Swiss Innovation & Advanced Manufacturing

Thanks to its traditional watch, MEM (mechanical, electrical and metal) as well as medtech industry, Switzerland has developed a highly industrialized precision cluster over the years and now holds a leading position in the advanced production processes (Industry 4.0).

Characterized by particularly close cooperation between leading research centers and innovative industry, Switzerland offers international companies ideal conditions to optimize their manufacturing processes and to set up high-performance production facilities. The great availability of skilled technical staff due to the Swiss vocational system and a liberal labor law increase efficiency and productivity further. Switzerland is an excellent starting point to manage efficient supply chains for the European market or to set up highly automated production facilities. Switzerland is particularly well positioned to address new challenges many companies face when it comes to predictability. Switzerland has repeatedly proven strong and resilient amidst global crises. Companies not only profit from a stable and low risk environment but also from a brand that has been consistently linked to high quality, technological superiority and trust: “made in Switzerland.”

The advantages of Swiss manufacturing industry are recognized as 1) specialized talent pool and liberal labor law, 2) strong production clusters with a high level of innovation potential, 3) opportunities of researching and working in Switzerland Innovation Parks, 4) Swiss made, which provides a strong label that stands for high quality and reliability, 5) a stable environment for resilient supply chains. 

Are advanced production processes (Industry 4.0) with the highest precision vital for the expansion of business in Europe? Then, join this webinar to learn how Switzerland’s advanced manufacturing industry and its ecosystem can help your business excel in the digital world. 

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Target audience Korean companies interested in investment and R&D in Switzerland (CTO and C-level executives are welcomed)
Organizer Swiss Business Hub Korea, Embassy of Switzerland, Switzerland Innovation 
Event language


Cost of participating free
Registration deadline

16:00-17:00 (KST) / 08:00-09:00 (CET)


English / Korean 
*Simultaneous translation will be provided



*Zoom link will be shared after registration 
*Webinar will be recorded and used for internal purposes only 



Opening Remarks

by Dr. Roger Zbinden, Head Swiss Business Hub Korea, Embassy of Switzerland

Switzerland, Your Next Destination for Investment

by Okjeong Baik, Deputy Head Swiss Business Hub Korea, Embassy of Switzerland

Introduction to Switzerland Innovation Parks

by Raphaël Tschanz, Deputy Director, Switzerland Innovation

All about Maxon's Group's Manufacturing

by Andreas Richter, COO, Maxon Group

Swiss Advanced Manufacturing Industry & Ecosystem

by Simon Tries, Director of Strategy & Erik Steiger, Swiss Tax Reporting & Strategy Leader, PwC Switzerland





TICA Company (T: 010-2222-7387, E: ticacompany2@gmail.com)

Swiss Business Hub Korea (T: 02-3704-4741, E: seoul.sbhkorea@eda.admin.ch)



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