Two new members join the Innovation Council

Innosuisse’s Innovation Council has appointed two new members. On 1 October 2022, Elena Cortona and Nicolas Demartines will replace Anja Wyden Guelpa and Massimo Luccina, who will be completing their four-year mandate.
Multi-year programme 2025-2028

Innosuisse Multi-Year programme 2025-2028

The great challenges of our time call for ground-breaking technological and social innovations. Innosuisse wants to continue to facilitate forward-looking and systemic innovations in the years 2025–2028. Our support is intended to enable Swiss companies to make a significant contribution to solving global challenges.
Innosuisse funding today and tomorrow from 2023

The revision of the law will lead to changes for our customers from 2023

The revised Federal Act on the Promotion of Research and Innovation (RIPA) will enter into force at the beginning of January 2023. The revision concerns various funding offers from Innosuisse. In an interview, Annalise Eggimann, CEO of Innosuisse, explains the upcoming changes for funding clients.

Spotlight on Swiss foodtech in Paris

Swiss foodtech start-ups had the opportunity to introduce themselves to an international audience in Paris in mid-June. Thanks to Innosuisse and its programme of participation in international trade fairs, several new companies were able to take part in Viva Technology.

Innosuisse is promoting Swiss innovations for Europe-wide challenges

Innosuisse is participating in European partnerships in the areas of healthcare systems, personalised medicine, key digital technologies, and driving urban transitions, with the aim of introducing innovative solutions and positioning the Swiss innovation ecosystem on an international scale.

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