Campus E The newly opened Campus E is expressive of a long-term partnership between the Einstein Hotel and the University of St.Gallen (HSG) in the field of executive education. Location in the hotel’s congress building, the Campus E complements the existing facilities in the University’s own Executive Campus HSG. About 5,000 people attend executive education courses of the University of St.Gallen every year. These courses are offered by the Executive School of Management, Technology and Law, on the one hand, and by the institutes, on the other hand. Executive education facility in town A majority of courses ranging from short seminars to the Executive MBA are run in the University’s own Executive Campus HSG. In the last few years, courses have also been offered in the congress centre of the Einstein Hotel and some even in the Zurich area. In order to be able to meet the gratifying demand for executive education with a suitable additional infrastructure, the Einstein Hotel and the University of St.Gallen have entered into a long-term partnership. The congress centre of the Einstein Hotel will be prominently labelled “Campus E” and should thus be clearly recognisable as an executive education facility of the HSG in town. Needless to say, the Einstein Hotel will remain a leading independent congress centre which makes its premises available to any prospective customers. We also regard this cooperation venture as an affirmation of our commitment to the location of St.Gallen and are pleased to have been able to pursue it with a first-class partner. Vice-President Kuno Schedler Cooperation for five years for the time being On 6 December, the two partners officially inaugurated the Campus E. “We’re pleased with this long-term partnership. We’re convinced that with our seminar rooms, the high-end catering and hotel facilities and the fitness park, we’ll be able to offer an attractive infrastructure for HSG executive education courses of a top standard,” said Michael Vogt, the Einstein Hotel’s General Manager. “We also regard this cooperation venture as an affirmation of our commitment to the location of St.Gallen and are pleased to have been able to pursue it with a first-class partner,” said Vice-President Kuno Schedler. For the time being, this cooperation is limited to the period of 2017-2021; thereafter an evaluation is planned. If both partners are satisfied, cooperation will be continued for an indefinite period of time.