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Switzerland Locations

Zurich

Intel's sales and marketing office in Zurich, Switzerland provides world-class sales and support at the original equipment manufacturer (OEM), developer and end-user levels. It's responsible for delivering innovative products to consumer and OEM markets, creating demand for Intel's products and much more.

The primary responsibilities for Intel's sales and marketing team in Switzerland include:

  • Delivering innovative products to consumer and OEM markets
  • Driving Intel's initiatives, technologies, products and services into the marketplace
  • Creating demand for Intel's products
  • Driving the market to recognize Intel's role in the Internet at the OEM, developer and end-user levels

Intel's sales and marketing office in Switzerland provides world-class sales and support at the original equipment manufacturer (OEM), developer and end-user levels. This team works on driving Intel's initiatives, technologies, products and services into the marketplace. Zurich, which is Switzerland's largest city, is also a worldwide financial capital that offers a wide variety of arts and cultural enjoyment in its easily accessible galleries and historic districts. 

Enjoying Life in Switzerland

Zurich, the largest city in Switzerland, as well as its commercial and financial center, is often called the "Little Big City." It is a business-focused city that also offers an array of art and culture. Zurich's cultural options include more than 30 museums and art galleries, as well as the opera, orchestras and theatres. Zurich is home to world-renowned universities where a great deal of research is conducted and published, particularly in the area of high-tech innovation.

At the Paradeplatz, worldwide banks, elegant shops and boutiques line the street and share space with many nightspots and cafes. Zurich's "Old Town" area extends along the River Limmat, where there are many interesting locations to explore. Zurich's most famous sights include the Fraumünster and Grossmünster minsters, facing one another across the river. Lindenhof, the site of a Roman customs post founded in 15 B.C., is a pleasant area for viewing the city.