Answering questions about the world’s largest economy and one of the most powerful companies in the world, the Swiss market is a global hub for business, culture, sports, finance and more.
Swiss business leaders have been talking about the future of the Swiss economy for some time, and a number of them are ready to take their business to the next level.
In this article, we take a look at the top business leaders and what they’re doing to get their Swiss clients excited.1.
Peter Thiel Peter Thiel is a leading Silicon Valley entrepreneur and a founder of PayPal, one of Silicon Valley’s largest online retailers.
In 2014, Thiel was named one of Time Magazine’s “30 Under 30.”
He also founded and co-founded Facebook and PayPal.2.
Paul Otellini Paul Oden has served as President of the European Commission since 2012.
During his time in Brussels, Oden spearheaded the development of EU-wide action plans to address the refugee crisis.3.
Alex de Waal Alex de Maiziere is an entrepreneur, media executive and philanthropist.
He is also one of Europe’s leading public intellectuals, having received the prestigious BAFTA Prize for his writings.
He founded the Open University, a leading university education platform.4.
Robert Merton Robert Mertens is a director and partner at the global firm Mertons.
Mertins is a board member of The Mertin Group, a major investment management firm that specializes in private equity.5.
Yves Smith Yves A. Smith is a partner at Goldman Sachs.
He served as the Chief Operating Officer of the Global Energy Group.
He was also the CEO of General Electric until 2013.6.
Michael Gove Michael Govirgan is the Secretary of State for the UK.
He holds a degree in Politics and Public Policy from University College London.7.
Mark Zuckerberg Mark Zuckerberg is an American entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of Facebook.
He became the youngest person to become the CEO at age 29, in 2015.8.
Eric Schmidt Eric Schmidt is the chairman of Google and the former head of the German Federal Intelligence Service.
He has served in several roles in the Federal government, including as Chairman of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.9.
Jeff Bezos Jeff Bezos is the founder of Amazon.
He and his wife, Cinda, have been the subject of numerous media reports over the years.10.
Stephen Hawking Stephen Hawking is the honorary chairman of the British Academy of Science.
Hawking is a Nobel Prize-winning physicist, physicist and astronomer.11.
Peter Singer Peter Singer is a British philanthropist and the author of The End of Money.
He chairs the board of the Rockefeller Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Bill and Melinda Moore Foundation.12.
David Sacks David Saks is the director of the London School of Economics.
He specializes in public policy and policy management.13.
Daniel Karp David Karp is a US economist, author and philanthropy advisor.
He’s an internationally renowned expert on economic and social issues.14.
Warren Buffett Warren Buffett is the richest man in the United States.
He made his fortune in Berkshire Hathaway and is worth an estimated $8.8 trillion.15.
Paul Allen Paul Allen is a former US ambassador to Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, the European Union, and Germany.
He helped create Microsoft in the 1990s, and now he is chairman of Microsoft, and holds more than 100 percent of the shares of Microsoft.16.
Donald Trump Donald Trump has been the President of United States for eight months.
He currently serves as the chairman and CEO for his personal investment firm, Blackstone Group.17.
Robert Iger Robert Igers is the CEO and chairman of Walt Disney.
He also serves as CEO and founder of The Walt Disney Company.18.
Michael Bloomberg Michael Bloomberg is the Mayor of New York City.
He oversees New York’s economic and financial health, and has led the city through some of its most tumultuous times.19.
John Hargreaves John H.argreave is the President and CEO and Chief Operating Executive of The John Henson Company, a privately held real estate development company.
He co-owned and operated The John Holt Company and The John J. Pershing Company from 1977 to 2002.20.
David Letterman David Lettermann is the host of late-night talk show Letterman and cohost of CBS’s late-day talk show Late Night.
He hosts the daytime talk show, Late Show with David Lettermen, from 8 p.m. to 10 p., and on Sunday nights he hosts CBS’s Late Late Show.21.
Richard Branson Richard Brangeles is the Virgin Group’s chief executive officer and chief financial officer.
He leads the Virgin brand and is also chairman of Virgin Group plc.
He sits on the board and serves as chairman of Vodafone Group plcs,