Self and employment: Who knows an accurate description of "self-employment"? Anyone who builds their own business knows that the art of self-employment is finding the middle ground, the balance, and to prevent "self-employment" from becoming self-exploitation.
Bunny Madness is a hyper casual game that sends the message to the Swiss population to stay at home over Easter and afterwards - despite the gorgeous weather - so as not to become infected with the corona virus. Such a game should make this time at home easier and more entertaining. The game is advertised through the channels of the Federal Office of Public Health (BAG) and is—as Federal Councilor Alain Berset personally writes on his social media channels—it is THE game of the current lockdown.
As a member of the International Advisory Board of Creative Hub, I want to share some of my international projects and free resources with creative businesses in Switzerland.
Anne Tu Quoc sews shoes and accessories for toddlers with her “Petit Mai” label. The Corona crisis brought business almost to a standstill. But when a door closes, another opens in another place: her brother, a doctor at a hospital, requested her to sew protective masks. And out of nowhere, it developed into a real business, with which she still supports the stock of the protective masks in Switzerland.
As part of the "Interessengruppe Kreativwirtschaft" we inform with this blog post on new and updated measures.
Read on is a long journey. The basic idea of the super-flat reading glasses with a sophisticated case was born in Seattle in 2017, and three years later we are planning to launch the product. Our core competencies are industrial design and engineering, especially eye glasses design, because with SOL SOL ITO we have a lot of experience in the development, production and marketing of glasses in the luxury segment.
Together with other associations of Switzerland’s creative industry, the Creative Hub is part of the "Creative Industries Interest Group". We are committed to finding quick and unbureaucratic solutions for self-employed people and SMEs from all branches of the creative industries.
In the midst of the technological revolution, new, sleek, shiny metal gadgets show the promise of a better life. A better life for us, the consumer. The question remains though, where does that leave the people who can’t afford these gadgets? Is the technological revolution inclusive? Or is it just making the lives of the more privileged, even more privileged? Can we move towards a new future with everyone together?