Cashless payment systems: Open Air visitors spend more money

Most music festivals in Switzerland now rely on cashless, closed-loop payment systems. Festival operators thereby benefit financially in several ways. Visitors often do not ...
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What shall I do if LegalTech goes mainstream in the enterprise legal services market?

For the past decade we have heard that LegalTech will reshape - or more sensationally revolutionise - the way legal services are procured, priced, executed and evaluated by ...
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The role of technology in the business model of law firms

At present, law firms are being inundated with offers of “innovative” software. There are advertisements of tools intended to revolutionise document automation, document ...
Law Conference

2nd Conference on the Future of Legal Services, 16-17 April 2019

The 2nd Conference on the Future of Legal Services kicked off on Tuesday 16 April 2019. Experts from academia and practice met at the University of Miami School of Law in the ...
For Women

“Women hold up half the sky” – Developments since the first Women’s Strike

Prof. Dr. Gudrun Sander, 30 years at the HSG, 30 years of work for equality – here in a personal interview. She has already achieved much at the University of St.Gallen and is ...
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Career and family – that’s (not) possible!

Patricia Widmer, Head of the Women Back to Business Programme, wanted to reconcile career and family. She tells us here how she did it and what challenges she met.