About Alex Bausch
Seasoned entrepreneur with broad experience in all aspects of international business development and creating global technology companies. Background in the telecom and security industry, with a proven track record in building successful companies and scaling them globally. Firm believer in partner ecosystems which aim to inspire and spawn new innovations. Over the years, Alex built his work based on a believe that centres around the four I’s – Inform, Inspire and Innovate to make Impact!
Managing Partner Sep 2014 -Sep 2018
TuriQ empowers blockchain startups, entrepreneurs, corporations, researchers, investors and funds. We not only help business design, launch and scale their blockchain ventures, but also help investors with the right Token Offering for their portfolios.
We use a hybrid approach to funding by managing the Tokenomics process while at the same time raising capital off-line from investors and/or funds.
Founder Aug 2006 - Aug 2014
VeliQ empowers mobile workers - any place, any time, in a user friendly way. We simultaneously enable partners to deliver their customers an enterprise managed mobility solution that accelerates, integrates and innovates their business.
To accomplish this, our customers and partners use a unique mobile Platform as a Service (mPaaS) solution. MobiDM has been developed to make Mobile Device Management, Mobile Security & Mobile Content & Application Management easier, faster to enroll and without any barrier to entry.
Partner Jan 1997 - Dec 2009
LIFT-OFF specialized in market making for US technology companies in the EMEA region. The company worked with a network of associates in countries across Europe and the Middle East. Among the many clients were companies such as Raytheon, Jabber, SalesForce.com, Punch Telematix and Intranets.com. Activities include building a sales & marketing channel, establishing a European organization, raising funds, and evangelizing new products and anything else that’s necessary to get a new company going. In 2009 Lift-Off was merged with Veliq, the Mobility as a Service company.
CEO Jan 1988 - Aug 1995
CEO at Bausch Datacom, a corporation specialized in PC-Connectivity (modems/isdn) and security solutions and (internet) services. Other companies in the Bausch Group included Infoboard, a online services company and Bausch Manufacturing and Engineering.
Alex grew an excellent idea into a stellar business model to take advantage of the trends in global mobile security including managed services. He led his team to land key enterprise and operator accounts by developing an excellent product and service offering in a very competitive market. Alex's business development and synchronized product development management abilities are among the best in the business. His ability to drive a firm towards revenue and partner with larger firms is also second to none.
— Adam stein
Webster University Leiden
Bachelor of Science (BS) 1989 - 1990
Webster operates as an independent, non-denominational university with multiple branch locations across the United States and Europe. It offers undergraduate and graduate programs in various disciplines, including the liberal arts, fine and performing arts, teacher education, business and management.
University of San Diego
Computer Science, Business, BA 1984 - 1986
The University of San Diego is a Roman Catholic institution committed to advancing academic excellence, expanding liberal and professional knowledge, creating a diverse and inclusive community, and preparing leaders dedicated to ethical conduct and compassionate service.
Activities: Alpha Kappa Psi
Point Loma Nazarene College
Computer Science, Business, BA 1983-1984
Point Loma Nazarene University is a private Christian liberal arts college with its main campus on the Point Loma oceanfront in San Diego, California. It was founded in 1902 as a Bible college by the Church of the Nazarene.