swissnex engages with a diverse set of stakeholders to identify the right people, institutions and topics, bring relevant partners together, and create the best outcomes. We primarily engage with the academic and entrepreneurial communities in Switzerland and India. Using our curated platforms, key players within these communities enhance their visibility, and find new engagement models and opportunities.
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We connect Swiss and Indian universities at department, faculty, researcher and student levels; enabling the exchange of ideas and catalysing collaborations. Through our curated programs, we promote higher education in Switzerland, as well as connect Swiss academic institutions with key industry players in India.
We welcome academic mandates from universities in Switzerland. Based on the mandate requirements, we offer the institutions a bevy of services.
swissnex India is the launchpad that Swiss startups require to expand their services into the Indian market. We act as connectors, trend scouters and analysts, and facilitators and advisors for Swiss startups looking to create a presence in India. We identify Swiss startups most suited to the Indian market, find areas of potential collaborations, provide unique insights into disruptive trends and innovation, and make meaningful connections. Our tailored-made include:
Find open innovation solutions tailored to your needs through our corporate innovation initiatives.
Our programs are designed to enable you to map the opportunities and find solutions from the right startup partners, and across industries. Take advantage of India’s diverse startup ecosystem, qualified personnel, competitive pricing and solution driven mindset.
Our Space and Community
Located in the heart of Bangalore city, our space brings people from varying backgrounds and interests together. Over the last few years, we have gathered together an eclectic mix of people from the scientific, corporate, academic, entrepreneurial, art, research and gaming communities.