SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION COMMITTEEBecause gentle and profitable tourism can be developed in Isenau
SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION COMMITTEE
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The Sustainability and Innovation Commission is made up of members who, while being sensitive to environmental issues, are of the opinion that gentle and profitable tourism can be developed in Isenau.
> To contribute to the development of activities on the Isenau site in full compliance with the principles of theIsenau 360° Eco-Responsible Tourism Charter.
Members of the committee
Activities, Eco-responsibility and Communication Group
A physician, Thierry Weber is a founding partner of a European medical-scientific communication agency and is active in consulting for start-ups in life sciences and innovation. As such, he is used to leading quite complex projects. He teaches medical marketing at the University of Lausanne. Her link with Les Diablerets is very strong, as her family has been going up there, always as four-season secondary residents, for six generations. By participating in the Isenau360 project, Thierry would like to contribute to giving back to this village and its inhabitants all that his family received from them and…drink Bitter in Isenau in flip-flops.
Stéphane Bise, born in Ouchy (Lausanne), lives in Lutry and is a secondary resident of Les Diablerets. He is a lover of the canton of Vaud and a fan of Isenau where he learned to ski with his family. With many years of entrepreneurial experience in the fields of HR and occupational benefits, a passion for new technologies and a solid legal background, Stéphane is ready to put all his skills and energy into the renewal of the Isenau estate!
Anne-Marie Vial, German-“Ormonanche” bi-national, doctor, mother of two children and married to a Fribourg man who died in our beautiful valley.
I learned to ski in Isenau, as did my ancestors from the Ormonts, and our children.
For the latter, it was terrible to see the slopes disappear with the red gondolas.
I am very interested in ecotourism and am very concerned about the environmental challenges that we humans will face.
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