Mike Baur Leads the Swiss Startup Company into the Future

The country of Switzerland has long been known for producing the finest of wristwatches and having a secure banking system. Now the Swiss have a new innovative company, The Swiss Startup Factory (SSUF), founded in 2014; it is the brainchild of Mike Baur, who had a professional history of success within the private banking system in Zurich, Switzerland. Baur and the SSUF offer a special accelerator program for young digital entrepreneurs. The program connects these young innovators and entrepreneurs with the necessary financial backing and advice needed by all business developers. Coaching, mentoring, financial advice, and even the use of office space is provided for persons who join this special three-month program. There will be an opportunities to join the next program by visiting the SSUF website: swissstartupfactory.com
In a recent news release, it was announced that Jean-Pierre Vuilleumier has been appointed Managing Partner of the Swiss Startup Company. This alliance provides new sources of funding for the various innovators developing their products or services through the help of the SSUF. Previously, Vuilleumier was the Managing Director of CTI Invest. His appointment will propel SSUF further toward its goal of providing support and mentoring services and the full range of financial investing and start-up capital not usually available for young innovators. Now success can be achieved and shared with everyone in the SSUF enterprise. It is a win-win situation benefitting all parties from the innovator to the financier and even the staff at the offices of SSUF in Zurich.
The world is going through an epic change. We are moving away from producing physical objects to producing services. A new cell phone application can reap tremendous rewards. Look at the companies that are the new models of efficiency; Apple, Google, Facebook, and now SSUF, these are not modeled after General Electric, Ford, or U.S. Steel. They represent the new business of For some, these changes are frightening for others exciting, but this new evolution is oriented toward the young in our economy. As factories close down, and production of things tangible go to other countries, workers who used to fill those jobs must now be relegated to minimum wage jobs in the food and service industries. With these realities in place, the minimum wage will soon be raised in America.

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