Fertile ground

It is not only cherry trees that thrive in the Canton of Zug. We also have the optimal conditions to cultivate your economic growth.

Healthy growth

In order for a delicate sampling to grow into a proud tree, it needs strong roots. We can provide you with customized advice on all strategic issues.

Flourishing business

Bring your company to full bloom. We can show you efficient strategies to position yourself for success on the market.

Tender loving care

We will provide you with comprehensive and competent support engrained in a spirit of partnership. So your company tree will continue to bear fruit for many years to come.

Seeds of success

Plant a cherry seed in the right conditions and you will reap the fruits of success. We will give your company the fertile ground it needs to thrive.

Sustainable development

We are always thinking one step ahead and will show you solutions to new challenges. So your company tree will flourish year after year.

Bountiful harvest

We will accompany you through each phase of your company's development so you continue to harvest the returns over the long term.


Accounting provides those responsible in the company with important information for future decision-making. Liquidity planning, margin analyses and periodic reporting are entirely tailored to your needs and help you to maintain an overview at all times. So that the required data is available to you promptly and in the required form, we support you with our services:

  • Accounting with monthly or quarterly accounts
  • Annual accounts taking tax optimisation into consideration
  • Payroll accounting (incl. social security accounting)
  • Accounts receivable accounting with reminders and invoicing
  • Accounts payable accounting with payment management
  • Cost calculation
  • Periodic reporting for investors or banks
  • VAT returns
  • Liquidity planning
  • Annual financial statement under other regulations such as SWISS GAAP FER, IFRS/IAS
  • Conversion of account structures under the new accounting law (legally required from 1.1.2015