Mike Baur is a Swiss entrepreneur and managing partner and co-founder of business incubator Swiss Startup Factory. He started the company with Oliver Walzer and Max Meister. The company which was founded in 2014 provides mentoring, financing, office space and a wide range of other services to early stage startups. Plus they provide them with access to a vast investor and entrepreneurial network which offers them the opportunity to grow their business. The basis of the Swiss Startup Factory is a three month program during which the startups are placed in a collaborative work environment and provided with expert input sessions, mentoring sessions and expert pitch training.
Two batches of the most talented startups are selected to participate in the business accelerators offered by the Swiss Startup Factory each year. One group is chosen in January and the other in September. The startups selected are given the support they need to learn the skills necessary to build their company and reach ambitious milestones set forth by SSUF team. The team helps the startup to become a legal entity and carve out a lucrative niche. Each startup that completes the program is provided with 5-months of post-accelerator support to help them improve their product and expand their network. Swiss Startup Factory is now Switzerland’s number one rated business incubator and accelerator.
A graduate of the University of Applied Science Bern, Universität Bern and the University of Rochester, Mike Baur has a Bachelor’s degree in Banking and Finance, an M.B.A. and an Executive Master of Business Administration. He also has more than 20 years experience working in banking. He’s worked with Clariden Leu, Sallfort Privatbank AG, UBS Fribourg, UBS Wealth Management and several other financial institutions. This left him highly skilled and very knowledgeable of private banking, asset management, portfolio management, wealth management, investment banking, investment strategy and equities.
Baur then left banking and became involved in helping fledgling companies find their way. Since then he co-founded Swiss Startup Factory, become founder and managing partner of Think Reloaded AG, and CTI Invest’s deputy managing director. Baur has also led SSF through collaborations with Goldback Group and Fintech Fusion. He’s also co-founder and director of Swiss Startup Association. In September 2015 Baur became vice president of Innovation Lab Fribourg, a company helping student entrepreneurs to take new technologies into the marketplace. In 2016 Mike Baur was voted one of the Swiss Movers and Shakers.
Seattle Genetics is in the limelight once again for coming out with a groundbreaking cancer drug and a visit from the VP Joe Biden. The drug company is shining a new hope for lymphoma patients and aiming to expand the scope of their drug’s medical capabilities.
According to the company’s CEO, Clay Siegall, Adcetris is undergoing advanced clinical trials for about 70 different lymphoma strains. The cancer research center is adding Adcetris to a cocktail of drugs that they hope will be the answer for the new lymphoma case, Hodgkin Lymphoma. When these trials work, it will be a major break for the company, and of course a brilliant addition to Seigall’s already shining resume.
Adcetris has already raked Seattle Genetics untold profits; a total of $226 million in US and Canada alone. For 2016, sales are projected to range between 225$-275$ in the said countries. Adcetris is grossing globally as well through their partner company Takeda Pharmaceutical, that’s responsible for distribution. That’s not all, Seattle Genetics is already running advanced trials for another drug, 33A, to be used in acute myeloid leukemia treatment. The cancer research center also has two drugs for breast and bladder cancer treatment.
About Clay Siegall
Clay Siegall holds the roles of CEO, President and board chairman at Seattle Genetics. Before this, Mr. Siegall worked with Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical Research Center, the National Cancer Institute, and National Institute of Health in America. In 2014, he joined the leadership board of Ultragenyx and later on a board director at Mirna Therapeutics and Alder Bio-Pharmaceuticals. Clay Seagall holds a degree in Zoology from the University of Maryland and later attained his Ph.D. in Genetics at George Washington University.
Clay Siegall co-founded Seattle Genetics and has worked with the company for over 19 years. In this time, he has received a number of recognitions like getting Adcetris approved by the FDA and putting Seattle Genetics on the map as a top cancer research center.
Dr. Walden knows how to make plastic surgery for women because she does not have to do the biggest procedures on every patient. She is very moderated in what she does, and she wants to make sure that all her patients feel like they have better options than just a basic surgery. She invites everyone to come into her office to see what is possible, and then Jennifer Walden wants to talk to all her patients about what she thinks they can do to make their bodies look better. Every woman already has a good idea of what she wants to look like, and now a consultation will solidify that plan.
The plan that Dr. Walden wants to help her patients with might include surgical and non surgical options, and her patients can start scheduling their appointments. The appointments that people keep can be for progressive treatments that are not surgical, or they can come in when they are ready for one surgery. They can recover in the office, and they can come back for all their checkups to make sure they are progress that will be good for them. The patient has to heal correctly, and that is why they need to keep coming back to see Dr. Walden.
Dr. Jennifer Walden is one of the best in her industry, she is now back in Texas where her family lives. She has chosen to make changes to the way that she approaches patient by being back in a more family friendly environment, and she wants to be sure that she can serve as many people as possible in Austin. Her plans to make her plastic surgery office a higher profile will benefit everyone in Texas who needs more help. Every woman who comes to her office will have a chance to find her inner diva.
