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Titoni Ltd. is a Swiss watchmaker that was founded in 1919 by Fritz Schluep in the Swiss "watch town" of Grenchen. The company, which is now owned by the third generation of its founding family, currently employes around 60 people.
Titoni manufactures watches in the mid-price range. Almost all of the timepieces have mechanical movements that are assembled by hand.[ citation needed ]
Doppelmayr/Garaventa Group is an international manufacturer of ropeways and people movers for ski areas, urban transport, amusement parks, and material handling systems. As of 2019, the group have produced over 15,000 installations in 96 countries. The Doppelmayr/Garaventa Group was formed in 2002 when Doppelmayr of Wolfurt, Austria merged with Garaventa AG of Switzerland to form the world's largest ropeway manufacturer.
Fussball Club Basel 1893, widely known as FC Basel, FCB, or just Basel, is a Swiss football club based in Basel, in the Canton of Basel-Stadt. Formed in 1893, the club has been Swiss national champions 20 times, Swiss Cup winners 13 times, and Swiss League Cup winners once.
SIX Swiss Exchange, based in Zurich, is Switzerland's principal stock exchange. SIX Swiss Exchange also trades other securities such as Swiss government bonds and derivatives such as stock options.
Rheinmetall AG is a German automotive and arms manufacturer, headquartered in Düsseldorf, Germany. Its shares are traded on the Frankfurt stock exchange.
Swiss Locomotive and Machine Works was a railway equipment manufacturer based in Winterthur in Switzerland. Much of the world's mountain railway equipment was constructed by the company.
Edelweiss Air AG is a Swiss leisure airline, charter airline and the sister company of Swiss International Air Lines. It operates flights to European and intercontinental destinations from its base at Zürich Airport.
Kempinski Hotels S.A., commonly known as Kempinski, is a luxury hotel management company headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. Founded in Berlin in 1897 as the Hotelbetriebs-Aktiengesellschaft, the group currently operates 78 five-star hotels and residences in 34 countries.
Ringier AG is a media group in Switzerland, founded in 1833 in Zofingen and based in Zürich. The current strategy is based not only on media but also on e-commerce and entertainment. It has a yearly income of approximately 1000 million CHF and around 6,400 employees in nineteen countries.
SC Langnau Tigers are a professional ice hockey team from Langnau im Emmental, Switzerland. They play in the National League (NL). The team plays its home games in the 6,000-seat Ilfis Stadium, which is currently one of the smallest arenas in the NL.
The Wild (Heerbrugg) company (pronounced "vilt") was founded in 1921 in Switzerland. The company manufactured optical instruments, such as surveying instruments, microscopes and instruments for photogrammetry among others. The company changed its name several times, first being known as "Heinrich Wild, Werkstätte für Feinmechanik und Optik", then "Verkaufs-Aktiengesellschaft Heinrich Wild's Geodätische Instrumente", later "Wild Heerbrugg AG", later "Wild-Leitz". The company was linked with Leica in 1989, then it became part of Leica Holding B.V. Its subsidiary Leica Geosystems AG became part of the Swedish Hexagon AB Group of companies in 2005.
Heliswiss AG is a Swiss helicopter company with headquarters on the property of Bern Airport in Belp, Switzerland, near Bern.
Volero Zürich is a Swiss volleyball club based in Zürich. It has many teams with the women's team being the most successful and currently playing in the National League A. Since the mid 2000s, the club has also frequently participated in European competitions, most notably the CEV Women's Champions League. In 2018 the elite women's team joined Entente sportive Le Cannet-Rocheville, forming Volero Le Cannet, a team located in Le Cannet, France.
Valora is a Swiss retail and food service holding company. The company was acquired on 7 October 2022 by FEMSA.
Mammut Sports Group AG is a Swiss multinational mountaineering and trekking company headquartered in Seon, Switzerland. The company was founded in 1862 by Kaspar Tanner in Dintikon. Until 2021, Mammut belonged to Conzzeta AG, at which point they were sold to Telemos Capital. Amongst others, Raichle, Ajungilak and Toko belong to Mammut Sports Group.
The Miss Switzerland or Miss Universe Switzerland is a national Beauty pageant in Switzerland. The pageant was founded in 1951, where the winners were sent to Miss Universe.
Habib Bank AG Zurich is a Swiss multinational commercial bank which is based in Zurich, Switzerland. It has its operations in Hong Kong, Kenya, Pakistan, South Africa the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom.
Think Tools AG was a Swiss IT company that rose and fell with the dot-com bubble in Europe. The company was founded by the philosopher Albrecht von Müller as a consultancy company in 1993.
SIX operates the infrastructure for the Swiss financial centre. The company provides services relating to securities transactions, the processing of financial information, payment transactions and is building a digital infrastructure. The company name SIX is an abbreviation and stands for Swiss Infrastructure and Exchange. SIX is globally active, with its headquarters in Zurich.
On is an athletic shoe and performance sportswear company originating in Switzerland that designs and markets sports clothing and running shoes.
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