The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Startups

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Startups

Startup UCLA,

the FSC-Entrepreneurship Committee, and the Bruin Entrepreneurs

invite you to


The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Startups:

from getting started to what it takes to make it big and everything in between

presented by George R. Garrick, Veteran Tech/Internet CEO

Seminar Room, Public Affairs 4240

Light refreshments at 6 pm

Presentation begins at 6:30 pm

UCLA Students/Faculty/Staff/Alumni/Friends 
FREE to attend—RSVP required

George Garrick has been a serial CEO in Silicon Valley since 1998, successfully leading high-growth startups, turnarounds, corporate pivots and repositionings, and investor exits (1 IPO and 4 exits so far).

Garrick is able to quickly size up a situation, make tough decisions, recruit great people, re-define product direction, and provide whatever support and resources the company needs. He executes and gets results quickly, consistently meets Board and investor objectives, is an excellent mentor for young founder/CEOs, adapts well to new corporate environments, and is excellent in C-level client meetings and as an industry speaker.

Garrick has also been a successful angel investor and/or board member through his involvements with companies including Responsys, Shopzilla/Bizrate, Qik, Market6, Comscore, Adify, Playdom, Suite, and Dynamic Signal.