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24. September 2019

Every day is different from the previous one. - Leon Gruber, Flavio Manzoni and Noah Frei, event technology specialists in education.

Leon knows what he wants: to run his own show as a lighting technician. As a young boy, Flavio found event technology even more fascinating than the circus performers he saw, and Noah appreciates the many insights he is being given into the most diverse areas. All three are apprentices at Winkler Livecom, training to become event technology specialists.
9. August 2019

Six months as an autonomous company – Christian Künzli & Stefan Mathys look back.

On 10 January 2019, the MCH Group announced that Winkler Livecom had been sold on 1 January and would once again be owner managed with immediate effect. Six months on, we take a look back and interview two of the three new owners, Christian Künzli and Stefan Mathys, who both serve on the management board of Winkler Livecom.


1. July 2019

Freestyle.ch − at Züri Fäscht

Winkler returns to Freestyle.ch! Zurich’s Landiwiese park was the venue for the Freestyle.ch celebration of sport at this year’s Züri Fäscht event.

12. July 2019

Basel Tattoo − Open air in Basel Barracks

The Basel Tattoo is the second largest military music event in the world. Each July, international orchestras, bands, bagpipers and dance troupes entertain an audience of thousands.