Dr. Liu with President Ramos of the Philippines
and the Mayor of South San Francisco



Developing Entrepreneurship

in Silicon Valley

in Kazakhstan

in Kyrgyzstan

in Japan

in the Philippines


Dr. Alex Liu is a well-known expert of researching and developing entrepreneurship. Dr. Liu has delivered training and consultation in more than 10 countries including France, Sweden, Japan, Canada,  Singapore, Sri Lanka, Hong Kong,  Poland, Kenya, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. 

Dr. Alex Liu started his entrepreneur career from consulting for a venture capital firm NED in 1993. Then, besides involved in starting a few companies such as GEC, he founded CATE to organize high profile entrepreneurship development programs with speakers such as president Ramos of the Philippines and Yahoo's co-founder Jerry Yang. After that, Dr. Liu served as a director to the well known TEN that incubated eBay, and then served as a senior consultant to the UCSD Beyster Institution. From 2005 to 2006, he directed the founding of an entrepreneurship center KACEBI in Uralk of Kazakhstan and an entrepreneurship center KACES in Osh of Kyrgyzstan. Most recently, he served as a research advisor to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor and directed its GEM Kazakhstan survey. Based on his research and practice, Dr. Liu has recently reached a conclusion that it takes 4Capital for any entrepreneurial team to be successful.

In the past, Dr. Liu worked as a research fellow at the Asia/Pacific Research Center in Stanford University, taught for the Marshall School of Business in the University of Southern California and the Paul Merage School of Business in the University of California at Irvine. Alex has a Ph.D. and a M.S. from Stanford University, in addition to a M.A. from Peking University and a B.S. from the Northwestern Polytechnical University of China. 


Dr. Liu with staff members and trainers
of the Kyrgyzstan American Entrepreneurship Center


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