Swiss curator Hans Ulrich Obrist and the protest against forgetting
He’s the artistic director of the Serpentine Galleries in London and one of the most influential people in the art world. Swiss curator Hans Ulrich Obrist tells Tanya König how he’s fighting against forgetting by continuing his research of female artists. He also stresses the importance of keeping art institutions—like the newly-opened Shed in New York City, where he’s an adviser—accessible to everyone.
Burton betting on women to grow business
Burton is the largest snowboard brand in the world. It is privately owned by founder Jake Carpenter and his wife Donna Carpenter, who is at the helm of the company. She tells us about Burton’s approach to staying financially independent and closing the gender gap.
How the gun law vote may put Swiss tourism at risk
What happens if Swiss voters don’t accept the gun law referendum on May 19? Martin Nydegger, CEO of Switzerland Tourism, tells us about the major implication it would have on the tourism sector since it would leave the country out of the visa agreement it has with the EU.
Are Swiss destination weddings the next tourism cash cow?
Did you know that actress Audrey Hepburn got married on a mountaintop in Burgenstock? Switzerland Tourism, the country’s tourism promotion agency, expects more and more foreign couples to get married here in the future. Board member Barbra Albrecht talks about the growing business of Swiss destination weddings.
Switzerland on track to becoming a hot wedding destination
Switzerland is aiming to become the next go-to wedding destination. We talked to wedding planning agency The Wildest Dreams, which organized the nuptials of Singapore-based designer Jessicacindy in Gstaad, to find out why their clients opted for Switzerland. We also asked Tomas Pedroni, marketing manager at luxury hotel Le Grand Bellevue Gstaad, why weddings are good for business.
How the world’s oldest art fair reinvented its business model
Art Cologne is taking place next week. The fair’s art director, Daniel Hug, tells us more about their business model and why he’s putting the spotlight on young galleries this year.