Last weekend, the 2021 Haskins Innovation Challenge took off successfully with a great crowd of motivated participants, fantastic speakers and supportive mentors who engaged in exciting networking opportunities, team building and…after work drinks. Watch this!
Lausanne based start-up Shark Rebellion develops a range of swimwear made from plastic waste recovered from the ocean, including fishing nets. The latter are essentially composed of nylon, which happens to have the same properties as the nylon used in traditional swimwear.
Wiz-Team, an international event solutions company based in Lausanne, has been selected to provide the core Games Management System applications for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. The fast-growing company will deliver a suite of fully integrated and customisable applications to deliver services in accreditation, access control, sport entries and qualifications, and the baton relay.
12.10.2021 The Fit for Life Foundation awards 3 innovative and impactful social enterprises in the field of healthy aging
The Fit for Life Foundation has recognised three innovative and impactful organisations in the field of healthy aging, selected among over 600 applicants from around the world.
Grants are disbursed over 3 years to facilitate tracking and monitoring of the project’s performance and impact. This multi-year support enables Laureates to steadily scale up their programs, while building public awareness of the importance of healthy aging for communities.
Le panel de Sport Future Rendez-Vous 2021 était composé de quatre speakers. Nous avons accueilli Pascal Besnard, président du Servette FC et Olivier Jarosz Managing Partner chez Club Affairs. Nous avons également bénéficié de l’intervention de Daniel Oyon, Professeur de management à l’Université de Lausanne. Finalement, le principal intervenant de la soirée nous vient de l’UEFA. Il s’agit d’Andrea Traverso, directeur de la viabilité financière et recherche.
by Cyril Bouquet, Christophe Dubi, Andrea Traverso
All organisations, no matter how big or successful, must learn to embrace continuous innovation to ride the relentless waves of disruption and changing consumer habits.
The Centre for Sport and Human Rights (CSHR) recently launched ‘Convergence 2025’, its strategic plan for the period 2021-2025. The strategy outlines the current challenges and trends in sport and human rights, and describes how the Centre will seek to address them through activities undertaken in cooperation with a diverse global network of individuals and institutions from various actor groups and sectors represented in the global sports ecosystem.
28.09.2021 Appel à candidatures : Postulez maintenant pour participer au NTN Innovation Booster sur le thème Sport-Réhabilitation
Comment repenser l’expérience que propose le Swiss Recovery Center ? Dès lors, quel modèle économique pérenne peut-on imaginer afin de ne pas dépendre uniquement des dons ?
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has revealed the results of the sixth edition of its Sports Survey, which addresses the arduous journey of sports organisations’ crisis recovery. Drawing on the views of nearly 800 sports industry leaders from around the world, the findings demonstrate that a host of internal and external forces continue to profoundly impact the sector as it seeks a more sustainable future.