Mike Baur is a businessman from the Swiss Private banking arena, where he climbed his way up from a commercial apprentice. He had been an executive board member of a private Swiss bank. By 2014, Baur had begun to see where his genius had led, now using his MBA, which he received from the University of Rochester, New York and the University of Berne. Here are some more details about Baur.
As founding Partner of Swiss Start-up Factory, he offers coaching and mentoring in financing start-ups. His achievements in partnering with other entrepreneurs offers an excellent way to mentor those people that are serious about the future in financial growth. It is truly an art form that requires real mentorship in order to achieve what is desired.
His accelerator program offer what is missing from so many other entrepreneurial programs out there today. So many are here today, gone tomorrow. Not Bauer. His program is here to stay. There’s no doubt that the future is bright for anyone that has followed the mentorship of this mecca of the financial world. He offers help to people that need mentorship in the financial sector for start-ups.
As the Wall Street Journal profiled his career in 2016, he has only begun to grow into what can only be considered the height of success. When it comes to start-up investments, he has the plan. Start-ups need that guidance so they know which choices to make, what to place investments in, and where you shouldn’t place investments. Knowing how to grow those initial investments into more seed money for the future.
It’s important too. Not knowing how to do it, can be a problem. Too many companies start out glorious, just to end in a disaster. People fail to get their money and nobody is happy. It takes great mentorship to avoid that from happening. That’s where the genius of his program comes in. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out how making money. It does take a genius to figure out how to keep it. It takes mentorship to learn how to make that money grow.