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Event Recap | July 2015

How to Start a Business - Young Bruin Alumni Panel

During the second week of July, the VC Fund was privileged to co-sponsor and host an entrepreneurship panel with the UCLA Young Alumni Professionals. And it was packed! The event, which drew a standing-room only crowd of 130 attendees to the James West Alumni Center, featured four young bruin entrepreneurs from the tech, education, and solar industries. Panelists addressed topics ranging from how they got their start and grew a business to the ways they've used their UCLA network to succeedboth before and after graduation.
"UCLA is #5 in the world for producing entrepreneurs."
— Michael Silton, Executive Chair of UCLA VC Fund.
From left to right:
John Milinovich ('09), Co-Founder & CEO of URX – a search engine for mobile apps. 
Milinovich received his bachelors degrees in accounting and architectural studies.
Harold Tan ('04), Founder & CEO of SunJack –  portable solar power devices.
Tan pursued degrees in cognitive science and mathematics, and received a certificate from the Anderson School of Management's MDE program (2006).
Tatiana Hughes ('12), Founder & CEO of Jagger – a mobile lifestyle and activity app. Hughes studied business administration and entrepreneuship while attending UCLA, and is currently a VC Fund member.
Eric Horwitz ('07), Founder & CEO of Lift Enrichment – after-school classes for kids. 
Horwitz double majored in English literature and Italian language. He was involved in Unicamp and studied abroad in Italy during his time at UCLA.
Special thanks to all those who helped make this event a fun and informative session.
Go Bruins!
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