Corporate Education sector in Switzerland
Staff members training on a computer
Staff Learning & Development budgets have suffered cuts due to the economic downturn. More than ever, Training Managers have to justify a good return on investment to their board.
Switzerland being a very developed market, the competition (local and international) is very high. Specialised UK companies working on niche sectors/topics are more likely to succeed.
It is a plus if training courses can be delivered in French and/or German, in addition to English.
Previous experience in working with international organisations like the United Nations is a door-opener to start negotiation with other organisations.
Leadership & Management
Communication and Presentation skills
And other ‘soft-skills’ training
Getting into the market
Our UKTI Team in Geneva is in regular contact with the Heads of Learning & Development from international organisations and large companies.
From individual programmes of meetings, to the organisation of masterclasses and mini-exhibitions, we can help you get face to face with your potential customers in Switzerland.
Market intelligence is critical when doing business overseas, and UKTI can provide bespoke market research and support during overseas visits though our chargeable Overseas Market Introduction Service (OMIS).
To commission research or for general advice about the market, get in touch with our specialists in country – or contact your local international trade team.
Eleanor Baha, British Embassy UKTI Geneva; Tel: +41 (0) 22 918 24 21; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Marie Gow, British Embassy UKTI Geneva; Tel: +41 (0) 22 918 24 78; Email: email@example.com
UKTI runs a range of events for exporters, including seminars in the UK, trade missions to overseas markets and support for attendance at overseas trade shows.
Salon RH (Human Resources Trade Fair)
Geneva, 2-3 October 2013
Zurich, 8-9 April 2014