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 around 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 Parkhotel, when the City Garden is unavailable. 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.
The August/September Newsletter has just been published. Again it is bumper 20-page issue covering various topics, mostly on current events. You are invited to take a look, and I am certain you will find at least one article of interest. The Health article by Remo should interest most of us who have crossed the magic border of 65, as it covers protein intake for the elderly. In view of the recent inferno in London, Muthana covers Fire hazards in high rise buildings. Fire is rare, but when it hits, it can be very devastating. The London fire had cost at least 80 people their lives. We follow up on Brexit one year on, written by two expert Brits, one of them had worked for many years in Brussels. The long article delves in depth on the issue with probable implications, which can affect the livelihood of many. Helena from our sister Club introduces the Zug Archaeological society. Yes how many of us living in Zug know that such a society exists? Our President Roger, continues his series of articles on his visit down-under. This time he covers with plenty of photos, the delights of the sparsely populated South Island. On the Bussines and Finance front, there are two articles, one on Bitcoins by our new member Thomas and one on investment by our financial editor Christian. There are of course the regular columns on Bowling and the usual Humour section with its entertaining jokes.