Enhancing Switzerland's attractiveness as a location for research and investment - The current Chairman of ICTswitzerland, Ruedi Noser, Member of the Council of States, and his designated successor, National Councillor Marcel Dobler, submitted two motions today. Ruedi Noser's motion calls for the introduction of a start-up visa for foreigners who want to found a business and work in Switzerland. Marcel Dobler urges that foreign Masters and PhD graduates of cantonal universities or the Federal Institutes of Technology, with skills and expertise that are in demand, should be given the opportunity to work in Switzerland without bureaucratic or other obstructions being put in their way. ICTswitzerland endorses both these motions. They seek to promote Switzerland's attractiveness as a location for research and investment and to make it possible to exploit the potential offered by highly qualified and skilled workers.