Muriel Siki: Your Trusted Moderator

We are thrilled to announce a key figure who will play a pivotal role in the success of this year’s ArtTech Forum:

Muriel Siki

We are honored to have Muriel Siki, our esteemed moderator since 2018, continue to guide the discussions at the 6th ArtTech Forum, taking place on September 14 and 15, 2023. Muriel’s outstanding expertise in journalism, television production, and conference moderation makes her an invaluable asset to our event.

Muriel Siki, a Swiss-American bilingual journalist with a multicultural background, has carved an impressive career path. Beginning in Seattle, she pursued her education at the University of Washington and Boston University, and subsequently worked as a journalist in the United States. After relocating to Geneva, she became a newsreader and general assignment reporter for RTS, the renowned French-speaking Swiss television network.

In Geneva, Muriel not only reported the news but also anchored a daily noontime talk show, captivating audiences with her insightful discussions. Her remarkable talent for facilitating meaningful conversations has made her a sought-after moderator for conferences hosted by government agencies, NGOs, and private companies.

While she won’t be speaking as a panelist, Muriel’s expert moderation skills will be at the forefront during the ArtTech Forum. Her ability to guide discussions and draw out the most valuable insights from our distinguished speakers ensures that the forum will be an engaging and thought-provoking experience for all attendees.

To secure your spot at this extraordinary event, purchase your tickets directly through our secure online ticketing platform. Whether you choose to join us online or in person, this is an exceptional opportunity to be part of the ArtTech Forum.

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 To explore the full program and catch a glimpse of the exciting lineup, please visit our website.

We eagerly anticipate the 6th ArtTech Forum, where creativity flourishes and new horizons emerge under the skilled guidance of Muriel Siki.