USA Memory Championship Announces New Corporate Memory Training Program


Michael Dottino, CFO of the USA Memory Championship has been named CEO of Brain in the Box Group, Inc., offering memory enhancing training programs to corporate managers.

 

Orlando, Florida: This is an exciting time for American memory training and recognition. Not only is The USA Memory Championship celebrating its 20th anniversary by announcing a new partnership with MIT McGovern Institute for Brain Research, but it is also launching a new corporate initiative under the leadership of Michael Dottino, CFO, USA Memory Championship. Brain in the Box Group will offer corporate memory training through speaking, boot camps, as well as online courses.

“Brain in the Box Group, Inc. is dedicated to building powerful competitive skills in the 21st-century workplace,” says Dottino. “Neuroscience, especially, the neuroscience of cognitive skills such as memory and recall, has been shown to have the ability to make a significant difference in performance. It improves focus, attention, flexibility, reaction time, and decision-making – all vital to today’s highly competitive organizations requiring high performance in a climate of rapid change.”

About the USA Memory Championship MIT Event: USA Memory Championship and MIT McGovern Institute for Brain Research are joining forces for the first time to present both the final competition for the 2018 USA Memory Champion and a conference of top neuroscientists and mental athletes on July 14, 2018, at 1 pm EST at the Kresge Auditorium, MIT. The USA Memory Championship is a tournament of memory challenges, founded by Tony Dottino. The USAMC has been televised by HDTV and the Discovery Network. It has appeared in the New York Times, LA Times, Washington Post, and USA Today.

 About the Brain in the Box Group: Brain in the Box Group, Inc. is now accepting inquiries from corporate leaders and trainers. Please visit www.BrainInTheBoxGroup.com for more information or call 407-579-6591 to speak with Michael Dottino, personally.