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Residents

swissnex San Francisco offers several workspaces to entrepreneurs, organizations, and individuals approved by the Swiss Government to assist swissnex in carrying out its mission in North America. Consider working with us! Contact Emina Reissinger, our Head of Partnerships, for more details.

Givaudan
Givaudan is the world’s leader in flavors, fragrances, and active beauty. Its presence at swissnex, alongside other Swiss companies, startups, accelerators, large corporations, and universities, plays an important role in driving innovation for the company. / Givaudan is a swissnex corporate innovation client.
Logitech
Focused on innovation, Logitech designs personal peripherals to help people enjoy a better experience with the digital world, and uses its presence at swissnex for deeper immersion into the San Francisco innovation ecosystem. / Logitech is a swissnex Living Lab partner.
Nestle
Nestle is the world’s largest food and beverage company. As swissnex resident, Nestle’s Silicon Valley Innovation Outpost (SVIO) is focused on identifying and understanding digital technology changes and their impact on society and business. / Nestle is a swissnex Living Lab partner.
University of Geneva
Just like the city of Geneva itself, the University of Geneva (UNIGE) enjoys a strong international reputation, not least thanks to its close ties to Geneva-based international organizations such as the WHO, the ITU, the ICRC, and the CERN. / At swissnex, the university supports residencies as part of the UNIGE Digital Fellows program
Vitra
Vitra is a Swiss company dedicated to improving the quality of homes, offices, and public spaces through the power of design. As resident, Vitra uses its presence at swissnex to connect with the local innovation and creative community, and to implement an internal and external transfer culture in relation to the company’s research fields, market demands, and activities. / Vitra is a swissnex Living Lab Partner

swissnex San Francisco has also been hosting a large number of startups in the past years.


Photo: Myleen Hollero