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Jennifer Rau and Robert Braathe bring over 30 combined years of experience in hospitality and management with food and beverage and hospitality companies like Disney. Robert and Jenn discuss their offerings including hospitality... more

Meet Deborah Mackin and Matthew Harrington of New Directions Consulting who will be talking to Robert Braathe about their new book Survival of The Hive - 7 Leadership Lessons from a Beehive.

Join Robert Braathe and Braathe Enterprises virtual intern Jasmine He for a discussion of the upcoming Source of Innovation 100 Businesses in 100 Days initiative to help startups launch and new ideas come to fruition. For more... more

Tune in to listen to Robert Braathe, Teacher and Trainer of Businesses and Entrepreneurs, and Braathe Enterprises Virtual Intern Jasmine He discuss growth strategies for business

Join Jasmine He, Virtual Intern at Braathe Enterprises, and Robert Braathe, Founder of Braathe Enterprises for a 30 minute discussion of finance topics and virtual internships. Today's topics: 1. Having a business plan - What does it... more

Learn some skills on how to network, and what to avoid when networking. Robert Braathe, President of The Consulting Alliance and founder and president of Braathe Enterprises will share some of his tips and tricks and what to avoid... more

Learn tips about how to be a successful virtual intern from Braathe Enterprises Virtual Internship Program founder Robert Braathe

Robert Braathe of Braathe Enterprises will share some of his best practices in time management, or what he calls "time compression"

Put the social back into your social media! Learn some tips on how to do a better job networking and connecting with others using social media

Listen in as Robert Braathe of Braathe Enterprises is interviewed by one of his virutal interns, Min Shan Lin of USC.

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