The Successful Transition of Mike Baur To Start Up Investment

Posted on August 8, 2017

The Successful Transition of Mike Baur To Start Up Investment

Mike Baur, a Swiss business man with more than two decades experience working in the banking sector, had a change of heart and ventured in start-up investment in 2014.Mike Baur had a good run working as a banker he with reputable banks including UBS and Claridenles Bank. Around this period he partnered with two colleagues, Max Meister and Olive Walzer to establish the Swiss Start Up Factory.

Back in 2014 when the three co-founders were starting the company, their primary objective was to revolutionize start-ups to global outreach enterprises while breaking the norms, products and business models in the industry. Since the first day of operation, this Swiss company has taken modernized entrepreneurs globally under its wing nurturing them for further triumph. This comp any not only offers opportunities for its entrepreneurs but also a stable operation network.

The company has an accelerator program based in Zurich where they offer beginners a series of services including a mentorship and coaching three-month program. Even after the training period the company does not let their beginners out in the cold, they further give them office space, financial aid, and a connection base to several entrepreneurs and investors in the start up industry this gives their beginners a solid foundation to begin their entrepreneurial journey.

Mike Baur is a significant asset in the day to day operations at Swiss Start Up Factory. As the chief executive officer, he oversees the fundraising and financial events at the company. He did a good job working at the vice manager of CTI Investment during its partnership with Swiss Start Up Factory. Mike Baur was also the foreman in charge of the acceleration program organized by Goldbach Group and Swiss Start Up Factory. Mike Baur stays on top of all situations at the company he facilitated the company’s partnership to Fin Tech Fusion back in 2016.

Mike Baur has a reputable reputation in the start up investment world; he featured in an article on Wall Street Journal in 2016 discussing his transition from banking to start up and entrepreneurial investment. His business input is valuable, and he was once a judge at a Start up pitch contest, START Summiteer, held at the University of St Gallen. Currently, as the executive of Swiss Start Up Factory, he is also actively involved in the digital start up in Swiss. His work is evident in the progress the company has made in only three years of existence.

 

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