of Lenzerheide Marketing und Support AG
EV Zug - «Passion for Success»
As one of the leading ice hockey clubs in Switzerland, the EV Zug is committed to achieving its ambitious goals with ambition, identification and passion and forms a unique, distinctive and strong brand.
Graubünden Tourism is the official tourism and marketing organisation of the canton Graubünden. On behalf of their members and the government of Graubünden, their goal is to create a sustainable tourism in the region.
Developing region wide innovative products and ways of communication, spotting the trends of tomorrow, as well as offering advice and services to their partners are part of their skill set.
For more than 100 years the marketing organisation, Switzerland Tourism, is maintaining and developing the tourism brand Switzerland according to their motto «Switzerland. Natural».
This brand consists of the beauty of nature, the high standard of living, an almost perfectly organised infrastructure (public transport, accomodation, tourist attractions and accessibility) as well as reliability and safety. Nature and the high quality of travel are the to ingredients to the Switzerland experience.
ST and their partners develop and guarantee a creative implementation of all sales and marketing efforts.
SCOTT SRAM Team
Together with the association Bike World Cup Lenzerheide and the Valbella Resort the bike region Lenzerheide is an official partner of the top-class SCOTT-SRAM MTB Racing Team.
Besides the current world champions Nino Schurter and Kate Courtney, the European champion Lars Forster and the highly talented rookie Andi Frischknecht are part of their team.
Volvo Car Switzerland AG
As part of its corporate purpose, Volvo Cars wants to offer its customers the freedom to travel in a personal, sustainable and safe way. That's why people are at the heart of shaping tomorrow's mobility.
For almost a century, Volvo has been developing technologies that make life easier, better and safer. Sustainability is part of the Swedish premium company's DNA.
That's why Volvo Cars is pursuing a clear electrification strategy and intends to convert half of its worldwide sales to all-electric vehicles by the middle of this decade. But electrification of the vehicles is not enough - more is needed. That is why the Swedish premium manufacturer is reducing the CO2 footprint per vehicle by 40% by 2025 and wants to be a climate-neutral company by 2040.