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Führender Industrie 4.0 Summit der Schweiz. Key Player diskutieren die Digitalisierung der Geschäftsmodelle. Smarte Fabriken, vernetzte Produkte und intelligente Lieferketten revolutionieren die Wirtschaft. Service statt Produkt? Individualisierung statt Massenfertigung? Geteilte Ressourcen statt Eigentum? Roboter statt Menschen? Finden Sie Ihre Antworten beim Swiss Leaders Dialog. Machen Sie sich und Ihr Unternehmen fit für Industrie 4.0

Der Swiss Leaders Dialog ist keine typische Konferenz. Persönliche Gespräche mit Kollegen, Beratern und Experten prägen den Ablauf. Über unsere interne Matchmaking-Plattform selektieren Sie Gesprächspartner oder werden selektiert. Das Matchmaking dokumentiert Schnittmengen zwischen Interessen und Kompetenzen. Der gesteuerte Austausch von Erfahrungen, Ideen, Lösungen und strategischen Aspekten ist enorm effektiv. Unser Networking-Format generiert in kürzester Zeit Praxiswissen und relevante Kontakte.

Themen

  • Intelligente Vernetzung von Kunde, Produktentwicklung, Produktion und Lieferkette
  • Digitale Geschäftsmodelle und der Wettbewerb der Zukunft
  • Positionieren in der Plattformökonomie / mit Startups konkurrieren oder kooperieren?
  • Vom Produkt zum Service – welche Implikationen bringt dieser Paradigmenwechsel?
  • Treiben statt getrieben werden – digitale Trends schnell antizipieren und umsetzen
  • Bedeutung von Big Data, Smart Analytics und Machine Learning
  • Die digitale Fabrik
  • Neue Produktionsverfahren und der Trend zur Dezentralität
  • Intelligente Lieferketten
  • Vernetzte Produkte (Vorteile, Geschäftsmodelle)
  • Customer Centricity und Losgrösse 1
  • Effizientere Wertschöpfungskette durch Industrie 4.0 und IoT
  • Neue Finanzierungsmodelle in der 4.0-Welt
  • HR Challenge: Welche Skills werden benötigt?
  • Managementkonzepte für mehr Innovation und Kreativität (Design Thinking, Agile, Holacracy etc.)
  • Bedeutung und Integration der vorhandenen IT-Systeme
  • Produktdaten, Normung, Interoperabilität
  • Potenziale der Blockchain-Technologie in der IoT-Welt
  • Digitale Zwillinge
  • Cyberphysische Systeme / Autonome Systeme / Robotik
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Format

  • Best Practices: Ausgewählte Business Cases
  • Matchmaking: Interessen und Erfahrungen aller Teilnehmer
  • Networking: Gematchte Einzelgespräche mit passenden Gesprächspartnern
  • Kaminrunden: Vertrauliche Diskussionen mit Peers
  • Hohes Netzwerk-Niveau: Kollegen in ähnlichen Positionen
  • Decision Support: Netzwerkwissen für Ihre Projekte, Strategien und Ideen
  • Ultraeffizient: Persönliche Agenda – optimaler Zeiteinsatz
  • Chill out: Informelles Networking beim Apéro
  • Online Community: Kontakte und Wissen über den Tag hinaus

Tolles Setup und sehr gute Organisation, was ein Networking auf hohem Niveau und offenen Austausch ermöglicht hat. Spannende Vorträge , die neue Perspektiven aufgezeigt haben.

Axel Vogelbruch, Global Head of Digitalization (CDO), BYK-Chemie GmbH

Der Strategiedialog war eine sehr sinnvolle und interessante Veranstaltung, und das sowohl als Präsentierende, als auch als Teilnehmerin. In entspannter Atmosphäre haben sich bei viel Flexibilität sehr interessante Netzwerkkontakte ergeben. Herzlichen Dank!

