Libby Fischer, CEO at Whetstone Education, an instructional coaching software platform that schools use to help teachers grow and improve joins Enterprise Radio.
The construction industry is a vast and fast growing sector in the Netherlands. According to the Market Monitor Construction Netherlands 2019 report, about 174,000 new construction companies were registered in the Netherlands area by the end of 2018.
Being in a business school is a great opportunity. You’ve only got one shot to be successful, well, unless you’re willing to spend another four years and part with extra thousands to cater for the tuition fees.
Ben Currier, the President & Founder of ExcelExposure.com, a self-paced online video training program for Microsoft Excel which strives to make learning Excel easy and fun joins Enterprise Radio.
For a lot of people, going back to school in order to pursue a higher degree is a dream. Earning a master’s degree in a specific field is a goal worth pursuing indeed.
It is utterly important to expose students to the tools which they would need later in scaling through situations by ensuring that they travel to the necessary places and in turn, gather unprecedented information to be more prepared for years to come.
Gemma Toner, Founder and CEO of TONE Networks, an expert-driven online micro-learning platform designed for women who want to grow professionally and personally joins Enterprise Radio.
The CLEP examination is one of the best ways to get through college fast and you can earn college credits without actually going to college.
Nick Freud and Rob Carroll, Co-founders of CampusReel, a video and VR platform that leverages student-generated video content to allow any college applicant in the world to tour college campuses of interest joins Enterprise Radio.
Laura Mohr, Vice President and Rail and Transit Group Director for HNTB Corporation, based in the Los Angeles office with more than 25 years of industry experience joins Enterprise Radio.
Floy Berrian and Ellia Jang, two esteemed educators and entrepreneurs who each own and manage one of over 50 Kumon Centers across Boston and New England join Enterprise Radio.