdair) and last, but not least, the Debt Mountain (Christian).  All this in addition to the normal standard content.  My thanks to all contributors for their excellent work.

    I wish you all an enjoyable read.  As always, feedback and contribution offers are welcome.
  • June-July 2019:  Arriving somewhat later than planned, this newsletter has articles on eco-friendly plastic developments (Remo), gravity wave detection (myself), cruising in Panama (Roger), a retrospective on the Ski season (Joseph) and an article on asset management dissatisfaction (Christian). 
    There are also reports on the various events held: the New Members Reception, Freiruum special Stammtisch and the Round Table Talk on Golf.  
    As always, my thanks to the contributors for their support and to Ron for his graphic design expertise. 
    And finally – feedback and / or contributions are always welcome.
  • April-May 2019::  This newsletter has articles on health (Remo), sports (Joseph), technology (Muthana), travel (Roger) and finance (Christian).  There are also summaries of the previous events; the Burns Supper, AGM, Ski Day and Nadja Lang’sworkshop.  Our thanks to all the contributors and participants and, of course, to both the City Gardens and Park Hotels who provided the meeting space for all our events – much appreciated.  There is also some information on some planned events.  In particular, a VIP trip to Milan is being organised by Enrico – please have a look at this and register for it now.  There is limited space so book early. Enjoy the newsletter, and please feel free to give me feedback on what you like and don’t like and what you would like to see in addition to our normal fare.
  • February-March 2019:  This newsletter, the first edited by Alan, has articles on health, sports, technology and summaries of previous events hosted by Jeremy and Harry. In the health section, there is a discussion of potential harmful environmental effects of some artificial sweeteners from our regular contributor Remo and there is an article on the pros and cons of vaccination by Alan.  In the technology section there is a “vision of the future", compiled by Muthana which makes fascinating reading.  Then we have the Modern Buildings article by Jeremy, based on his professional experience and his round-table discussion.  There is also an article by another regular contributor, Joe, on the ski equipment firm Heierling and then, the business / finance article by another regular, Christian.  Finally there are the usual humour and titbits sections.  Thanks to all contributors for their excellent work.
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