Katharina Uribe Casillas, VP Global Business Development Automotive & Industrial, Kuehne + Nagel

Herzlichen Dank für die zwei sehr spannenden Tage in Zürich. Es war ein perfekt organisierter Anlass mit einer idealen Teilnehmergrösse, die viele persönliche, inspirierende Gespräche unter Entscheidern ermöglichte.

Dr. Axel Thoma, Lehrbeauftragter, Universität St.Gallen

Hervorragende Möglichkeit zum Networking mit Gleichgesinnten. Exzellente Organisation und sehr interessante Themen.

Domonkos Gaspar, Digital Solutions Leader, Roche

Exzellent organisierte Veranstaltung mit praxisorientierten, relevanten Vorträgen und der Möglichkeit für umfangreichen Austausch.

Thomas Röttinger, CEO, Pewatron AG

Thomas Stadler, CEO, Xamax AG (Alpiq Digital)

AI as Key to Energy Transition

  • Challenge: Volatile energy producting and pricing, overloaded grids
  • Large-scale battery storage and e-mobility
  • AI based load manegement: Industrial use cases

Florian Wächter, Head of Product Engineering, ABB

Digital Factory: Opportunities and Challenges

  • Big Data, Smart Analytics and Machine Learning as key components
  • HR Challenge: Which skills do you need?
  • Smart supply chains

Sabine Schoon, Head of Corporate Strategy & Consulting, comdirekt bank AG

Digital Banking Transformation

  • Anticipating changing needs of „digital“ customers
  • Building a digital organisation
  • Regulatory requirements
  • Examples for agile methods
  • AI as key technology

Kiran Joseph, Digital Initiatives Lead EAME, Syngenta Crop Protection AG

Rescripting the Most Conservative Customers‘ Behavior through Digital Products

  • How we grew from 50 to 300K growers in 6 months on our digital asset
  • Strategic: Who are your customers? What do you have to offer? How do you win together?
  • Tactical: How to validate if there is a demand? Is it worth it and can we do it?

Dr. Anneke Mühlebach, Director Strategic Initiatives, Agilent

Buliding an Innovation Program: Strategy, Best Practices, Learnings

  • Changing culture towards interdisciplinary teams
  • Customer centric development
  • Using Scrum for device management
  • Design thinking methods

Björn Ebeling, Director Corporate Business Technology Platforms, Merck

How to Enable an Informed Technology Platform Portfolio Management

  • Challenge: Technology decisions based on „gut feeling“ due to a lack of transparency
  • Using AI to get an overview and facilitate global collaboration inside the company
  • Automated data collection to connect technolgy platforms to e.g. finance, market, literature and patent data
  • Merck showcase: enabling R&D to better and faster deliver on projects, scouts to find the right experts to evaluate technologies and strategists to make data driven technology decisions

Dr. Christoph Meier, Geschäftsführer scil, Universität St. Gallen

Work 4.0 and Smart Machines: Augmentation Strategies as a Challenge for HR Development

  • Cooperation of humans and smart machines
  • Strategies for change management
  • HR development 4.0: Step in, step up, step forward, step aside, step narrow

Stefan Viehmann, Senior Vice President Global Customer Solutions, Kuehne + Nagel

How Digitalisation is Transforming the Logistics Industry

  • APIs
  • Big Data
  • AI

Léonard Bouchet, Head of Data and Archives, Radio Télévision Suisse

Digitalisation at Radio Télévision Suisse

  • How AI meets the Archives at RTS (Machine Learning examples)
  • The power of agile organization models (holacracy and scrum)
  • Tackling digital and heritage challenges
  • Lessons learned

Florian Fiechter, Head of Customer Experience Management and Market Research, Swiss Post

Swiss Post‘s Digital Strategy

  • From product to digital service - what does this mean for Swiss Post?
  • Hunting, not being hunted! How we anticipate digital trends
  • Management concepts for more innovation and creativity (Design Thinking, Agile, Scrum, Holacracy etc.)

