Business School Speaker Series Kicks Off Friday

Series starts Friday with Drew Jorgenson, founder and CEO of OmniPlatform, a technology company with offices in Los Angeles and Riverside.

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RIVERSIDE, Calif. (www.ucr.edu) — UC Riverside’s School of Business Administration kicks off its Dean’s Speakers Series with a talk Friday by Drew Jorgenson, founder and CEO of OmniPlatform, a technology company with offices in Los Angeles and Riverside.

Jorgenson will speak at 10:30 a.m. at the auditorium in the Genomics Building at UC Riverside. The talk is free and open to the public.

Founded in 1999 in Los Angeles, OmniPlatform has experienced tremendous growth and recently expanded to Riverside. Since the expansion, Jorgenson has become a member of the Riverside Technology CEO Forum and serves on the SmartRiverside Board of Directors.

OmniPlatform creates strategic partnerships with clients that recognize the need to adapt to evolving business demands but are not necessarily in business to develop scalable technology platforms. OmniPlatform effectively becomes the IT back-end for customer focused organizations to provide scalable technology and support solutions.

The second installment of the series will be at 10:30 a.m. Nov. 9, also in the auditorium of the Genomics Building. Mark and Pam Rubin of Regional Properties Inc. will be the speakers.

They have been in the building industry almost 60 years. Their most recent project is Citrus Tower in downtown Riverside. Pam Rubin is also immediate past chair of the UCR Foundation. The Rubins are generous supporters of the UC Riverside School of Medicine and have helped lead efforts to endow a chair in Jewish Studies.

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