CEO and co-founder of "Liquid" and CEO World Mobile Capital (2012-2017)
Mathematician, engineer and doctorate in computational fluid mechanics, he began his career in the field of research in the "International Center for numerical methods in engineering" (CIMNE) of the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC), a task he carried out between the years 2000 and 2004. During this period, he also started the "spin off Compass" Engineering and System, where I developed high performance software for the numerical simulation applied to engineering until 2006.
Between 2006 he joined as a senior associate at "The Node Company", an innovation services company. Between 2008 and 2010, Valls worked in "LOOP Consultancy" as director of the Dubai office and business development management for the entire region of North Africa and the Middle East.
In July 2010, Aleix Valls went on to act as manager for the consultancy Accenture, where he led strategic consulting projects in different sectors. In December 2015, Aleix Valls held the position of general director of the Mobile World Capital Barcelona (MWCB), an initiative with which he was since its creation in 2012 until July 2017.
During his time at the MWCB, he highlighted the launch and consolidation of the 4YFN, a global digital innovation platform with more than 50,000 members and the investment fund "seed" and acceleration programs "mVenturesBcn" with more than 40 investments made.He is currently CEO and co-founder of the consultancy firm "Liquid" and senior advisor for digital business and digital transformation for companies such as "Zurich", "Colonial" and "World Economic Forum".
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