If you can prove that you did nothing to cause a negative review, then you can go to court and get that negative review removed if a judge orders it. A man named Richart Ruddie has been taking advantage of this fact, according to a news report originally published on Boing Boing.
For a fee of $6,000, Mr. Ruddie claims that he can have any negative reviews removed from any site. He simply takes the person who wrote the negative review to court and gets a judge to say that the information is defamatory to his client. In most cases, the judge sees it as a waste of valuable court time and gives Mr. Ruddie his judgement. Once Mr. Ruddie has the slip of paper, he then takes it to either the company hosting the site of the negative review or Google demanding that the information be removed.
In some cases as reported on onlinereputationreviews.com, Mr. Ruddie appears to be making up fictitious characters which usually makes the case easier for the judge to decide. If the judge decides not to agree with Mr. Ruddie, then he simply withdraws the case and files it in a neighboring county.
There have been at least 25 cases filed since Mr. Ruddie began the process in November 2015. Lawyers with the UCLA and Public Citizen say that many of the words used in the court filings are simply cut and pasted from one filing to the next. Many times the person who has paid money to Mr. Ruddie does not even know that the court case have been filed. Apparently, he may be very good at forging signatures.
Now, if it seems like $6,000 paid to have a negative review removed seems like a lot of money, some doctors and dentists say that having even one negative review costs them more than that fee in the long run. First, they may lose patients who read the negative review. Many say, however, that the most detrimental effect comes when its time to pay their malpractice insurance. It seems that insurance companies are reading the reviews and raising some practioners rates.
IAP Worldwide Services began operations during the Gulf War. They were based out of Irmo, South Carolina and served US troops. As time went on, the company continued to grow, and they diversified their services. IAP Worldwide assists people that reside in disaster ravaged areas within the United States. One aspect of disaster recovery on glassdoor.com that they are particularly experienced with is getting the power turned back on. The company is also well known for their high tech utilization of computers and aviation.
Employment With IAP Worldwide:
Given the wide range of services that are provided by IAP Worldwide, there is a broad range of different job openings from the company. A couple thousand people currently are employed with IAP Worldwide, and it is expected that this number will grow in the future. The job openings on clearancejobs.com can be found throughout the world. There are many jobs that are offered in many areas of the United States, but there also are jobs that are offered in 25 nations.
IAP Worldwide is an equal opportunity employer. This means that minorities and women are given equal job opportunities. They also provide equal job opportunities to those that are suffering from disabilities. They also are known for their high quality benefits and competitive pay.
If you are interested in searching for a job with IAP Worldwide, it is very easy to look. Their website provides a listing of jobs with the company, and you can apply to a job that you are interested in. If you have any questions regarding job listings that are offered by IAP Worldwide Services, the company provides contact information right their website in the form of telephone and email contact. You can also contact them using the contact form listed on their website. They are known for their quick response time to inquiries.
If you are currently part of the military, it is possible to arrange to get a job with IAP Worldwide after you finish your term of service on LinkedIn. In addition to being able to seek out employment with IAP Worldwide online, it is also possible for veterans to seek out positions with IAP Worldwide at many military career fairs.
Norka was born to be a star. She was on February 7 in Caracas, Venezuela. She knew she wanted to be a star from a young age. She was guided into her career by renowned Latino producer Emilio Estefan. It was long after she was starting to look more like a star. A few years later in 2011, she premiered her first single, “As You Do”. A song composed by the Venezuelan Archie Pena. That song got her a nomination for “Female Pop Artist of the Year”.
A year later, Norka unveiled her second single “Miracle”. The title of that song would later become the name of her first album. The song too was composed by Archie Pena and was produced in several styles. Most of which were arranged by renowned master Cucco Pena, who really laid down talent in the salsa version. That version of the song became #1 on the Venezuelan charts for 14 weeks. He also helped with the English dance version, remixed by DJ Ralphi Rosario. That song topped out at #11 on the Billboard Dance Club. Later there was an urban remix version where she got to collaborate with Dominican El Cata.
Norka Martinez Luque is an air of positive energy that motivates her fans to chase after their dreams. Her life’s story is full of inspiration where she defies the word “impossible”. As tough as the music industry may be at times, her sweet personality never lets her forget why she fell in love with music all those years ago. She is completely determined to see her goal accomplished: to bring a positive message of hope with her music. A trait she inherited from her parents, who have given her unconditional support since she was a child. They’ve been there since she was taking voice practicing classes, learning piano, ballet, and flamenco, all while maintaining her academic education.
She never gave up on her academic education, studying Business Administration in France. She would go on to earn degrees in Culinary Arts and Marketing and Fashion. It was while living in France that she first got the opportunity to join a professional band. She eagerly accepted the chance to stay connected to her original dream of becoming a professional singer. Much of her success is due to her conviction and belief that she can make the world a better place.