Mike Baur is a painstaking entrepreneur who has a superior track record in Switzerland, his nation of residence and rearing. The entrepreneur has made waves with a company that’s called the Swiss Startup Factory. He’s among its co-founders. He also works as its managing partner. Entrepreneurship hasn’t been the sole focal point of Baur’s career. He, prior to entering the entrepreneurship world, was a banking professional for more than two decades. Baur had employment with notable financial institutions such as Clariden Leu and UBS AG (Union Bank of Switzerland). He made the decision to leave the financial world, however, after developing an interest in startup organizations. He started investing in them in earnest and the rest is history. In 2014, he was behind the launching of the Swiss Startup Factory. The company’s other two hard-working founders are Oliver Walzer and Max Meister.
Baur was a big part of the START Summiteer. This took place at the University of St. Gallen. He was a jury member for the competition. The goal behind the contest was to assess startup organizations and their strengths. Baur landed a position as CTI Invest’s deputy managing director in the winter of 2016. This occurred right when CTI Invest joined forces with the Swiss Startup Factory. He guided the latter company via its in-depth accelerator program. This program was a collaboration with the Goldback Group. He was in charge of all of this in the beginning of 2016. The Wall Street Journal is one of the most widely known financial publications in the world. It delved into this businessman’s illustrious career at the end of 2016. That’s when it discussed the beginning of his vocation in banking in Switzerland. It also discussed his journey with startup organizations and with entrepreneurship in general.
Baur spent his formative years in the Freiburg part of Switzerland. Freiburg is home to an abundance of gorgeous and tranquil sights. He entered the banking universe as a teenager. He was merely 16 years in age when he secured his first banking position. He earned an apprenticeship with UBS then. A manager who worked in recruitment talked to him about the course of his upcoming career with the bank. He talked in significant detail about promotion opportunities that may come Baur’s way with the passing of time. Oddly enough, Baur didn’t end up staying in the banking community for the rest of his existence.