Imagine a space filled with all the right resources to enable you to start your startup for free? How cool is that? Well, the rich Swiss banker went ahead and used his wealth and connections to set up Geneva’s first ever code academy. Studies have shown that most startups fail because they lack the proper stewardship to assist with the decision making process.
The second culprit to blame for the closing up of many businesses is the finance. Baur anticipated all these concerns and then went ahead to come up with just the right solution. It involved pooling together consultants from the finance, legal, and the marketing worlds.
The premises commissioned and build by Mike Baur surpass anything you’ve ever witnessed. Clients get offered ample offices and other working provisions. Most importantly, this collection of like-minded individuals is what often triggers brilliant innovation. Sharing and collaboration are highly encouraged by the tutors over at the new-age entrepreneurial college.
Tech developers can meet up to present their assessment and progresses with a particular project. Additionally, the aspiring startup investors get taken through an intense course on how to handle the finances of the business. Here one gets schooled on how to monetize the project optimally and how to leverage your entire portfolio in anticipation of growth ahead.
Startups bearing Mike Bauer’s Touch
Judging by the score sheets, it seems apparent that Mike Baur and Inc. aren’t doing so bad after all. The firm has done an incredible job in helping nurture and launch close to a dozen successful software companies. These include Struckd, Blinkers, Carhelper, and Beacons mind.
Mike is a fervent believer of empowering the youth. The investor didn’t always use to mentor fresh computer science graduates at the headquarters of the Swiss Start-Up Factory in Geneva. He does it with great delight. To him, molding and shaping the future generations of investors and entrepreneurs is the best accomplishment ever. He is also a member of a few other Swiss registered charities and philanthropic organizations.
About Mike Baur
Mike, 42, is an accomplished Swiss banker heading one of the largest private banking reputed companies like UBS. He is the recipient of a two MBA’s from the universities of Rochester (New York) and Bern. He runs a vibrant ICT hub bringing together talents from all corners of the nation, the continent and indeed the world.