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DOC IMPACT LAB WITH CHRISTIAN HAUSELMANN ON IMPACT FILMS



Christian Häuselmann

Fondation2291, President

 

Impact short-films – catalyst for regenerative change

 

Christian Häuselmann is an innovation-driven, longterm-oriented Swiss economist and serial entrepreneur. He has 25+ years of experience in the Cleantech and Circular Economy sector, both with start-ups and global organizations. In 2018 he launched 2291 – 1000 years Switzerland. How will we live? What drives us? What progress do we want? What is not wanted? 2291 is inspired by the 7 generation thinking and refreshes the dialogue on the future -  building bridges between generations, regions and the most diverse people in Switzerland, and worldwide. In the discussion, we will explore how impact short-films catalyze innovation and the transformation towards a regenerative economy and society.

 


BIO:


Christian Häuselmann is an innovation-driven Swiss economist and serial entrepreneur.

Christian has 25+ years of experience in the Cleantech sector, both with start-ups and global organizations.

 

Today he drives the circular economy market with SHIFT Switzerland, focussing since 2012 on impactful business match makings and innovative business development projects like Sana Giardin in Saas/Davos. Key catalysts are the annual SHIFT events, with SHIFT 2022 taking place in Lucerne (March 15-17, focus Swiss Plastic Expo), Lausanne (May 9, focus Circular Food Ecosystems) and Lugano (September 30, Circular Finance).

 

In 2018 he launched 2291 – 1000 years Switzerland, refreshing the dialogue on the future and building bridges between generations, regions and the most diverse people in Switzerland. Goal is to anchor long-term thinking & acting in the strategies of people and companies. The first 2291 Festival will take place on November 8, 2022 at Kursaal Berne.

 

In 2008 he co-founded the news agency Café Europe AG in Winterthur, today digitally publishing punkt4 (in german) and Swisstrade (in English) on a daily basis, offering an innovative NewsTech media solution focused on SME, innovation and sustainability in Switzerland and selected worldwide regions.


In 2007 he founded swisscleantech as network for sustainable entrepreneurs, further developing it over the next 10 years into the leading sustainable policy & business association in Switzerland.

 

In 1996 he won the Vigier young entrepreneur award for his first start-up company BKTech and the development and market introduction of the powerful FLYER electric bike, the first e-bike in Switzerland in 1993. The FLYER electric bike defined a new vehicle category in Switzerland and Europe.

 

He got his MS in Business Administration at the University of Berne/Switzerland and lives today in San Diego/California.

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