Ethos has moved into its new headquarter at Pont-Rouge in Geneva, thus doubling its surface area compared to its historic offices at Place de Cornavin.

At the end of September, the twenty employees of Ethos left the historic premises of Place de Cornavin in Geneva, where the Foundation was created in 1997, to its new offices located in the heart of the new district of Lancy-Pont-Rouge (GE). With this new offices, Ethos will double its surface (428m2).

The new offices attach great importance to sustainable development, which obviously counted in the choice of Ethos. The building has the Minergie label and meets the highest standards of DGNB (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Nachhaltiges Bauen) certification.

The new offices of Ethos also have the advantage of being ideally located; they are both close to downtown Geneva, which can be reached in less than 10 minutes by tram, and right next to the new Lancy-Pont-Rouge train station, which connects to Cornavin station in 6 minutes with the Léman Express. They are also served by many cycling and walking routes.

This move allows Ethos to strengthen its teams. Three new ESG analysts were thus recently hired in Geneva. They will join Ethos between October 1 and December 1, 2020. In addition, Ethos now has five employees in Zurich.