Mike Baur And His Contribution To The World Of Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship is a broad field and many people have unique ideas that point to the problems the world has been facing for decades. To succeed in business, you have to offer solutions to the problems people are facing. It is a process that requires one to come up with ideas that are able to alleviate the issues the broader market faces. The biggest challenge is in formulating this problem and looking for the right answers to the issue.

 

Successful entrepreneurs like Mike Baur are simplifying the process through which young entrepreneurs go through to have their businesses featured among the most successful. Mike Baur has been working with entrepreneurs from across the world to help those with ideas to design their products better. He runs the Swiss Startup Factory, which he launched in 2014 and has been offering support to professionals whose input to the process has helped to build businesses. The Swiss Startup Factory offers an incubation program that is managed through a three months session, where the entrepreneurs are allowed to understand about running a new business in the highly competitive and complex market.

 

Coaching

Before getting into the market to experience the challenges present, entrepreneurs need coaching that exposes them to unique ways of dealing with challenges. Through this coaching, they are taught about running the business despite challenges. They are also exposed to ideas that help them while reading the progress of the industry and in the process they can come up with more plans for expansion. This coaching is handed to professionals who are highly experienced and skilled on matters startups and business. To enhance quality through the coaching process, the Swiss Startup Factory has partnered with several leading universities in the country.

 

Marketing/IT support

Marketing is a vital process that exposes the business to the world. On the other hand, IT ensures the business is modern and conforms with modern trends in development that allow it to proceed seamlessly. All these support services are handled by experienced professionals at the Swiss Startup Factory.

 

More about Mike Baur

Mike Baur is an acclaimed entrepreneur and a professional whose support and ideas have led to the development of intelligent businesses. He runs the Swiss Startup Factory, which is founded in 2014 after exiting banking. His educational profile highlights an MBA that he acquired from the University of Rochester and an Executive MBA from the University of Bern.

Closing the Door and Moving Forward

Leaving a relationship can be extremely difficult. The transition is extremely awkward whether its business or personal. Things get really tricky in the case of business. There are legalities and financial responsibilities that need tending to. The transition of Atlanta Hawks ownership was no different. There was a dispute between the former ownership group and the insurance company that covered the team. The controlling partner at the time was Bruce Levenson. Levenson headed up the ownership group known as Atlanta Hawks Basketball and Entertainment LLC. It would eventually sell to a new team led by Tony Ressler.

Bruce Levenson claims that the insurance company AIG did not live up to its responsibilities in the case against former team general manager Danny Ferry. He claimed breach of contract and filed the document with the superior court of Fulton County on September 13th. The suit accuses AIG of never acknowledging that the policy was triggered. The case involving Ferry included legal expenses that were supposed to be covered in the insurance policy. The Atlanta Hawks reached a settlement with Danny Ferry on June 22nd 2015. They agreed to a buyout of 6 year 18 million dollar contract.

The lawsuit asserts that AIG never participated in the dispute between the former general manager and AHBE. Danny Ferry accused the ownership group of wrongful termination. The ownership group was supposed to be covered during the trial period for legal expenses.

Atlanta Hawks eventually sold for a price far less than AHBE was expecting. However, they did make a profit on their original investment. According to Time.com, Tony Ressler and his new ownership group were not implicated in any of the charges related to the lawsuit. The team has been able to move forward without further controversy.

AIG has continued to remain silent about anything involving there case with the Atlanta Hawks.

More on Bruce Levenson’s latest philanthropic endeavors can be seen on PR Newswire.