Christian Walter is the managing partner and editorial director at swiss made software. He worked as an IT journalist for IT magazine Netzwoche until the end of 2010, also publishing articles most recently in Swiss IT Magazine, Computerworld, and inside-it. He previously worked in consulting, finding his way into quality management in a medium-sized logistics company, which he led for a number of years.
Christian Walter graduated with a degree in economics from the University of Basel.
In addition to his commitment to swiss made software, Thomas Brenzikofer is a communications consultant at Life Science Communication in Zurich as well as co-founder of the association Institute for Human Centered Health Innovaiton (IHCHI). From 2012 to 2021 he worked for Basel Area where he was the Co-Founder of the DayOne Healthcare Innovation Initiative. Prior to this role he co-founded the IT industry publication Netzwoche and was it's chief editor from 2000 to 2011. In 2012 he launched the business publication C-Level Magazine. Thomas Brenzikofer first entered journalism at WerbeWoche, where he worked as an editor from 1993 until 1998 and followed the early development of online media with interest. He was a senior editor at digital life magazine Smile from 1998 to 2000 and worked as a freelance journalist for Cash, Facts, Bolero and various daily newspapers on e-business, the internet, and the new economy.
Thomas Brenzikofer studied philosophy and German literature at the University of Basel, with a focus on Semiotics und Communication Theory.
luc haldimann: initiator of swiss made software, partner
In addition to his commitment to Switzerland as a center of technology as part of his role at swiss made software, Luc Haldimann is also a board member of Swiss-ICT, a Swiss ICT industry association, and a co-founder and managing director of software developer Unblu inc. Internationally, he has previously held a management position within Canada-based Open Text. Other roles have included IXOS and the content management system producer Obtree, where he was also the co-founder and president of the board.
Luc Haldimann graduated with a degree in Computer Science from ETH Zurich.