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The Swiss advertising market is about to get a collective boost: Ringier, the Swiss broadcasting corporation SRG and Swisscom are combining the marketing of their media services and advertising platforms in a new joint marketing firm to respond to the significant changes in the needs of advertising clients and the Swiss media. Swisscom will contribute its expertise in technology as well as the marketing rights for Swisscom TV and its online platforms. Ringier and SRG will provide the marketing rights for their extensive, mutually enhancing media services. The alliance will also facilitate the joint development of new advertising forms and technologies in Switzerland. It is the partners’ stated objective to effectively strengthen the Swiss advertising market against globalised competition. The firm’s services are available to all advertising clients, agencies as well as other providers of advertising inventory.

Extract Portfolio Ringier Trade Media Ltd.

The swiss media company Ringier sells Ringier Trade Media Ltd. (RTM) to Mike Hay, who was already a co-shareholder and the company’s General Manager since 1998. Ringier is taking this step to focus more on the core competencies; however it will continue to have a strong presence in China.

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This year’s European Prize for Political Culture has been awarded to the President of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi. In previous years, the Hans Ringier Foundation has awarded this 50 000 euro cash prize to Jean-Claude Juncker, Boris Tadić, Jürgen Habermas, Pascal Lamy, Jean-Claude Trichet, Hans-Dietrich Genscher, Donald Tusk, Wolfgang Schäuble and Heinrich August Winkler.

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Ringier Digital Ventures is investing in Movu, an online start-up company specializing in moving and cleaning services referrals. b-to-v Partners and other private investors are also taking stakes in this up-and-coming Zurich start-up company. Following its earlier investments in Campanda and Recommerce, Movu is now the third fledgling company in which Ringier Digital Ventures, itself established in January of this year, has invested within a few short months.

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