How Mike Baur is Nurturing Young Entrepreneurs in Switzerland

Mike Baur is a renowned entrepreneur from Switzerland who has significantly been contributing to the business industry. In 2014, Baur along with other two entrepreneurs co-founded Swiss Start-up Factory (SSUF), and he serves as one of the management directors. His career specializes in banking and finance industry which is a passion he began when he was still young. It has now become his profession, and for about twenty years he has served many private banks in Switzerland where he accelerated to executive positions.

The three partners have worked hard for the company to be among the top private and independent organizations providing mentorship services in Switzerland. The primary focus of the company is on nurturing young people through their business ideas. They have developed a Professional Mentorship Platform which is a program aimed at guiding and encouraging teens who want to become entrepreneurs. Swiss Start-Up Factory has dedicated most of their time to ensure that the dreams of the young entrepreneurs do not remain a dream in the future. Most graduates who else would have invested their time and money trying to look for employment are benefiting from Baur’s factory initiative.

Mike Baur has a profound knowledge in international markets and thus his role in Swiss Start-Up Factory was very crucial. He was able to mentor the youths in a manner that they can venture into local and global markets as well. The company has another program, Zurich-Based Accelerator that goes for about three months and aims at proving the digital entrepreneurs with incredible opportunities.

There are other important entrepreneurial programs that Swiss Start-Up Factory had initiated to achieve their objectives more aggressively such as Hello Vegan, Diplomero, and Diabird. Where vegan was focused on the food industry specifically providing vegans with online food. Diplomero served as an online learning platform while Diabird was an application designed to help people suffering from diabetes. Their recently launched program is First Female Founder Network which was developed to encourage women into becoming entrepreneurs.

The efforts contributed by the company in the business industry has helped it to grow significantly and gain partnerships with other related businesses. Swiss Start-Up Factory partnered with CTI in December 2015 with the aim of developing their work environment. They also partnered with an Accelerator from Geneva in February 2016 where they focused on improving their mentorship programs. The Swiss Start-Up Factory does not stop there and is working on new products to be released in the future. Apparently, their currently operating programs have managed to help them achieve their objectives.

 

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