The IMCZ is a social club open to men of all ages with international interests and a relationship (business or personal) to the Canton of Zug. We have over 200 members representing about 50 countries (including Switzerland) and many different walks of life. Dues currently stand at SFr. 85 per year (SFr. 45 if you register after 30 June). If you are interested in getting to know us better, just come to our weekly Stammtisch. We meet almost every Thursday evening at the City Garden Hotel in Zug, or at the Park Hotel, when the City Garden is closed. You can find the details of all upcoming events in our Events Calendar, including special events, which take place at other locations. We look forward to meeting you!
If you are already a member and registered on our previous website, and if you haven't already accessed this new website, please create a GroupSpaces account, using the same e-mail address at which you receive club e-mails, but choosing a new password. You will then receive an e-mail asking you to confirm the address by clicking on a link. You may have to look for this mail in your spam folder. Once you have verified your e-mail address and password with GroupSpaces, you should have full access to the new website (using this e-mail address and the new password to sign in). If you encounter problems, please contact our Webmaster, Andrew Schofield.
September 2016:This is another bumper 16-page issue with lots of interesting articles and reports on the major summer activities. The first major event during August was a visit to the Tesla dealership, store and service centre in Cham, on Saturday August 6th. The well attended event included free test drives of the Tesla S and X models. The club's second major annual event, the summer barbecue, took place at the conveniently located and picturesque Siehbachsaal in Zug. Its theme this year was Germany. Except for one shower, the weather was beautiful and all had a great time. A few days later the Jazz Festival took place in Zug. Although not an IMCZ event, the main organiser is an IMCZ member and many members enjoyed the ambiance and music. Towards the end of the month, on Sunday, the 28th, a very enjoyable and well attended hike took place along the gorge of the Engelberger Aa. All these events are fully covered with lots of photos. Turning to the more serious sections, Remo Jutzeler’s health article covers salt and rehydration in sports, an interesting issue, which many of us do not fully understand. Vice President and Newsletter Editor Muthana Kubba's article on Science and Technology knocks on closed doors and tries to establish whether life and humanity exist anywhere else in universe. On current issues, Co-Editor Roger Dixon presents the second part of his article on the controversial issue of the UK leaving the European Union, the so-called Brexit. Ian Stansfield tells us how to go about starting a business in Switzerland. Under Travel and Leisure, President Roger Brooks recounts his experience with a new sport, stand-up paddling. Joe Dow in the Sports section talks about hiking on the Brienzer Rothorn. The Humour section starts with a US Dollar note which has Queen Elizabeth II photo on it. Read on and have a good laugh.