Mix & Mingle at WOKCANO

Thank you everyone for attending the Schmoozd Startup Mix & Mingle event on October 25th at the WOKCANO in Santa Monica. We appreciate you taking the time to participate in this event, and hope that the network setting provided was valuable.

We’d like to thank our sponsor, GUMIYO, StartEngine, NDMS, Loyola Marymount University (LMU), Neohire, and BlueSEO for making this event possible. And a special thanks to LMU professor, Dr. David Y. Choi for gathering the students to volunteer.

On behalf of the Schmoozd Team, we are proud of all that we accomplished this year, and we look forward to another great year ahead.  For more photos, head on over HERE.

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