Zürich Networking Group Guest Blog Authors

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Some authors wish to contribute and remain anonymous, they are posted under group admin user credentials. 

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This page was formally launched in 2020 to recognise the work of our members. 

Teodora Rudolph

Change and career coach – visit her website here 

Andrew Travers

Group Founder – seeking to add others and replace his entry with theirs and with others in 2020. 

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Thank you to all member authors because you invested time to write some great and interesting content. 

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Using-Linkedin

How to use LinkedIn groups

Contents Introduction How to use LinkedIn groups and your membership to your advantage and to benefit is based on multiple discussions by group members, their questions and my training of others in-company. The landscape of LinkedIn and the Zürich Networking LinkedIn group has changed since 2018.  I hope this knowledge share will help you to

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Zurich votes on affordable housing initiative

Contents Zurich and many in Switzerland could learn about affordable housing initiative from their Austrian neighbours in Vienna. They have a history of over 100 years on affordable and social housing. The Viennese have seem to have successfully balanced the needs of social housing, tax its residents and balance commercial construction projects with the minimum

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Zurich`s nuclear risk and your iodide tablets

Contents Introduction Zurich`s nuclear risks include the Leibstadt nuclear power station which is 45 minutes away from Zurich. It is now back in operation after a recent shutdown due to a technical fault and approval from the Swiss Federal Nuclear Safety Inspectorate (ENSI). Details of the technical fault were not disclosed. The public information release

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