Technologiepark Basel expands footprint and launches new website on March 13th
Tech Park “Technologiepark Basel” opens its doors on March 13th 2018 to the newly added space of 3'000m2 – and thus will expand its footprint to nearly double its current size. Companies that are interested to see the new space are welcome to do so on the opening day. In addition, Swiss Prime Site Immobilien AG will present the expansion plans of the rest of the Stücki Park development, where the Technologiepark is located.
Tax proposal 17: Business location Basel-Stadt stays attractive and sustainable for corporate taxes
The Canton of Basel-Stadt adopted the parameters for an implementation of the tax proposal 17 on December 7th 2017. Corporate as well as individual taxes will be lowered. The cantonal government will strengthen investments for international companies as well as for SMEs by providing a long-term tax-planning horizon.
Mentoring 50+ an impactful commitment - Become a mentor for older job seekers
Being unemployed is a life event many people experience at some point in their lives. Different factors impact the chances and also the risks on the path back to finding new employment. Age remains one of the main factors: Studies confirm that people over 50 are more likely affected by long-term unemployment than younger people.
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«Yes» - How can the chances on the job market be increased for the over 50 year olds?
Sozialkonferenz Basel - a conference for social and poverty issues - invites to a symposium on April 19th 2018 as part of the event series „The Economy and Poverty”.
At the Crossroads of Healthcare - Leading DIA Europe 2018 healthcare conference returns to Basel
For the past 30 years, DIA has brought healthcare professionals together, to provide a neutral forum to discuss current issues, with the goal of uncovering new ways of working, and new solutions for patients. By incorporating representatives from the full life sciences landscape it facilitates open collaboration. The conference ensures that industry, payors, patients, and regulators, all have an equal voice.