Mike Baur is a co-founder of the Swiss Startup Factory the best ICT Accelerator in Switzerland. He is a resident of Fribourg Switzerland. He has been working with Swiss private banking for over 20 years. Through this period, he has risen from just an apprentice to an executive board member of the big Swiss Private Bank. This has been a significant achievement since in his teenage days he had a keen interest in Finance and Banking.
Mike Baur holds an MBA from Rochester University and an Executive MBA from the University of Bern. Mike is reputed for utilizing most of his time with the Swiss youth entrepreneurs and mentoring them. He also provides financial support to Swiss Startups. Today Mike Baur is the Chief Executive Officer of the Swiss Startup Factory. He is responsible for fundraising and financing startup projects.
Swiss startup factory is an organization whose mission is to transform Switzerland startups to international companies. He does so by providing quality services in developing revolutionizing industries. The company is privately financed, and it was founded in the year 2014. It offers unique services to its young subscribers.
The company has a team of mentors to guide budding entrepreneurs and funding their projects. The Swiss Startup Factory has two visions, which are; to run a startup accelerator program with global standards for all available startup accelerator programs, and to have the ability to provide startups with whatever the services they need for them to run and grow with minimal or no hindrances all year round.
The Startup Factory announced a partnership with a Geneva-based Finetech Accelerator Fusion to reach more startups, mentor them, and provide them with facilities they may need to grow their businesses to from ground level to international standards.
Both companies are working to help the startups from the early stages where they create prototypes to assist them in hand over their products smoothly to market beta testing. The collaboration between the two organizations will help them create joint events, widen the mentor exchange network, cooperate with universities and provide shared offices for the startups.
The Swiss Startup Factory runs a three-month accelerator program which aims to provide a platform where startups can get free coaching, mentoring, office space, and financing for the viable projects they present to the platform. Since the company started, it has been a success, and it has been reaching more and more startups daily.