Running an innovative startup is more than just founding a business. We have asked three successful Swiss startups how they do it. What does it need to unlock innovation as a superpower? In the video below learn more about ARC, Correntics, and Cortexia. Fidel Esquivel, Co-Founder Autonomous River Cleanup (ARC) Fidel Esquivel is […]
Running an innovative startup is more than just founding a business. We have asked two successful Swiss startups how they do it. What does it need to unlock innovation as a superpower? In the video below learn more about Witty Works and Spring ACT.
|Nadia Fischer, Founder Witty Works
Nadia Fischer has been working in tech for more than 10 years. First as Head of Marketing in a San Francisco startup, she became a Scrum Product Owner in a web agency and then joined the leadership team at PwC to build the digital experience center in Switzerland. Missing diversity in the tech industry and in the executive ranks, Nadia founded the tech startup Witty Works.
|Rhiana Spring, Founder Spring ACT
Rhiana Spring is an award-winning international human rights expert and entrepreneur. With the UN, the Swiss Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and diverse legal teams, Rhiana has defended the most vulnerable individuals and spearheaded multinational human rights projects across Africa, Asia, South America, and Europe. Aged 17, Rhiana setup and ran her first IT business, having taught herself various programming languages and now has founded Spring ACT, connecting human rights and technology for social good.