After Orbit, Internet Expo, and other similar fairs, the Swiss fair scene in terms of the internet has been quiet for a long time.

Now, several initiators are having another go. With ONE, which will take place at Messe Zürich for the first time on May 9 and 10, 2012, Switzerland thus once again has a guide for the internet, e-commerce, social media, and online marketing. An integrated conference, short presentations, expert interviews and opportunities for consultation will provide visitors with specialist knowledge about online business. And in the afternoon of May 9, the Swiss E-Commerce Award will be presented for the first time.

Hostpoint is on board
After its great success at Expo Rapperswil-Jona, Hostpoint will also be represented at ONE with its own stand. Visit us at our booth and learn from our experts how you can benefit from the rapidly growing e-commerce market, and how to sell your products and services even more efficiently using the Hostpoint webshop. Of course, we will be happy to demonstrate how you are on the safe side with a managed server by Hostpoint and how you can work with our collaboration solution more efficiently.

Hostpoint at the e-commerce fair ONE

Free Tickets and Discounts
Our recommendation: Get your free ticket online. The entrance fee at the gate will be CHF 25.00. You can find more information on ONE here.

As a reader of the Hostpoint blog, you can purchase discounted tickets for the largest internet conference in Switzerland, taking place at the same time as ONE. During the two-day event, experts will present about 100 slots in five parallel sessions on the topics of marketing, web project/e-commerce, development/design, business/mobile and strategy.

As a Hostpoint customer and blog reader, you can purchase tickets for the conference for CHF 220.00 instead of CHF 295.00. Just enter “Hostpoint guest” in the corresponding field when registering. You can find the entire conference program and the registration form for the conference here.

Hostpoint at the e-commerce fair ONE

Sandro Bertschinger

He didn't find computers very interesting for quite some time. An Amiga 500 as a games machine was the high point at that time. Computers began to move into his focus with the advent of the internet and the possibility of building cool websites. In 2001, he crossed paths with an internet company by coincidence.