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Our Team - Our Office

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Easter holidays in a different way... While Swiss families were looking for their "Osternästli" with their children, we were looking for our toolbox & drilling kits.

The month of April was dominated by drilling, screwing, assembly and furnishing. Several working hours and sweat beads later we were allowed to move in our new office on May the first. Today, we are very pleased to introduce you to our new office and the CyberTech Team.

Our innovative and creative ideas for products and services are created in the Bernese Oberland at Strättlighügel 10 in Gwatt. Thanks to the close collaboration between the technology and the development based on "Creaktiv-Workshop's" outside of our office and in quiet places, we forge the irons to be always at the top of technology for our customers & partners.

The widespread cliché that computer scientists only drink pure coffee can be replaced when we face our small team, which we would like to introduce to you:

OUR TEAM

We dont want to omit, to show our faces behind the cups within the next newsletter. But today, our house photographer has just technical difficulties with the connection between his Zeiss Ikon Simplex and his PC... But for this, we are already working on a solution.

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