There is no relationship between unfiltered wine and the Venture Capital Report, except that both of them are eagerly awaited each year at the end of January.
The VC Report outlines the main developments in the Swiss start-up scene as well as significant investments made by Venture Capitalists. The 2017 vintage brings some good news: investment amounts have tripled in 5 years, reaching 980 million, that is an increase, that is a 35% increase in 12 months. So Switzerland has reached sixth position among the most attractive countries in Europe for creating a start-up, after the United Kingdom, Israel, France, Germany and Sweden. French-speaking Switzerland comes out particularly well as Lausanne alone has managed to raise 461 million francs, mainly thanks to start-ups that operate in and around the EPFL. Only 5 cities in Europe, all much larger, have done better. The ICT sector supports this growth, with almost 271 million invested in 2016.
The entire report can be downloaded on the startupticker blog, (supported by P&TS): http://www.startupticker.ch/uploads/File/Attachments/VC%20Report%202017_web.pdf