“In February 2013, we started the venture of SBTD, with great vision but little idea on how to grow a business, protect inventions or establish a business plan suitable to investors. We have received tremendous support and advice from BrainCorp and we do not hesitate to recommend this team of seasoned professionals to other businesses in the community”.
Lisa R. Smoak, Founder/CEO
Surveillance Biometric TrackingDevice
Dr. Muriel Joseph-Williams of BrainCorpInc gave an impactful and informative presentation at the Greater Miami of Human Resources Global Forum on Leading HR in the Middle East. I walked away with a sharper understanding and appreciation of global human resources and what it takes to be an effective HR professional when working with different cultures. She delivered a complex topic in a very engaging and practical manner. I would definitely recommend Dr. Joseph-Williams to work with any organization seeking to improve global and cross-cultural effectiveness.
Siuberto Socarrás, M.S., SPHR, Bilingual HR Professional
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