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General Electric logo

From jet engines to power generation, financial services to plastics, and medical imaging to news and information, GE people worldwide are dedicated to turning imaginative ideas into leading products and services that help solve some of the world's toughest problems.

BT logo

BT is one of the world's leading providers of communications solutions serving customers in Europe, the Americas and Asia Pacific. Its principal activities include networked IT services, local, national and international telecommunications services, and higher-value broadband and internet products and services.In the UK, BT serves more than 20 million business and residential customers with more than 30 million exchange lines, as well as providing network services to other licensed operators.

Swissair logo

Swissair, short for "Swiss Air Transport Company Limited", was Switzerland's national airline for 71 years (1931–2002), established when the airlines Balair and Ad Astra Aero ("To the Stars") merged. For most of its lifetime, Swissair's financial stability made it renowned as a "flying bank" and it came to be regarded as a national symbol. It ended, however, in fiasco. About 30% of the Swissair shares belonged to the national government and at its demise, Swissair belonged to the holding company SAirGroup, together with the regional airline Crossair and the charter company Balair. Its major hubs were at Zürich International Airport and Geneva Cointrin International Airport (until the early 1990's).

Sunrise logo

On January 23, 2001, the telecommunications service providers diAx and sunrise merged to form TDC Switzerland AG, operating under the brand name sunrise. At present, just under 2.2 million customers enjoy the benefits of sunrise mobile, fixed network, and Internet services. The nationwide GSM dualband network provides cutting-edge mobile services to over 99% of the population. A wide range of high-quality voice and data services are provided via a high-performance fiber optic network with a total length of more than 7,000 kilometres. As a founding member of the Starmap Mobile Alliance, an association of leading European mobile communications providers, sunrise offers its customers access to first-class services even while they are abroad. sunrise is the brand name of TDC Switzerland AG.

Robeco logo

Robeco provides investment products and services to around 700 institutional and 1.5 million private clients worldwide. Private investors are serviced via banks and other distribution partners as well as via direct channels.Robeco disposes of specialized capabilities in the major asset classes of equity and fixed income and in the alternative asset classes of hedge funds and private equity. The various strategies are managed in the Netherlands, the US and France.Robeco also offers innovative structured products which combine the various capabilities with derivatives or guarantees to.

Software AG logo

Software AG, headquartered in Darmstadt, Germany, provides a full range of products and services to deliver a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) IT infrastructure, based on over thirty-five years experience in high-performance databases, application development tools and integration technologies. Its technology offers process driven integration through legacy modernization and realtime single views of strategic business information. Software AG helps its customers to achieve a competitive advantage through flexible and adaptive business processes based on fast and easy integration of existing IT assets. It supports the mission-critical systems of over 3,000 customers globally. Software AG is represented in around 70 countries with more than 2,700 employees.

Delta Lloyd logo

Delta Lloyd Group offers its customers security through risk insurance, income protection and wealth growth. Strong brands - Delta Lloyd, OHRA and ABN AMRO Insurance -  enable the company to deliver a wide range of products and services through the consumer's distribution channel of choice: from simple savings products to complex insurance and pensions products and financial planning services

Dubai Bank logo

Since its launch in September 2002, Dubai Bank has challenged traditional banking practices by placing service, transparency, and convenience at the forefront of its operations and introducing unique products and services to the market. By bringing a breath of fresh air into the UAE's financial sector, Dubai Bank has firmly positioned itself as a catalyst for change.Through its inventive approach to banking and quality range of banking products and services, Dubai Bank aims to establish itself as an icon of Dubai's success, dynamism, and excellence with a brand name and identity that is tantamount to modernity, pro-activeness, quality innovation, and transparency.

KPN logo

KPN is a Dutch telecommunications 3G company. The company was formerly called Koninklijke PTT Nederland, and before that Staatsbedrijf der Posterijen, Telegrafie en Telefonie (State Company of Post, Telegraphy and Telephony), or PTT. Before the spinoff of TPG, the company also controlled the national Dutch post. The company is based in The Hague.As of 2004, KPN is active in the Dutch, German, and Belgian telecommunication markets. In the Netherlands, KPN is the owner of the fixed telephone network and is the market leader in mobile telecommunications, with the brands KPN, Telfort and Hi. On the Internet market, KPN is owner of the internet service providers XS4ALL, Planet Internet, Het Net and Freeler.