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20.03.2019

Amener la technologie à la ferme

L’agriculture de précision est en passe de faire son nid dans l’agriculture conventionnelle. Elle s’appuie notamment sur la robotique et l’intelligence artificielle pour limiter l'impact des agriculteurs sur l'environnement.

11.03.2019

swiss aeropole rejoint les technopôles du canton de Vaud

Le swiss aeropole de Payerne est entré dans la liste officielle des technopôles.

11.03.2019

Zaphiro Technologies réussit sa première levée de fonds

Zaphiro Technologies, start-up innovante sur le marché de l'énergie, a levé CHF 1,5 millions.

05.03.2019

Scale Up Vaud : 2360 emplois dans le monde en 2019

L’initiative Scale Up Vaud continue sa progression et accueille cinq nouveaux membres.

21.02.2019

DEPsys raises CHF 13.2 millions

BNP Paribas and SET Ventures invest in Swiss technology company DEPsys. In 2018, DEPsys doubled the number of customers and is now present in ten markets across two continents. Large-scale rollouts are under way.

20.02.2019

SUN Bioscience selected for StartLab Incubator

The Swiss bioengineering venture led by Sylke Hoehnel is the 5th start-up to join Biopôle’s StartLab in Epalinges. Pioneering a new approach to precision health, the company uses organoids, that are stem cell derived micro-tissues that represent patients and their diseases in all their facets.

20.02.2019

Breaking record for Insolight's residential solar panels

The solar panels developed by startup Insolight boast an impressive 29% yield – a record for the retail market. These systems, which have now been standardized for mass production, contain lenses that focus sunlight on tiny high-yield photovoltaic cells, employing what is a pioneering approach for the solar-power industry.

13.02.2019

Precisions about the Swiss Entrepreneurs Fund

Startupticker is providing you with more insights and a recap regarding the newly launched Swiss Entrepreneurs Fund in December 2017 in Bern. For exemple, the SwissEF only invests in startups and SMEs in the growth phase (internationalisation) with a financing requirement of between CHF 5-20 million! Regarding the Foundation tasks, it include helping startups to become investment ready for the fund and supporting portfolio companies with mentors, access to a network of entrepreneurs and tools for growth.

13.02.2019

Swiss Venture Capital Report 2019

The 7th edition of the Swiss Venture Capital Report is available.