Mike Baur a Dreamweaver

How many of us have dreams? Things that we want to accomplish, create, or conquer one day? This isn’t surprising considering the U.S. is known to be the place to go after your dreams. Most of us will never get the chance to see these things done because we have no loom to build a beautiful tapestry on, but for those looking to create a business there are those who can help.

Mike Baur is the founder of Swiss Startup Factory. After working for over 20 years in banking, starting from the bottom and working his way to the top, he now looks to help people realize their dreams with his new company based in Switzerland. The Swiss Startup Factory does literally what its name says it does. It helps create new companies by offering mentors/guidance, office space, financing, and most of the needs a new company requires for success for those first 3 months through there accelerated programs. This allows for those who receive this assistance to create a strong loom on which they can finally build their beautiful tapestry.

His vision of helping others to obtain success and to become a one stop shop for all those whose dreams of running their own business, but may need a little push in order to succeed has caught and promoted the creation of many peoples dreams. This isn’t limited to adults as part of his vision included a youth entrepreneurship program to help those who dream big from early on.

Mike Baur was once a young intern looking to understand the banking world and find his own place in the world. After 20 years in banking it would seem he would finally find his own place in the world by helping others find theirs. He takes the dreams of others and gives them the fabric needed to weave their own dreams. He is truly a dream-weaver for all those whose dreams may just need a little push. It’s just too bad that he doesn’t have a US branch of this company, as his dream strongly matches with the American Dream!

 

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