New perspectives through memberships
We always keep our finger on the pulse of the times for our clients, follow developments and remain innovative. We cannot meet these demands unless we exchange ideas and obtain highly specialised know-how where it is available: in the organisations where we are members:
The Datenschutz-Forum Schweiz actively supports the data protection discussion among interested parties from all disciplines in business, public administration and science, provides information on data protection and data security, offers education and training in the field of data protection and data security, maintains contacts with organisations with the same objectives.
GRID Lucerne is a network in the legal form of an association of companies in the ICT and digitalisation sectors from different industries, the Lucerne School of Business, the Lucerne Economic Development Agency and Technopark Lucerne.
GRID Lucerne connects the participating companies with regard to the topics of training and further education as well as the bundling of competences and the creation of a common culture. Despite possible competitive pressure, all members treat each other with respect and recognition and jointly pursue the goal of developing Central Switzerland into a leading digitisation and ICT region in Switzerland through the networking of competences and an extremely business-supportive policy.
IHZ Industrie und Handelskammer Zentralschweiz
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Central Switzerland IHZ is a private association and one of a total of 18 chambers of commerce and industry in Switzerland. It was founded in 1889 by leading entrepreneurs in Central Switzerland. The IHZ is responsible for the cantons of Lucerne, Uri, Schwyz, Obwalden and Nidwalden. The aim of the IHZ is to represent the interests of entrepreneurs vis-à-vis the cantonal and federal authorities and to offer its members various services, especially in the field of exports and information.
IHV Industrie- und Handelsvereinigung der Region Sursee-Willisau
The Industry and Trade Association (IHV) of the Sursee region was founded in 1971, merged with Willisau in 2017 and is a regional employers' association. Its member companies are active in the fields of industry, trade and services. Today, the IHV consists of 139 member companies. The main task of the Industry and Trade Association is to represent the commercial and industrial interests of its members at public and private level. This takes place in the form of active interventions, participation in committees and also by means of statements in consultations and other activities.
Information Security Society Switzerland ISSS
The Information Security Society Switzerland ISSS deals with the security of the processing, storage and communication of information in theory and practice. The association deals comprehensively with the technical, economic, regulatory and socio-political aspects of information security. ISSS consistently promotes the exchange of information between information security professionals and those interested in security, as well as the early recognition of security-relevant developments in information management, the sustainable consideration of security aspects in existing and future architectures, concepts and systems, and the demand-oriented and balanced development and expansion of security infrastructures based on current events and trends. As an independent professional association, the ISSS communicates openly and informs neutrally.
ISACA Switzerland Chapter
ISACA is the international association for IT audit specialists. Founded in 1969, the association today has well over 160,000 members. The Switzerland Chapter was founded in 1988 as an association and, with over 1700 members today, is one of ISACA's major subsidiaries. Together with the IT Governance Institute, ISACA is the largest know-how provider for information systems audit, information security, IT enterprise governance and risk and information systems control.
Swiss Paralympic Committee
Swiss Paralympic selects the top Swiss disabled athletes for the Paralympics, World and European Championships. This also includes the financing and organisation of these participations. As a national committee, the organisation is a member and contact of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) in Bonn, which is the equivalent of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
With over 2500 members, swissICT is the largest professional association in the industry and the only association that connects ICT providers, users and professionals in Switzerland. The association concerns itself with the image of the Swiss ICT industry, campaigns for good framework conditions and promotes the exchange and specialist know-how of its members.
UNZ unternehmer netzwerk zürich
The association is dedicated to entrepreneurship. Micro-entrepreneurs and leaders of corporations come together. Young entrepreneurs and start-ups exchange ideas with existing and long-established companies. However, not only people from companies are welcome, but also people from science, politics, administration, society and culture. At UNZ unternehmer netzwerk zürich, the focus is on social advancement. Every member should benefit from the horizontal and vertical networking within the association and be able to find a discussion partner for a wide range of issues. New forms of mergers and succession arrangements can be discussed and tested, and active involvement in specific entrepreneurial or social issues is sought.
Verein Schulkinder Darjeeling
The aim of the association is to provide schooling for children in the province of Darjeeling in north-eastern India, especially in the municipality of Rimbik, and thus to reduce the rate of illiteracy. Compulsory schooling is the same as in Switzerland, 2 years of kindergarten and 9 years of primary school. Anyone who pays the annual contribution in accordance with the purpose of the association becomes a member of the association.
ICT Berufsbildung Zentralschweiz
The purpose and aim of the association is to support persons and enterprises that are active in the fields of ICT or ICT education or have a professional relationship to it. The Association for the Promotion of ICT Vocational Training was founded on 23 September 1994 under the name VFI Verein zur Förderung von Informatikerinnen und Informatikern in den Kantonen LU, OW, NW. In cooperation with all those involved, it promoted the practice-oriented initial and continuing training of computer scientists until 2004. On 1 January 2005, it also took over the initial and continuing training of mediamaticians. For this reason, it has also been given a new name: VFI Association for the Promotion of ICT Vocational Training.
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