MIKE BAUR CEO, SWISS START UP FACTORY

 Mike Baur is a visionary entrepreneur and founding partner of the Swiss Start-up Factory AG, with a vast amount of experience in the banking sector. He is a mentor to many people in the world of business and leadership. He has worked for Swiss banking sector for 20 years. As a teenager, Mike Baur was passionate about banking and finance, which he later came to satisfy when he started out his career as a commercial apprentice at UBS and made his way up to being an executive board member of Swiss Private Bank. In the year 2014, when he was just 39 years of age, Mike, and his two partners founded the Swiss Startup Factory. Prior to being a co-founder and Chief executive Officer of Swiss Startup Factory, he is also a co-founder and Director of the Swiss Start-up Association. Mike pursued an MBA from University of Rochester New York. He is also an Executive MBA from the University of Berne.

 

Mike founded the factory with the main aim of supporting the entrepreneurs in the digital technology industry. The support involves linking the startups with potential investors, mentoring, financing, office space, coaching, and providing access to other entrepreneurs during their development process. Swiss Start-up factory has earned a huge reputation for mentoring companies from humble start-ups to medium and big sized companies.

 

Swiss Startup Factory is top on the list of privately owned and independently financed companies in Switzerland. The company’s core business is to provide programs to mentor start-ups through the first stages, mostly three months. The company also works to disrupt set systems that hinder small start-ups from growth, mostly due to factors such as financing and lack of exposure to potential investors.

 

Swiss Startup Factory and CTI invest collaborate towards hosting Startup training for events and also to jointly open websites to bring together small start-ups and link them with information and training that will be helpful in their venture, and will see them through the first tough stages of their company’s development. This collaboration is one of many that Swiss start-up Factory is working towards its purpose of mentoring young entrepreneurs through their first stages of their startups.

 

Swiss Startup Factory, with its three-month accelerator program, provides a unique platform for start-ups, and the Geneva-based Fintech Accelerator fusion are to collaborate in the pre-selection process, which will involve universities to oversee smooth start for small start-ups.

IAP Worldwide Services: “Making The Impossible Possible”

Yes, IAP Worldwide Services say they “specialize in making the impossible possible.” The company is purportedly a top international provider of facilities management, logistics as well as advanced technical and professional services. But first, for those readers who are unfamiliar with the company, here is a bit of background on the company in question:

The company was officially founded in 1990. It is headquartered in Irmo, South Carolina, the company began as a procurement and logistics business. It began with but one contract to supply the US Army, then in Saudi Arabia, with generator supplies and the like during Operation Desert Storm. By 2004 IAP held $370 million worth of government contracts.

The following year found the company purchasing both the company named JCWS and its subsidiary RMS ( Readiness Management Support) to create the company known as IAP Worldwide Services today. The business now had three specialties: base operations support services, global operations and logistics and professional and technical services. They focus on providing timely answers to problems and responding to various changes in the overall world environment.

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2006 witnessed IAP Worldwide Services purchasing the Brit engineering company G3 Systems Ltd. G3 Systems Ltd. offers businesses in the UK and elsewhere a range of services and even facilities to both commercial and government clientele. They also deliver, design, maintain and operate equipment to handle harsh locations and challenging environments.

IAP Worldwide Services recapitalized and restructured under new owners in 2014. Before the end of last year they had grown to having more than 1,600 employees and 110 locations in over 20 countries.

Today they handle everything from overseas battlefields to natural disasters. They provide the personnel, program management and technology to suit the situation on short notice. They continue to provide emergency disaster relief, secure international procurement contracts and work with the U.S. military. In business for over six decades, IAP Worldwide Services now supports over 175,000 personnel at literally dozens of military installations in the continental U.S. and the Middle East too.

Learn more about IAP Worldwide Services: https://www.linkedin.com/company/iap-worldwide-services