Jens Kaatze, Senior Vice President Digital Transformation and Business Model Innovation, Covestro

Digital Transformation in a Conservative Industrial Corporation

  • Why should a chemical company go digital?
  • What are the key barriers?
  • Actual steps in strategy, governance, capability building and implementation
  • Our lighthouse projects in the area of digital readiness, digital operations, digital customer experience and digital business models

Prof. Dr. Arno Müller, Nordakademie

Digineering - The Path to Process Digitization

  • Joint research with 13 companies to develop practical models for process digitization
  • Combining process management methods with the agile approach known from software engineering
  • Result: an easy-to-use toolset to digitize any process

Christophe Gantzer, Regional Controller Zone EMENA, Nestlé

The Corporate Data Challenge: Key to Unlock Decision-Making and Gain Competitive Advantage

  • Corporate data is a strategic asset: how to maximize the benefits you can get from your data and unlock machine learning opportunities?
  • The path towards better, smarter, quicker decision making
  • One source of truth: create a central data repository with clear data quality standards
  • Build scale: aggregate data consistently to unlock benchmarking possibilities and allow centrally driven decisions
  • Best-in-class tools: embrace and leverage new software solutions for data analysis, including predictive analytics
  • Cultural change: shift focus from ‘what’ to ‘why’ to make real-time informed decisions

Tobias Schlitzke, New Business und Venture Manager, Gardena

Digital Business Models and Future Competition

Achim Dohl, Global OR Integration and Digital Services, Storz

Hunting Instead of Being Hunted – Anticipating and Applicating Digital Trendsin Medical Technology

  • Racing strategy: from pit lane back to pole position
  • I almost died after 6 months (organisation, team spirit, mandate)
  • Stop the bleeding program
  • Portfolio change in development and product management
  • Conflict management is a prerequisite for necessary and partly radical change
  • Success is the best motivator – the spirit is back

TimeActivity5. November
8:00Start of registration
8:30Opening Peer Round Table / Warm up
8:45Creating new customer values in a transforming industry
  • A transforming industry
  • Adjusting to new challenges and opportunities
  • Creating new customer values
    Johan Oberg, Head of Digital Marketing, Alpiq
  • 9:15Digital Business Models and Future Competition

