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Jordan Gutierrez was awarded SFU's student entrepreneur of the year award for his online medical book-selling company, librerialeo.com, which the young Mexican economics student created to serve his country's rural doctors (Stuart Colcleugh/2010 Simon Fraser University - Public Affairs & Media Relations)
Jordan Gutierrez was awarded SFU's student entrepreneur of the year award for his online medical book-selling company, librerialeo.com, which the young Mexican economics student created to serve his country's rural doctors (Stuart Colcleugh/2010 Simon Fraser University - Public Affairs & Media Relations)

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Since 2008, Jordan has owned and operated librerialeo.com.mx, an online company that sells Spanish language medical books to students in Mexico, and around the world.

The full-time Simon Fraser University student was recently recognized by Advancing Canadian Entrepreneurship (ACE) as the 2011 Student Entrepreneur British Columbia Champion.

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In the latest of a series of monthly podcasts with ACE honourees, he spoke with Diane Jermyn about balancing student and working life.

He also participated in a discussion. Click to read a transcript.

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