SPHERE, a showcase for the swiss financial marketplace

With each issue, we endeavour to present the financial place in the most favourable light, not necessarily as it is today but more likely as it should be tomorrow, for we believe in its transformation and evolution. To that extent, SPHERE features the industry’s key players, which are given the floor to express their views, their visions, their ideas, and also to display their achievements.

The SPHERE editorial team is comprised of seasoned professionals with a strong expertise in both communication/medias and the banking and financial industry. This unique mastery of financial products and services combined with outstanding journalistic skills insure the brand’s high-end positioning.

“Beyond power, affinity, audience engagement, a particularly rewarding environment for brands which also want to enhance their image

This staging is based on well-developed editorial guidelines and graphic principles. SPHERE is a specialist magazine which abides by the codes and rules of high end press periodicals, especially in terms of clarity, readability and attractiveness. In that way, we have managed to create a rewarding environment for our partners and their brands, whether it means delivering a high-quality audience or assembling premium content.

SPHERE n°11 – October/December 2018

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20 000 readers
REMP certified print run: 7’186 copies

Launched in 2016, SPHERE has quickly established itself in the area of financial medias with the strongest impact. Distributed in both German and French speaking parts of Switzerland, edited accordingly in these two languages, SPHERE is ideal for national advertising campaign targeting the professionals of finance.

Besides its print version, SPHERE is also available online for free on subscription.

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Magazine’s team

Editorial

Jérôme Sicard, Editor in Chief
Hans Linge, Producer

Art & Graphic Director

Cyrille Morillon

Advertising

Souad Dous

Photographs

Karine Bauzin
Juerg Kaufmann