The Nuit des images is an event organised by the Musée de l'Elysée with the support of their precious partners.
With 150 years of history, UBS holds a leading position in the Swiss market as a universal bank. With a network of 280 branches and 4,700 client advisors, the bank provides services to one in three households, one in three wealthy individuals and almost one in two Swiss companies. At UBS, sponsorship in sport and culture has a long tradition. The bank has been the main partner of the Nuit des images since 2012. In addition, the Lausanne headquarters of UBS hosts an exclusive exhibition each year highlighting the collections of the Musée de l'Elysée. In French-speaking Switzerland, UBS is also one of the main sponsors of the Montreux Jazz Festival and the Athletissima meeting in Lausanne.
Parmigiani Fleurier - named after its founder Michel Parmigiani - was created in 1996 in the Val de Travers and has based its values on authentic Haute Horlogerie every day since. Thanks to its independent industrial watchmaking division, the brand creates watches with an absolute requirement for aesthetic and mechanical quality, relying on its watchmaking know-how and mastery of the great complications. Parmigiani Fleurier has been the main partner of the Nuit des images since 2014 and is the exclusive watchmaking partner of the Prix Elysée.
A specialist in 2nd and 3rd pillar, as in real estate, loans, management of provident institutions and fund management, Retraites Populaires provides individuals, companies and institutions with a platform of skills and all its know-how. Retraites Populaires is committed to culture, sport and art by supporting various events throughout the canton of Vaud. Retraites Populaires has been a partner of the Nuit des images since its creation in 2011.
The Loterie Romande donates all of its profits to the public domain. It supports thousands of institutions in French-speaking Switzerland working in the social and cultural fields as well as in the fields of research, heritage, the environment and sport. It is with enthusiasm that the Waldensian commission for the distribution of the Loterie Romande has been committed to the Nuit des images, organised by the Musée de l'Elysée, since its first edition in 2012