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Connecting People – Spring 2017

BERNnet,  Bern’s English Resource Network, presents a series of networking apéros highlighting topics of interest to expats and helping international and Swiss business people meet up.

  • Learn about the services in the English language available to you as expats and business people in the Bern area.
  • Network with others and increase your personal and business scope.
  • Find out more about resources in the Bern area.
  • Enjoy refreshments and interesting conversation!

Follow the link to this flyer for more information.

Presentation by career coach Lisbeth Hurni – September 17th, 2014

Our 2014 event—a  talk by career coach Lisbeth Hurni on September 17th—was attended by 25 people. Here’s what one of the attendees had to say: “The info seminar on mid-career/mid-life changes was really interesting. It made me realize that it’s the difference, in a nutshell, of one’s perception—seeing the glass half-empty or half-full. See it half-full, appreciate what one has going for oneself, deal with what is not possible, and get on with it.”

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BERNnet at the ExpatExpo

BERNnet at ExpatExpo 2012
BERNnet at ExpatExpo 2012

Seven members of the Bern English Resource Network (BERNnet) were on hand to provide information about the group at the Expat Expo, held for the first time in Bern on Sunday, September 23, 2012. The fair featured numerous stands providing products and services for expatriates in Switzerland.

Smartphone and Tablet Security: What You Need to Know

Update: read a write-up of the event here.

Smartphone and Tablet Security: What You Need to Know

with speaker Alexis FitzGerald

MSc in Information Security

An Apéro and networking event bringing together people who provide English-language professional services in Bern and people who need those services

 Date:         Friday, March 2, 2012

 Time:         7–9 p.m.

 Place:       Berufsfeuerwehr Bern (the fire station)

Viktoriastrasse 70

Theoriesaal (entrance on Gotthelfstrasse)

 Cost:         Free (donations welcome)

Follow the link to this flyer for more information.