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N°3 July 2017
3. EDITORIAL by Marc Bürki
6. SCANS Economic survey
14. TRENDS Personalities, nations, innovations
16. THE MATCH Swiss Re vs Munich Re
18. PORTRAIT Swisscom out to conquer the digital economy
24. ANALYSIS Virtual reality will eventually go mainstream
26. DOSSIER: CONSTRUCTION - BUILDING ON INNOVATION
28. Interview with Graham Robinson, author of the Global Construction 2030 report
32. Heavyweights of construction
39. Building Trump's wall
40. Digital revolution on construction sites
43. Interview with Fabio Gramazio, Swiss architect of the future
48. Wood: Old turned new
50. Sand Wars
54. China, on every front
58. SWISSQUOTE Swiss Dots celebrates five years
72. TOURISM The cruise market sets sail for innovation
66. OUTDOOR The joys of e-biking
70. TRAVEL Go to Icaria and live a long life
76. CARS Sports cars on a strict diet
80. PRIVATE ISSUES Abir Oreibi, CEO of Lift conferences
Next publication date: 24.08.2017
Aimed primarily at today's investors, the Swissquote Magazine features groundbreaking stories to guide investors toward a successful personal investment strategy. It gives in-depth insights, fresh ideas and interviews with businessmen and women from Switzerland and abroad. The Swissquote Magazine is published six times a year and is available in kiosks or via subscription.
With the launch of its own business publication, Swissquote Bank is expanding its offering and branching out into a completely new area
The Swissquote Magazine, produced every two months, will of course help boost the company's profile and reach out to a whole new audience. It represents an interesting addition to the Swiss media landscape, focusing on the practical needs of its readers, and helping them choose their investments.
The magazine is produced in three languages and covers the whole of Switzerland. It is an ideal complement to the information available on the web, featuring in-depth articles and cutting-edge analysis on every sector of the economy. It covers a broad spectrum of views, including financial experts, leading figures from politics and industry as well as analysts, allowing readers to form a sound opinion prior to making an investment online.
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