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[4] and resides in Westwood, California. Alejandro is a member of the Computer Science Honor Society Upsilon Pi Epsilon. During his formative years, Alejandro won 6 Gold Medals in the Bolivian National Math Olympiads. He is fluent in English, Spanish and German.



Alejandro started Flux Ventures in 2015 launching Flux Chargers, a portable chargers brand that produces the Flux Portable Charger. Now their product sells in over 80 countries[5][6] and is ranked #1 in the world for portable chargers by Digital Trends,[7]Yahoo Tech,[8] and others. Alejandro also cofounded Flux.LA, an SEO and digital marketing agency in Los Angeles.[9]

In 2016, Alejandro created Young Slacker Media, a media company that owns several websites such as Future Sharks (which features young entrepreneurs all over the world) and Major Keys (a satire news site). Alejandro, under Young Slacker Media, also created the Snapchat account @youngslacker which receives over 100,000 views per snap.


Lastly, Alejandro invented the savage sales tactic, and is an active proponent of the baus movement, which he insists to capitalize as BAUS for added emphasis.



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