Who we are
BWI has a long history of providing continuing education services. It was founded in 1929 as the business administration institute of the ETH Zurich. In 2014 it was spun off and since then has been operating successfully in the Swiss marketplacefocusing on training in leadership, project management and self-management.
In February 2020, BWI was taken over by four partners with strong backgrounds in business and consulting. BWI’s range of services has been expanded to provide comprehensive consulting services under the pillars of "Consulting - Continuing Education - Inspiration". This will make BWI a holistic partner to organisations experiencing constant transformation in today’s complex world.
The BWI Team
The new BWI management team is made up of four motivated consultants, trainers, and entrepreneurs, all, with a wealth of life and work experience. Having gotten to know one another through past training courses, they decided to set up a new business together. They are supported by two experienced employees, who keep the business running smoothly.
Further education has been the core business of BWI for many years. Not happy to simply impart knowledge, BWI want those they work with, to be able to apply the newly acquired skills. Their wish is to have their clients implement new ideas and learnings directly into their day to day work. Therefore, all their trainers are people who have worked for many years in SMEs, Swiss corporations, or multinational organisations. They know the challenges clients face and can respond accordingly to them.
BWI consultants have many years of experience in advising and managing divisions, teams, and organisations. We understand restructuring, transformation, crisis situations and conflict issues from practical experience and we combine this experience with the methodological knowledge gained in consulting. We believe that our clients are the experts in their field. We are there to make the strengths of the client organisation visible, to develop them further and to enrich them with new methods so they can achieve the necessary transformations. We do this in a very pragmatic way.