    Tobias Schlitzke, New Business und Venture Manager, Gardena
    9:45Digital Factory: Opportunities and Challenges
  • Big Data, Smart Analytics and Machine Learning as key components
  • HR Challenge: Which skills do you need?
  • Smart supply chains
    Florian Wächter, Head of Product Engineering, ABB
  • 10:15Digital Banking Transformation
  • Anticipating changing needs of „digital“ customers
  • Building a digital organisation
  • Regulatory requirements
  • Examples for agile methods
  • AI as key technology
    Sabine Schoon, Head of Corporate Strategy & Consulting, comdirekt bank AG
  • 10:45Coffee Break / Networking
    11:00Networking Session 1 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 11:30Networking Session 2 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 12:00Networking Session 3 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 12:30Networking Session 4 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 13:00Lunch / Networking
    14:00Rescripting the Most Conservative Customers‘ Behavior through Digital Products
  • How we grew from 50 to 300K growers in 6 months on our digital asset
  • Strategic: Who are your customers? What do you have to offer? How do you win together?
  • Tactical: How to validate if there is a demand? Is it worth it and can we do it ?
    Kiran Joseph, Digital Initiatives Lead EAME, Syngenta Crop Protection AG
  • 14:30Buliding an Innovation Program: Strategy, Best Practices, Learnings
  • Changing culture towards interdisciplinary teams
  • Customer centric development
  • Using Scrum for device management
  • Design thinking methods
    Dr. Anneke Mühlebach, Director Strategic Initiatives, Agilent
  • 15:00Networking Session 5 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 15:30Networking Session 6 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 16:00Coffee Break / Networking
    16:15Networking Session 7 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 16:45Networking Session 8 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 17:15How to Enable an Informed Technology Platform Portfolio Management
  • Challenge: Technology decisions based on „gut feeling“ due to a lack of transparency
  • Using AI to get an overview and facilitate global collaboration inside the company
  • Automated data collection to connect technolgy platforms to e.g. finance, market, literature and patent data
  • Merck showcase: enabling R&D to better and faster deliver on projects, scouts to find the right experts to evaluate technologies and strategists to make data driven technology decisions.
    Björn Ebeling, Director Corporate Business Technology Platforms, Merck
  • 17:45Work 4.0 and Smart Machines: Augmentation Strategies as a Challenge for HR Development
  • Cooperation of humans and smart machines
  • Strategies for change management
  • HR development 4.0: Step in, step up, step forward, step aside, step narrow
    Dr. Christoph Meier, Geschäftsführer scil, Universität St. Gallen
  • 18:30Apéro an der Hotelbar
    TimeActivity6. November
    8:00Start of registration
    8:30Opening Peer Round Table / Warm up
    8:45How Digitalisation is Transforming the Logistics Industry
  • APIs
  • Big Data
  • AI
    Stefan Viehmann, Senior Vice President Global Customer Solutions, Kuehne + Nagel
  • 9:15Digitalisation at Radio Télévision Suisse
  • How AI meets the Archives at RTS (Machine Learning examples)
  • The power of agile organization models (holacracy and scrum)
  • Tackling digital and heritage challenges
  • Lessons learned
    Léonard Bouchet, Head of Data and Archives, Radio Télévision Suisse
  • 9:45Swiss Post‘s Digital Strategy
  • From product to digital service - what does this mean for Swiss Post?
  • Hunting, not being hunted! How we anticipate digital trends
  • Management concepts for more innovation and creativity (Design Thinking, Agile, Scrum, Holacracy etc.)
    Florian Fiechter, Head of Customer Experience Management and Market Research, Swiss Post
  • 10:15Digital Transformation in a Conservative Industrial Corporation
  • Why should a chemical company go digital?
  • What are the key barriers?
  • Actual steps in strategy, governance, capability building and implementation
  • Our lighthouse projects in the area of digital readiness, digital operations, digital customer experience and digital business models
    Jens Kaatze, Senior Vice President Digital Transformation and Business Model Innovation, Covestro
  • 10:45Coffee Break / Networking
    11:00Networking Session 9 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 11:30Networking Session 10 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 12:00Networking Session 11 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 12:30Networking Session 12 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 13:00Lunch / Networking
    14:00Digineering - The Path to Process Digitization
  • Joint research with 13 companies to develop practical models for process digitization
  • Combining process management methods with the agile approach known from software engineering
  • Result: an easy-to-use toolset to digitize any process
    Prof. Dr. Arno Müller, Nordakademie
  • 14:30The Corporate Data Challenge: Key to Unlock Decision-Making and Gain Competitive Advantage
  • Corporate data is a strategic asset: how to maximize the benefits you can get from your data and unlock machine learning opportunities?
  • The path towards better, smarter, quicker decision making
  • One source of truth: create a central data repository with clear data quality standards
  • Build scale: aggregate data consistently to unlock benchmarking possibilities and allow centrally driven decisions
  • Best-in-class tools: embrace and leverage new software solutions for data analysis, including predictive analytics
  • Cultural change: shift focus from ‘what’ to ‘why’ to make real-time informed decisions
    Christophe Gantzer, Regional Controller Zone EMENA, Nestlé
  • 15:00Hunting Instead of Being Hunted – Anticipating and Applicating Digital Trends in Medical Technology
  • Racing strategy: from pit lane back to pole position
  • I almost died after 6 months (organisation, team spirit, mandate)
  • Stop the bleeding program
  • Portfolio change in development and product management
  • Conflict management is a prerequisite for necessary and partly radical change
  • Success is the best motivator – the spirit is back
    Achim Dohl, Global OR Integration and Digital Services, Storz
  • 15:30Wrap-up Discussion
    15:45End of Event
    TimeActivity5. November
    8:00Start of registration
    8:30Opening Peer Round Table / Warm up
    8:45Creating new customer values in a transforming industry
  • A transforming industry
  • Adjusting to new challenges and opportunities
  • Creating new customer values
    Johan Oberg, Head of Digital Marketing, Alpiq
  • 9:15Digital Business Models and Future Competition

