Zug, 17.04.2024

Zug company wins first prize in the Swiss IC Awards

A great honour for Severiyos Gabriel from Zug: the CEO of the Zug-based start-up Aidonic AG was presented with the first prize in the Swiss IC Awards by Federal Councillor Ignazio Cassis. The award recognises innovative projects by Swiss companies that contribute to peace..

The projects were selected by a jury of experts, and will be given the opportunity to test their solutions in a developing country with the support of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC/ Deza: Direktion für Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit), as the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA) states on its website.

Aidonic AG, which is located on the Baarerstrasse in Zug, has set itself the goal of making humanitarian and development aid more efficient with the help of artificial intelligence, blockchain and other digital payment solutions.

Severiyos Gabriel (centre) shakes hands with Ignazio Cassis.                  Photo: zvg

"The discussion about peace has never been more important," the start-up states in its press release.

The award is more than just recognition. The prize was awarded by Federal Councillor (Bundesrat) Ignacio Cassis at the third International Cooperation Forum (IC Forum) in Basel last Thursday.

For more information: https://www.aidonic.io/