A couple of months ago, The American International Club of Geneva announced that it had partnered with Dukascopy Bank to form a new Geneva business and social news channel, called AIC TV.
The new channel has now been launched and can be viewed on the AIC website byclicking here. AIC TV takes the form of a series of weekly interviews, conducted by American International Club of Geneva President, Ed Karr. The first segments focus on the American International Club of Geneva, its Executive Committee, and how AIC membership enhances the Geneva experience. In the future, Geneva’s top business and society leaders will be invited onto the program to give their inside views on important issues and trends within their specialty, covering topics such as finance, law, investment, real estate, marketing, or philanthropy. The channel will also draw on the knowledge of current members and world renowed guest speakers such as Unilever CEO Paul Polmam, US Governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Solar Impulse pilot, Bertrand Piccard.
According to Ed Karr, “This is the perfect collaboration between the already successful Dukascopy TV and AIC TV. With AIC's access to the business leaders of Geneva along with Dukascopy’s desire to better inform their audience and clients, it really makes for a win-win situation."
Executive Committee member and Membership Chairperson, Dan Zwerski says “The main reasons our members are with the AIC is to have access to great speakers, networks, and a wide variety of unique experiences. The introduction of AIC TV is just one more way that members will be able to gain insight and engage with the AIC.”
The American International Club of Geneva is an international business and social non-profit organization made up of over 700 professional men and women from 50 different nationalities. Its mission is to provide members valuable networking and business opportunities, assistance in professional development, an opportunity to assist Geneva charities, and the option to engage in sports outings and cultural events. Members enjoy a wide range of unique experiences, which include social activities as well as traditional US based holidays such as the 4th of July celebration and Thanksgiving dinner.
Click here to watch the first few interviews on AIC TV, which provide a valuable insight into AIC, the aims of the organization, and its wide range of activities within the Geneva community.