Alejandro Rioja

Alejandro Rioja (born 1995) is a Bolivian entrepreneur, computer programmer, and investor. He is the co-founder and Chief executive officer of Flux Ventures, LLC.[8]  He's also an angel investor in Everipedia, Snapwire, and BolderBands.


Alejandro pitching <a class="tooltippable" data-mce-href="/fluxchargers/" data-username="fluxchargers" href="/fluxchargers/">Flux Chargers</a> 
Alejandro pitching Flux Chargers 


Alejandro is a fourth year computer science student at UCLA and resides in Westwood, California.  Alejandro is a member of the Computer science Honor Society Upsilon Pi Epsilon.[8]



During the summer of 2015, Alejandro and Miles Anthony founded Flux Chargers in the Startup UCLA summer incubator.[8]  Now their product is ranked #1 in the world for portable chargers by Digital Trends and Yahoo Tech.[5]  Alejandro also cofounded Flux.LA, an award-winning SEO and digital marketing company.[6]


Alejandro created Young Slacker, invented the savage sales tactic, and is an active proponent of the baus movement, which he insists to capitalize as BAUS for added emphasis. [8]


Lastly, Alejandro created Future Sharks, a publication that features young entrepreneurs all over the world. 



Alejandro is best known for his SEO techniques, clever marketing campaigns and coding abilities.  [✔]