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nViso works with a range of industry leaders to develop the most advanced emotion analytics technology available. If you are interested in working together, please contact us.


IBM teams with entrepreneurs to build a smarter planet, providing support and resources to help change the way the world works. The IBM Global Entrepreneur initiative provides start-ups with no-charge access to industry-specific technologies in a cloud computing environment and access to its Research community as well as sales, marketing and technical skills.



Microsoft Bizspark helps early-stage technology startups succeed with Microsoft software, BizSpark enables access to a community of partners around the world- all involved in supporting software-fueled innovation and the next generation of technology entrepreneurs.


Gordon & McCallum

Gordon & McCallum exists to help the market research industry directly tackle the core issues of productivity and insight generation. G&M's business improvement and product development tools help client and agency researchers develop uniquely competitive research systems that rapidly enhance the ROI delivered by their research. For technology companies seeking to develop offerings in the marketing and market research sectors, G&M provides practical and hands-on direction, helping them build and adapt products and systems for these competitive but fast-growing marketplaces.

G&M's principals combine extensive experience in running profitable business units with expertise in developing and implementing innovative research services on a global basis. They have worked with research organisations ranging from boutique specialists to the world's largest research agency and have driven the development and launch of an extensive range of services, ranging from integrated brand health frameworks to sophisticated qualitative systems. Internationally award-winning speakers and trainers, the Managing Partners have presented on topics covering the research spectrum at conferences and seminars run by ESOMAR, AMA (US), MRS (UK), and AMSRS and other industry bodies.


LINK Institute

LINK Institut is the leading Swiss custom research agency. LINK offers the complete range of survey research methodologies: Web-Surveys, using its nationally representative, 100% off-line recruited internet-access-panel of 110’000 active participants, computer aided telephone interviews (call centers in all three linguistic regions of Switzerland), as well as qualitative-psychological research.

LINK Institut is a full-service provider of market- and social research, offering methodological advice, survey design, quality controlled fieldwork, advanced analytics and comprehensive reporting. Thanks to the broad expertise across all industry sectors, LINK helps customers to turn data into action.


Swiss National Science Foundation

The Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) is Switzerland’s leading provider of scientific research funding. With its federal mandate, it supports basic research in all disciplines, from philosophy and biology to the nanosciences and medicine. It also invests in applied research in various scientific fields. The focus of its activities is the scientific endorsement of projects submitted by researchers. The best applicants are funded by the SNSF with an annual total amount equalling approximately CHF 700 million.


Swiss Federal Institute of Technology - EPFL

EPFL is one of the two Ecoles Polytechniques Federales in Switzerland. It has three missions: education, research and technology transfer at the highest international level. In its idyllic location on the shores of Lake Geneva, EPFL brings together a campus of more than 10,000 people. It offers complete programs at the Bachelor's, Master's and Ph.D. levels in engineering, basic sciences, computer and communication sciences, life sciences, civil engineering, architecture and the environment. With more than 250 laboratories and research groups on campus, EPFL is one of Europe's most innovative and productive technology institutes.



The Idiap Research Institute is an independent, non-profit research foundation specializing in multimedia information management and in multimodal man-machine interaction. Idiap’s main research areas are the following:

  • Perceptual and cognitive systems
  • Social / human behavior
  • Information interfaces and presentation
  • Biometric Person Recognition
  • Machine learning
  • Information Scalable Inference and Decision Systems

    NCCR - IM2

    The National Centres of Competence in Research (NCCRs) are an innovative funding instrument provided by the Swiss National Science Foundation. Researchers cooperate intensively on an inter-institutional and cross-disciplinary basis. By taking this special approach to their work, the NCCRs carry out cutting-edge research and create real added value.

    The NCCR IM2 aims at advancing research and developing prototypes in the field of advanced human-machine interaction. More specifically, IM2 addresses the technologies that coordinate natural input modes (such as speech, writing, touch, hand gestures, head and body movements) with multimedia system output, such as speech, sounds, images, 3D graphics, and animation.


    Lemanatic Neuroscience

    Research in Neuroscience in the Lemanic area draws upon the combined resources, energies and experience of two large universities (the University of Geneva and the University of Lausanne), one of world's most respected polytechnical schools (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne) and two cutting edge university hospitals (HUG and CHUV). According to the American journal Science, the Lake Geneva region is considered to be the third most important study centre in Europe for neuroscience behind Oxford and Cambridge in Britain.



    Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois (CHUV) is one of five university hospitals in Switzerland. Through its collaboration with the Faculty of Biology and Medicine, University of Lausanne, CHUV plays a leading role on a European scale in the areas of medical care, medical research and training.


    The Foundation for Technology Innovation

    The Foundation for Technological Innovation aims to support the development of projects with innovative technological content high chance of technical and economic feasibility, and thus the potential to lead to the creation or development of businesses. Support is granted to the extent that the project is in collaboration with the Universities in western Switzerland. It offers candidates to complete the means at their disposal by a contribution of money, access to local PES near the laboratories of the EPFL and the University of Lausanne, or coaching after examining the record by a group decision-makers from the worlds of science and economics.


    Venture Kick

    Venture Kick helps potential entrepreneurs by giving them the opportunity to win up to CHF 130'000 in funds without security. Moreover, start-ups can also take advantage of know-how from experienced experts and entrepreneurs and be granted access to a national network of investors and start-up experts. The projects are evaluated by a panel of experts and investors based on the business potential demonstrated and the achievements made in business development.