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Josh Bocanegra

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About

Josh Bocanegra is a world-renowned serial entrepreneur and internet marketer. His work has been featured in Forbes, TIME, TechCrunch, Bloomberg, Popular Science, Futurism, Telemundo, History, I F*cking Love Science, Business Insider, Mashable, WIRED, The New York Post, Yahoo News and many more.

He is the founder and CEO of Humai, a robotics / medical research company building technology to extend, enhance and restore human life. Humai attracted mass media attention a week after launching a landing page. 3 months later, Humai built an ambassador program with over 500 people, received over 200 applications from scientists, researchers and scholars and have been featured on nearly every major media outlet in the world

He is also the founder and CEO of LoveRoom, an experimental dating site that caused a stir in the media for its unconventional dating concept. LoveRoom gained mass media attention two days after launching a landing page. 6 months later, LoveRoom was offered a TV show from 6 major television networks, registered thousands of users from over 100 countries and have been featured in numerous media outlets around the world.

Location : Hollywood, California
Birthplace : Bronx, New York
Age : 26
Ethnicity : Puerto Rican
Education : Proud Dropout
Political : Liberal
Music : Gangsta Rap, R&B
Apps : Evernote, Lyft, Spotify
Devices : All Apple devices
Drink : Coffee, Grape Juice
Food : Steak, Pizza, Lobster

  • Hacker
  • Entrepreneur
  • Marketer

Skills

  • PR 93%
  • Artifical Intellegence 72%
  • HTML5 / CSS 96%
  • Javascript / jQuery 87%
  • PHP / MySQL 93%
  • Wordpress 92%
  • Video Editing 73%
  • Graphic Design 75%
  • Sales 96%
  • Music Production 87%
  • Audio Engineering 83%
  • Social Media Marketing 92%

Blog

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    The Making of a Visionary — A Brief Biography of Josh Bocanegra

    What makes a successful business? Better yet, what makes a successful entrepreneur? Some might say that it requires certain specialties with a diploma to back it up. Others say it requires ambition and dedication. While none of these qualities are to be ignored, a business of the 21st century — and equally an entrepreneur to build said business — requires something more.

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    2 Crucial Lessons I Learned From 10 Years Of Being An Entrepreneur

    I started my first business when I was 16, shortly after dropping out of high school. I wanted to pursue my dream of becoming a hip-hop music producer. It all began with an Internet music business, which allowed musicians to browse through instrumentals I produced to buy and write lyrics to. It didn’t take long for me to discover that, although it may seem fairly simple in the beginning, starting an online business was going to take much more effort than I thought.

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    6 Characteristics Of Entrepreneurs All People Could Benefit From

    Throughout my journey, I’ve discovered things about myself I suspect most people don’t learn until they’re much older. By the time I was 18, I already understood my strengths and weakness, my goals for the next five years and a vision for how to make the world a better place.

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    The Secret Code To Success: 5 Reasons To Learn To Code ASAP

    Technology runs almost every aspect of our lives (if not all) in one form or another. We use technology to find love, learn, connect with friends, share and create. Some of us even make a living by leveraging or building technology. As any Millennial would know, most of the technology we use today is software in our smartphones and/or computers.

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