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Facebook is a social networking service and website launched in February 2004, owned and operated by Facebook, Inc.

UBS offers a number of pages on Facebook which provide the latest information about our company, our graduate recruitment, Swiss sports sponsoring and other public engagements.

LinkedIn is a business-related social network which is mainly used for professional networking.

UBS is represented with several business profiles on LinkedIn as well as an official group presence, sharing corporate and divisional information along with the latest job openings.


Twitter is a social networking and micro-blogging service that enables its users to send and read text-based messages.

UBS uses Twitter to share global and regional corporate information.

YouTube is an online video portal that enables registered users to upload and present videos for people to discover, watch and share.
UBS provides a channel on YouTube featuring a range of video content relating to its business and other associated activities.


Flickr is an image and video hosting network for users to share and embed personal photographs and videos.

UBS shares official photos on Flickr, most recently related to our "150 years" anniversary.

Google+ is a social networking and identity service launched in 2011, owned and operated by Google Inc.

UBS offers a number of groups on Google+ which provide the latest information about our company, our graduate recruitment and other public engagements.

Wikipedia is a free web-based encyclopaedia with more than 85,000 active contributors working on more than 21,000,000 articles in more than 280 languages.

UBS and UBS representatives are covered through various articles in multiple languages.