Startup Media House

The Startup Mediahouse is an a joint initiative by Startup CampusZHAW and Impact Hub Zürich, and supported by Innosuisse, the Canton of Zurich , Gebert Rüf Stiftung and startupticker. It aims to make startups more visible to the broad public. To achieve this, we built a network of journalists and other content creators who are interested in and willing to spread the word about the swiss startup scene. 

How does it work?

→ Submit your Startup Story here to get the chance to be covered in the press 

→ We select three startups every two months

→ We write an article about the selected startups on startupticker and send this article to journalists who are interested in writing about startups

The first start-ups have been selected in February 2021. You can find the articles with portraits of the start-ups with our tag "Startup Media House"
 

We also connect startups and journalists directly. In our bi-annual startup media trainings, we coach startups how to approach journalists and unveil what the do’s and don'ts in the mediaworld are. Check out the event calendar for upcoming startup trainings. 

Here are portraits of journalists who are interested in writing about the startup scene (amongst others who prefer to stay in the background). Submit your startup above to get to chance to be connected with them. 

Stefan Mair

Journalist & Podcaster, Handelszeitung
Areas: Entrepreneurship, Digitalization

Helmuth Fuchs

Editor in Chief, Moneycab
Areas: Fintech, Business

Andrea Martel

Journalist, NZZ
Areas: Economics, Real Estate, Watches, Retail

André Müller

Journalist, NZZ
Areas: Economics, Finance

Jürg Meier

Journalist, NZZ am Sonntag
Areas: Energy, CleanTech, Logistics, Mobility

Birgit Voigt

Journalist, NZZ am Sonntag
Areas: Biotech, Pharma, Alternative Fuels, Circular Economy

Mathias Morgenthaler

Coach, Author and Freelancer for Tamedia titles (Tages-Anzeiger, «Bund» etc.)
Areas: Entrepreneurship in general

Silvan Krähenbühl

Podcaster, Swisspreneur
Areas: Entrepreneurship and founder stories