Mike Baur is an entrepreneur as well as a businessman from Swiss. He is the co-founder as well as the managing partner of the Swiss Startup Factory. Baur has a financial experience at work because he has worked in a bank for more than 20 years including Clariden Leu and UBS. He later stopped working in the bank to invest in startup organizations before he co-founded the Swiss Startup Factory in the year 2014. He co-founded the company with Oliver Walzer and Max Meister. Mike also took part in a jury where he was a member at the START Summiteer. It was a start-up pitching contest of the St Gallen University.
In the year 2016, Mike was appointed as the deputy managing director of the CTI Invest. At this time the company partnered with Swiss Startup Factory. This fact gives a clear impression that he had the spirit of leadership since before appointing a leader, the people appointing should ensure that they have an individual with good leadership skills. In the same year of 2016, Mike also led the Swiss Startup Factory through the accelerator program in partnership with Goldback Group and Fintech Fusion. In December of the same year, his career was profiled by the Wall Street Journal as he grew from Swiss Banking to entrepreneurship as well as startup investments.
Mike Baur invests most of his time supporting several Swiss Startups as a mentor and financially. Most of his time is also spent concentrating on the Swiss youth entrepreneurship, giving a clear impression that he is out to achieve the best. He is focused and ensures that all the groups he is involved in, make the best out of their daily operations. Mike is well experienced in the field of finance since he holds an MBA from the Rochester University located in New York. He also holds an Executive MBA from Berne University. This gives a clear impression that he believes in his abilities. Mike has the well-rounded knowledge and being the co-founder of Swiss Startup Factory he knows what is expected of him in his position, and he gives his best.