Les petits déjeuners des PME et start-up sont organisés par le Service de la promotion économique et du commerce (SPECo) en collaboration avec les partenaires de la promotion économique du canton de Vaud. Ils ont en principe lieu une fois par mois dans différents locaux mis à disposition par les partenaires. Ils ont pour objectifs de présenter des thématiques concernant directement les PME & la création d’entreprises (formation, apport de contenu et de conseils), d’apporter des témoignages d’entreprises concernées et ayant vécu la thématique concernée, d’offrir aux PME & créateurs d’entreprises la possibilité de poser des questions à des spécialistes en la matière et de favoriser le networking et les échanges.
Démarrer un nouveau projet ne doit jamais être considéré à la légère. La première force d’une entreprise étant son capital humain, il est important de bien s’entourer dès les premiers instants. M. Paul-Henri Levin Directeur de Juggers Sécurité SA et M. Vincent Renevey, Fondateur de HMonster sàrl nous partagent leur expérience et leurs solutions quant à cette problématique fondamentale de tout entrepreneur. Mme Esther Merino Arnedo, responsable du développement des ressources stratégiques chez Platinn nous dévoile également les clés du succès pour construire une équipe performante.
Comment gérer les médias sociaux pour l’entreprise? Le tout en vidéo avec Raphael Briner, Directeur & Fondateur, HyperWeek SA, Yan Olivier Luong, Radio Télévision Suisse , Membre de la direction de la communication d’entreprise, spécialiste en médias sociaux, et Sophie Latrille, Cheffe de projet i-Brain, Institut Entrepreneurship & Management, HES-SO Valais.
Comment gérer les médias sociaux pour l’entreprise?
It started over the last weekend. Around 10 teams have the opportunity to develop their idea right up to the product prototype with the support of specialists from Idiap and other hubs of innovation. When the competition ends, the winners will be in a position to launch their enterprise with confidence thanks to the financial and professional support they have gained.
The goal of the 2012 International Create Challenge (ICC’2012, September 1 -21, 2012, Martigny) is to foster the creation of start-ups within the framework of Human & Media Computing. ICC’2012 is an initiative supported by the National Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR) on Interactive Multimodal Information Management (IM2), via its association (AIM2), and the Idiap Research Institute (Idiap).
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Presentation of the concept by François Foglia
Bejamin Levy at the International Create Challenge
ICC’2012 is a free of charge 3-week immersive technology transfer accelerator program giving entrepreneurs the unique opportunity to develop their original idea towards a “Minimum Viable Product” (e.g., demonstrator, product prototype) in collaboration with groups of entrepreneurs and researchers.
ICC’2012 combines the availability of state-of-the-art technologies, cutting edge research, mentor-led coaching, and micro-seed investment. The winning team(s) will share global award amounting to more than 200’000 CHF. ICC’2012 can accommodate up to 30 participants, ideally split into teams of 2 to 4 people.
The detailed information is available on the ICC’2012 website: www.createchallenge.org
In 2010, it was in Roma Italy (see related Klewel blog post). This year, the World Congress of the FIVB International Federation of Volley-Ball will gather in Anaheim, California, USA. The FIVB World Congress is the Federation’s supreme governing body and is held every two years. With President Jizhong Wei set to stand down after four years, the 33rd edition of the Congress will usher in a new era for the organisation with the fourth President set to be elected. Anaheim will host the latest edition of the event at the Disneyland Hotel, right at the heart of the world-famous theme park.
Klewel will be in charge of the recording and live webcasting of the full event.
To support the development and the needs of our innovative webcasting solution in conjunction with active collaboration with Swiss- (IM2) and European (inEvent) projects, we are looking to strengthen our team located in Martigny Switzerland with a:
R&D Software Engineer
You will be part of a small, young, highly skilled software engineering team, and be responsible for prototyping web applications for the success of the projects. This includes not only projects’ management on our company’s side but also both front-end and back-end implementations. In substance, this means integrating cutting-edge technologies from the different partners and exposing data through a web portal allowing interactivity. In addition, you will be the principal contact person with our partners in the projects.
- Collaborate with both academic and industry partners. You look forward to communicating regularly with the partners and are keen on traveling abroad for occasional collaborations, meetings, and demos.
- Work with latest methodologies and technologies including confidential or work-in-progress technologies from different partners. You are a tech enthusiast and are wanting to stay up-to-date on the latest web technologies.
- Develop visionary prototypes on top of web frameworks. You will develop a complete web portal, from the back-end to the front-end, integrating external web services from our partners.
- Masters degree in computer science or equivalent
- Autonomous and self-organized
- Excellent oral/written English
- Experience with web framework (Django)
- Interest in recommendation systems
- Experience in technical or scientific writing
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Does this sound like a good match? Are you ready to join us and contribute your expertise to our company? If yes, we look forward to receiving your application. Please get in touch by emailing jointheteam at klewel.com. Thanks!
Klewel offers competitive salaries and conditions in a young, dynamic, and multicultural environment. Klewel is an equal opportunity employer. The company seeks to maintain a principle of open competition (on the basis of merit) to appoint the best candidate, provides equal opportunity for all candidates, and equally encourage both genders to apply. Klewel is located in the French part of Switzerland. More info about Martigny in Valais, south of Switzerland.
After the live streaming from last week in Zürich Switzerland, the videos of the DjangoCon Europe conference are now available online on demand:
shared by Horst Gutmann
Enjoy watching any of the 45 talks:
Video webcast powered by Klewel
Interesting reporting, coverage and links:
Featuring Jessica McKellar is a Python Software Foundation board member and a maintainer of several important open source Python projects.
More about Django:
Django is said to be “the Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines”. Django is a high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design.
More about DjangoCon:
It consists of a single track of talks in English over three days and two days of sprinting. DjangoCon Europe is a diverse conference, dedicated to provide an enjoyable experience to everyone.
Get in touch with the community by being part of http://djangocon.hyperweek.com/ .
Here is a technical report of the first day.