    Tobias Schlitzke, New Business und Venture Manager, Gardena
    9:45Digital Factory: Opportunities and Challenges
  • Big Data, Smart Analytics and Machine Learning as key components
  • HR Challenge: Which skills do you need?
  • Smart supply chains
    Florian Wächter, Head of Product Engineering, ABB
  • 10:15Digital Banking Transformation
  • Anticipating changing needs of „digital“ customers
  • Building a digital organisation
  • Regulatory requirements
  • Examples for agile methods
  • AI as key technology
    Sabine Schoon, Head of Corporate Strategy & Consulting, comdirekt bank AG
  • 10:45Coffee Break / Networking
    11:00Networking Session 1 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 11:30Networking Session 2 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 12:00Networking Session 3 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 12:30Networking Session 4 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 13:00Lunch / Networking
    14:00Rescripting the Most Conservative Customers‘ Behavior through Digital Products
  • How we grew from 50 to 300K growers in 6 months on our digital asset
  • Strategic: Who are your customers? What do you have to offer? How do you win together?
  • Tactical: How to validate if there is a demand? Is it worth it and can we do it ?
    Kiran Joseph, Digital Initiatives Lead EAME, Syngenta Crop Protection AG
  • 14:30Buliding an Innovation Program: Strategy, Best Practices, Learnings
  • Changing culture towards interdisciplinary teams
  • Customer centric development
  • Using Scrum for device management
  • Design thinking methods
    Dr. Anneke Mühlebach, Director Strategic Initiatives, Agilent
  • 15:00Networking Session 5 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 15:30Networking Session 6 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 16:00Coffee Break / Networking
    16:15Networking Session 7 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 16:45Networking Session 8 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 17:15How to Enable an Informed Technology Platform Portfolio Management
  • Challenge: Technology decisions based on „gut feeling“ due to a lack of transparency
  • Using AI to get an overview and facilitate global collaboration inside the company
  • Automated data collection to connect technolgy platforms to e.g. finance, market, literature and patent data
  • Merck showcase: enabling R&D to better and faster deliver on projects, scouts to find the right experts to evaluate technologies and strategists to make data driven technology decisions.
    Björn Ebeling, Director Corporate Business Technology Platforms, Merck
  • 17:45Work 4.0 and Smart Machines: Augmentation Strategies as a Challenge for HR Development
  • Cooperation of humans and smart machines
  • Strategies for change management
  • HR development 4.0: Step in, step up, step forward, step aside, step narrow
    Dr. Christoph Meier, Geschäftsführer scil, Universität St. Gallen
  • 18:30Apéro an der Hotelbar
    TimeActivity6. November
    8:00Start of registration
    8:30Opening Peer Round Table / Warm up
    8:45How Digitalisation is Transforming the Logistics Industry
  • APIs
  • Big Data
  • AI
    Stefan Viehmann, Senior Vice President Global Customer Solutions, Kuehne + Nagel
  • 9:15Digitalisation at Radio Télévision Suisse
  • How AI meets the Archives at RTS (Machine Learning examples)
  • The power of agile organization models (holacracy and scrum)
  • Tackling digital and heritage challenges
  • Lessons learned
    Léonard Bouchet, Head of Data and Archives, Radio Télévision Suisse
  • 9:45Swiss Post‘s Digital Strategy
  • From product to digital service - what does this mean for Swiss Post?
  • Hunting, not being hunted! How we anticipate digital trends
  • Management concepts for more innovation and creativity (Design Thinking, Agile, Scrum, Holacracy etc.)
    Florian Fiechter, Head of Customer Experience Management and Market Research, Swiss Post
  • 10:15Digital Transformation in a Conservative Industrial Corporation
  • Why should a chemical company go digital?
  • What are the key barriers?
  • Actual steps in strategy, governance, capability building and implementation
  • Our lighthouse projects in the area of digital readiness, digital operations, digital customer experience and digital business models
    Jens Kaatze, Senior Vice President Digital Transformation and Business Model Innovation, Covestro
  • 10:45Coffee Break / Networking
    11:00Networking Session 9 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 11:30Networking Session 10 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 12:00Networking Session 11 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 12:30Networking Session 12 (parallel activities)
  • Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers
  • Workshop
  • Open roundtable discussions
  • 13:00Lunch / Networking
    14:00Digineering - The Path to Process Digitization
  • Joint research with 13 companies to develop practical models for process digitization
  • Combining process management methods with the agile approach known from software engineering
  • Result: an easy-to-use toolset to digitize any process
    Prof. Dr. Arno Müller, Nordakademie
  • 14:30The Corporate Data Challenge: Key to Unlock Decision-Making and Gain Competitive Advantage
  • Corporate data is a strategic asset: how to maximize the benefits you can get from your data and unlock machine learning opportunities?
  • The path towards better, smarter, quicker decision making
  • One source of truth: create a central data repository with clear data quality standards
  • Build scale: aggregate data consistently to unlock benchmarking possibilities and allow centrally driven decisions
  • Best-in-class tools: embrace and leverage new software solutions for data analysis, including predictive analytics
  • Cultural change: shift focus from ‘what’ to ‘why’ to make real-time informed decisions
    Christophe Gantzer, Regional Controller Zone EMENA, Nestlé
  • 15:00Hunting Instead of Being Hunted – Anticipating and Applicating Digital Trends in Medical Technology
  • Racing strategy: from pit lane back to pole position
  • I almost died after 6 months (organisation, team spirit, mandate)
  • Stop the bleeding program
  • Portfolio change in development and product management
  • Conflict management is a prerequisite for necessary and partly radical change
  • Success is the best motivator – the spirit is back
    Achim Dohl, Global OR Integration and Digital Services, Storz
  • 15:30Wrap-up Discussion
    15:45End of Event

