Article about our Chief Operations Officer, Mrs. Kathi Mujynya Ludunge, in the “Schlieremer” of November 2020 (in German only).
Watch our CEO Daniela Marino talk on stage for TEDx Zurich Women about how much mothers and managers have in common.
Female managers with children have the great chance to train at home how to be better managers and to train at work how to be better mothers. Managers that are also mothers are tired, yes, but not unfocussed, they do not underperform. They do not need to be discouraged or discriminated against. Instead they need full support because being mothers and managers makes them beautiful creatures that have much more to give to society, future generations and the industry. As a scientist, a young entrepreneur and a mother, Daniela’s mission is to foster healthy and sustainable growth of both her family and her business – she believes with creativity, sacrifice, and passion, marvelous things can be achieved. Despite wanting to be a researcher since she was 7 years old, her curiosity, determination and risk tolerance made her leave her scientific career to build a life science start-up, CUTISS AG, with the vision to bring personalized skin tissue therapy to help patients with skin defects. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
«A 7 ans, je voulais déjà être scientifique»
TECHNOLOGIES MÉDICALES En 2019, seulement une société sur quatre était fondée par une femme. A la tête de la start-up zurichoise CUTISS, qui veut révolutionner la greffe pour grands brûlés, Daniela Marino prouve que l’esprit d’entreprise se décline très bien au féminin.
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The Limmattaler Newspaper visited Vincent Ronfard, our Chief Innovation Officer in our lab in Schlieren. Read about CUTISS’ Research and Development in the field of skin manufacturing.
(article in German only).
“Die Fragen gehen ihm nie aus:
Vincent Ronfard forscht seit 30 Jahren, heute züchtet er für das Schlieremer Start-up Cutiss Haut für Brandwunden…”