Mike Baur is on one of the individuals who were fascinated by particular subjects at tender ages and later pursued them in real. He had a fascination with the topic of Finance and Banking, which he undertook in his studies and later as his full-time career and as a profession. Mike holds an MBA from Rochester University in New York together with an executive MBA from the University of Bern. Mike holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and MBA from Harvard University.
Currently, Mike uses his extensive and professional experience in banking industry gained from Swiss banking sector to upgrade entrepreneurial skills in upcoming entrepreneurs. The start-up company he runs together with Max Meister and Walzer Oliver is one of a high profile in Switzerland and has an excellent rating as the leading private ICT accelerator. This program is sub-sectioned to capture entrepreneurs of all levels and potentials.
The first section entails offering support, training, and coaching to the entrepreneurs, and this stage is known as the pre-accelerator program. The next step is the accelerator phase where the entrepreneurs are given a three-month field exposure with a similar support to the one accorded to them at the pre-accelerator stage. The final step entails application and recruitment. Here, all the successful trainees from the private ICT accelerator program are put through witty and challenging trials and tests.
The success of the ICT accelerator program was improved through a recent partnership with Michael Hartweg. Martin who offers help with the selection to evaluation processes of the exercise. The last bridge of a merger or partnership was between Swiss start-up factory and fusion, a bid that was made to beef the gap between Swiss German parts of Switzerland and French.
The partnership goes a long way in aiding the start up with little tech which will be essential in the various steps of the process. The founder of Fusion, Dubray Guillaume in his words said that the digital transformation is everywhere. According to Dubray, Switzerland is a leader in innovation, and it provides excellent conditions for new and existing entrepreneurs to thrive. He added that “With our new partner, the Swiss Startup Factory, our vision is to foster collaboration between the strongest businesses.” To which Mike added that “”due to the linguistic diversity and the cantonal and regional separation, Switzerland often lacks adequate efforts to concentrate these very strengths and resources.