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Public events, such as open houses, are among the most demanding occasions in the exciting world of events. The number of guests can vary, and you want to keep disruption of daily operations to a minimum. Drawing on its experience and eye for detail, Furrer Events can integrate itself into existing working processes.


If a major event takes place outside, the weather will be a decisive factor, so you need to be prepared for any eventuality. That’s where we come in! 


Everything for a perfect event – from 35 to 35,000 visitors.


The installation site in Erstfeld a boasted a marquee for 1,500 guests for the final breakthrough of the Gotthard Base Tunnel.


Steeped in tradition, Langenthal-based lubricant manufacturer Motorex celebrated its 100th year with a massive extravaganza.


The construction training centre Campus Sursee celebrated its 40th anniversary in radiant sunshine with attractions throughout the entire complex. There was plenty to experience over the three open days!


On 28 March 2015, Frey+Cie celebrated the opening of its new building, ‘Zentrum für Systeme’ (ZESY) in Rothenburg, together with its six tenants.


As part of its 200th anniversary celebrations, the Lucerne-based building insurance firm, Gebäudeversicherung Luzern, honoured all 6,200 fire-fighters in the canton of Lucerne with a special event.


For three days the residents of Hünenberg residents lived and partied like it was 1414. The fairground transported visitors to the Middle Ages where they enjoyed themselves at the market and tavern.


The Central Switzerland Emergency Service Center celebrated its 20th anniversary at the Swiss Transport Museum arena along with partner emergency organisations.


Countless free-spending shopping enthusiasts streamed through the Mall of Switzerland in Ebikon during this four-day opening event.


Around 35,000 guests experienced the PC-24 rollout spectacle on the Buoch airfield on Swiss National Day.


The Swiss railway company, Zentralbahn, celebrated its 10th year by inviting the public to an open day.