Gatewood, a panel of judges, and a contestant on the set of the shark-tank-like Final Pitch TV show which airs in the fall on DC-area Fox Channel 5 TV. Gatewood has been selected to host the show which is in its second season.
Robert Gatewood discusses with host ShirleyThomas, what it takes to succeed in business. Gatewood has been heralded for his realistic, down-to-earth approach for putting small and startup businesses on the road to success.
According to Gatewood, “most business owners don’t set out to become the next Mark Zuckerberg or Oprah Winfrey, they are just regular folks who have chosen entrepreneurship as their means of survival.” Gatewood adds, “that reality begs for realistic solutions, not pie-in-the sky, long-shot fantasies.”
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Robert Gatewood, MBA was a featured personality on the television series “Growing Pains” produced by CMBD.
Gatewood Marketing CEO, Robert Gatewood, recently traveled to NC on a mission to help prepare young men for a future that is increasingly technology-based. The event was sponsored by the non-profit, HOLLA, which partnered with the Anson County school system to present the Youth Career Connect (YCC) Motivation and Mentoring Retreat on April 8th. Gatewood broadcast his popular radio show from the event and featured HOLLA founder, Leon Gatewood, as well as two of the program’s participants and one of the teachers.
YCC is a President Obama initiative designed to retool the high school experience for America’s youth, challenging schools to scale up innovative models that personalize teaching and learning – especially in the critically important fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
Gatewood’s next stop is a Web and Social Media workshop in Jackson, MS.