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    • Präsentation der Lösungen des Partners im Entscheidernetzwerk bei Einladungsgesprächen, in Newslettern, in der Online Community und auf der Event-Website
    • In Abhängigkeit der Verfügbarkeit Durchführung einer Kaminrunde oder eines Workshops im Rahmen des Dialogs (Option ohne Aufpreis ab Paket „Elaborated“)
    • Einladung von Unternehmen und Entscheidern, die der Partner im Vorfeld benennt (Option ohne Aufpreis)

    Bedingungen

    • Die Buchung wird nach Bestätigung durch Cintona Ltd. gültig.
    • Cintona Ltd. garantiert die im Lösungspartnerpaket (oben) genannten Leistungen.
    • Die Zahlung ist nach Buchung fällig, da Cintona Ltd. ab diesem Moment für den Kunden tätig ist (Präsentation der Lösungen, Vorbereitung des Matchings etc.) und Leistungen vorfinanzieren muss.
    • Cintona Ltd. ist nicht haftbar für Schäden jedweder Art, die auf höhere Gewalt, Naturkatastrophen, Unruhen, Terror, Krieg, politische Spannungen, internationale Handelsstreitigkeiten, Streik oder fahrlässiges Handeln Dritter zurückzuführen sind.
    • Sollte der Lösungspartner stornieren, obwohl die Leistungen erbracht werden können, zahlt er eine Gebühr von 25% des ursprünglichen Bestellwerts. Ab vier Wochen vor Veranstaltungsbeginn zahlt er eine Gebühr von 100% des ursprünglichen Bestellwerts.
    • Gerichtsstand ist Kreuzlingen, Schweiz.

    Fragen/Anregungen