Since 2014, Mike Baur has been working on a program that has helped many young entrepreneurs to access the necessary support that can help them to move from seed level investors to successful business people. Through the Swiss Startup Factory, Mike Baur is offering talented startups a venue where they can prepare to handle the challenges that come with entering the competitive business world.
The Swiss Startup Factory is a startup incubation program that caters for the needed space and coaching that can equip startups with vital skills to help them cruise into the market seamlessly. Launched in 2014, the company has so far helped more than 20 startups, which are faring well in the market. To make to process possible and successful, there are things Mike Baur has been offering to the startups as shown below.
One of the most important things that help a business to walk through the highly competitive market is understanding how things work. This is the reason the Swiss Startup Factory has invested in coaching, which offers the startups information about things they are likely to encounter and how they can deal with each challenge that comes their way. Mike Baur has invited professionals from leading universities and research institutes to partner with the Swiss Startup Factory in a bid to avail human resources that are ideal to help in running the program.
Before a business enters into any market, it is advisable to first understand the dynamics of the industry. Market research is an element that few startups possess at the onset and failure to make the right assessment could lead to making the wrong choices and eventually losses. Through the Swiss Startup Factory, startups are able to understand all things that affect the market and are offered a prime opportunity to re-design their product to fit the demands present in the market at any particular time.
About Mike Baur
Born and raised in Fribourg, Switzerland, Mike Baur is a professional whose passion for banking and finance started at an early age. He was able to pursue the career and he proceeded to the University of Bern, where he acquired an Executive MBA. Mike worked in the Swiss private banking industry for almost 20 years before he chose to enter into entrepreneurship in 2014. When he left banking, he founded the Swiss Startup Factory, which is supporting talented startups within the country.