Swiss Tech Talks


19:00 to 20:30


Work'n'Share, Rue du Liseron 7, 1006 Lausanne

Work'n'Share, Lausanne
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17.01.2017 | The Design Sprint: UX & Design Thinking - Google Venture’s way

Design & UX

Stéphane Cruchon 

Talk Language: French

Speed, disruption, risk management... Today’s companies and start-ups face major challenges while conceiving their new products and services.

We live in an exciting time in the field of digital design. New tools now allow you  to prototype and test a website or mobile app in a matter of days.

To support this change, designers need to review the way they collaborate with the client. We'll see how Design Sprint, a methodology created by Google UX specialists, can help us develop better products faster. 


04.04.2017 |  The leap to digitalisation: Existence without cost?

Marketing / Communication 

Julien Ringot

Talk Language: French

It has never been so easy to start an online project. On the other hand, it has never been so difficult to find our place. One now spends much less time developing his own website but much more time promoting it. What are the most relevant tools to make business online when you are short on money? 



13.06.2017 | Tricks for growing your start-up. Bootstrap your digital marketing!

Marketing / Communication

Jeremy Vaccher

Talk Language: French

How to get people to know your start-up as well as develop it with no money in your pocket? Discover some young entrepreneur tricks' to make your start-up grow. No bullshit guaranteed! 


17.10.2017 | Transforming business and value chains for good - What roles does technology play?

Julien Troussier 

Talk Language: French

A majority of the impact of human activity on nature and communities is invisible to us. It hides behind the products we use every day to eat, move or communicate. They happen at the far reaches of commodity supply chains that extract and transform raw material from all over the world. From the rare metals in our phones, to the palm oil present in half of the product on supermarket shelves our daily decision has far-reaching yet often invisible consequences. Can we make this impact tangible to all? Can we become conscious organisations and individuals? Rather than simply being consumers, can we become a force to restore ecosystems and human dignity? Technology increasingly give us the tool to accelerate the damage as well as to do something about it. Through the examples of the work of the Forest Trust (TFT) in commodity supply chains, this talk will explore some of the most innovative technologies used to create a more transparent world and empower decision-makers to do the right thing. It will also outlines some of the limits of technology to bring about change.


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