Swiss startups on the frontpage


#SwissTech at CES 2019: For our press review, we collected articles from Swiss and international media mentioning the Swiss start-ups in Las Vegas. In addition, you will find a very interesting interview with entrepreneur Vincent Bieri who coached start-ups from the Canton of Vaud before they flew to the show.


Continental: Seamless Mobility Combines Autonomous Shuttles and Delivery Robots

At CES 2019, Continental demonstrates a seamless approach to goods delivery with the help of delivery robots and driverless vehicles. Continental’s driverless vehicle called CUbE can carry one or multiple delivery robots and deploy them to handle the last yards of the goods and parcel delivery logistics chain. In Las Vegas Continental showed delivery robots developed by ETH Zurich spin-off ANYbotics. The demonstration caused a stir in social as well as in traditional media. A picture of Anybotics’ robot Anymal made it for example to the frontpage of


L’Agefi: Dossier special CES Las Vegas

Le Consumer Electronics Show (CES) accueille en 2019 pour la première fois un Pavillon suisse, composé d'une trentaine de start-up. Plongée dans le plus grand salon international dédié à l'innovation technologique.


Innovaud: “Each startup should realize that such events can make them realize a jump, not a step.” Interview with coach Vincent Bieri (Nexthink)

From January 6-12, 13 Vaud startups pitch at CES 2019' SWISS Pavilion. Innovaud organized a Sales Pitch Training with Vincent Bieri (co-founder of Nexthink) to prepare the startups. How will they deliver their perfect pitch to make impact?


The Ava fertility tracking bracelet isn't new, but the second iteration is much sleeker and easier to wear than the first. 


With Birdly's VR flight simulator, you can almost *literally* fly like an eagle. It doesn't just throw you into a virtual world, it has a fan that simulates the wind and side panels so you can flap your arms, er, wings, and soar


Forbes : 22 Innovative Technology Startups To Watch At CES 2019

22 startup finalists will pitch on stage at CES, competing at Richard Branson's Extreme Tech Challenge (XTC) and at ShowStoppers' LaunchIt, the official competition for startups exhibiting at Eureka Park. Among them Padrone - built a digital ring that replaces the computer mouse, reshaping the future of work - and Pigzbe - created a "piggy-wallet" that teaches children ages 6+ the building blocks of modern money management.


20 Minuten: «Smarte Brillen werden unseren Alltag prägen»

Las Vegas ist diese Woche der Mittelpunkt der Tech-Industrie. Das Start-up Creal3d aus der Schweiz reist für die Consumer Electronics Show in die USA.


Swissinfo: ‘Cool’ Swiss tech puts on a show in Vegas

The cream of Swiss innovation is being presented at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas – for the first time ever. It is hoped the decision will reap financial rewards.All our articles about CES 2019