It is no secret that entrepreneurship is the center of the world’s economy. However, entrepreneurship can be challenging.One of the challenges includes starting up, the foundation of the business. From technical business terminologies to entrepreneurship networks, the whole process can be hectic. That is why a man like Mike Baur is instrumental in the field of entrepreneurship. As a teenager, Mike loved banking and finance. Mr. Baur is a Swiss businessman. He serves as the co-founder as well as the managing partner of a startup factory called Swiss Startup Factory. Baur’s experience roots from his 20 years banking roles in UBS and Clariden Leu. From the two firms, he quit forming the start-up businesses.

About Swiss Startup Factory

The Swiss Startup Factory rooted from the ambition to develop global companies that will surpass most norms related to businesses. It was established in 2014. Swiss Startup Factory offers a three-month program that provides early-stage business startups with office space, financing, coaching, mentoring, and an extensive entrepreneurial network. The Swiss Startup Factory makes bold claims while striving to achieve the objectives by providing a 360-degree platform for startup services. It provides individual services aimed at getting ideas off the ground. From input sessions and one to one mentor sessions, this firm commits to completing the startup program that will introduce their product to the market in addition to providing an in-depth tailored service package for the maturity and development of start-ups.

The WorldWebForum

Baur is a speaker at the WorldWebForum, an organization focused on youth empowerment. The WorldWebForum provides the young talented entrepreneurs in Switzerland with a top execution platform to guide them in business. This platform offers the youth a dedicated series of steps through a business-driven process to the set goals. The WorldWebForum hosts motivational speakers who offer pep talks to the youth.

Early Life and Education

Mike Baur was born and raised in Fribourg Switzerland, an area he is still connected to. He developed an interest in banking and financing as a child. When he turned 39, he began his entrepreneurial journey by quitting employment. It is, therefore, a great satisfaction that he lived to achieve his dream by practicing what he loved. Mike went to the University of Rochester in New York where he got an MBA. He furthered his studies at the University of Bern and earned an Executive MBA.