Founded in 2002 on the initiative of Technopark Zurich and opening its doors in 2010 as a non-profit organization, TECHNOPARK®-Allianz supports young entrepreneurship, innovation and knowledge and technology transfer in Switzerland.
An alliance of science and technology parks, it brings together seven different partners.
A privately funded foundation, Technopark Zurich was set up in 1993 and is the top location for technology transfer in Switzerland and home to almost 300 companies.
Technopark Lucerne, which focuses on medtech/microtech, Fintech, Security, ICT, energy and Greentech, offers an ideal environment for startups to turn an idea into a successful business.
Technopark Aargau was founded in 2006 by five public and private partners, and works to to support knowledge and tech transfer between universities and startups.
Bio-Technopark, located close to Zurich University and the University Hospital Zurich, is a hub for 45 companies and institutions in the life sciences sector has emerged in the last two decades.
Tecnopolo Ticino, which opened in 2014, is based closed to Lugano and offers support and office space to innovative companies, fostering dialogue among entrepreneurs, researchers and investors.
Technopark Winterthur is a flexible business location and lively event centre, providing office space, laboratories, production rooms, a coworking space and startup incubator.
Technopark Liechtenstein is a meeting place where startups and entrepreneurs can exchange and test ideas.
- LocationZurich, Switzerland
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- Main technology sectorsName:Health & Pharmaceuticals
- TypeScience Park
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