Public Administration _ Health Tech Cluster Switzerland

The Office for Economy is committed to the economic development of the Canton of Schwyz in Switzerland and offers various services to companies working in Schwyz or seeking a business location in the area. A major part of this commitment is the Health Tech Cluster Switzerland (HTCS): The HTCS is a network of health-, bio- and medtech businesses and research institutions, profiting from the service support by the Office for Economy, its geographical location, its access to an excellent work force, and the synergies between its members.

Health Tech Cluster Switzerland

What we offer

The Office for Economy is committed to the economic development of the Canton of Schwyz in Switzerland and offers various services to companies working in Schwyz or seeking a business location in the area. A major part of this commitment is the Health Tech Cluster Switzerland (HTCS): The HTCS is a network of health-, bio- and medtech businesses and research institutions, profiting from the service support by the Office for Economy, its geographical location, its access to an excellent work force, and the synergies between its members

What we are looking for

The Office for Economy seeks to establish a dialogue with companies and business in the field of med-tech and bio-tech industry, who are considering branching out to Switzerland. The Office for Economy invites interested parties, e.g. research institutions, European clusters, med-tech companies, to visit our websites www.healthtech.ch and www.sz.ch for further information, and, of course, to contact Roman Morger directly.

Keywords

  • Components and Services
    • [offer] Consulting and support
    • [search] Finance and investment

Collaboration sought

  • Research & development
  • Prototyping
  • Series production
  • Sales partnership
  • Laboratory services
  • Exchange of experience
  • Joint venture
  • Partnership for international development projects
  • Financing

Responsible

Project Manager Business Development


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