Q: How did Br3athe get its name?
A: The name Br3athe. came from an experience the founder had with his friend. Having discovered the eviction notice on his door he realized the predicament his friend had found himself in. Knowing him to be a good person, the founder felt empathetic towards his situation and loaned him the funds.
Within the next few weeks, his friend not only paid back his loan but was also able to get back on his feet. This made the founder realize that all he needed was a second to Br3athe to get back on his feet and that all the Afrocentric community needs is to Br3athe! This in turn gave birth to the name Br3athe.
Q: Who makes Br3athe?
A: It is the people who make Br3athe! They are literally the blood that courses through the veins of this network. If it was not for the people, Br3athe would just be another grand idea looking to bring support to people of the African diaspora.
Q: What is it like to work at Br3athe?
A: To work at Br3athe is a blessing! To be able to impacts the lives of our brothers and sisters in a positive way is amazing. Whether it is marketing one of the vendors, or talking about the amazing talent in our Studio or bringing attention to the projects in need of assistance in the Village. Each facet of Br3athe speaks to a need that we have been lacking in our society. To work with an organization that actively looks to undertake these issues feels historic!
Q: How does Br3athe look to make a difference?
A: By providing an audience for our vendors, artists and non-profit organizations, we look to increase their sales and brand popularity! Through different avenues of social marketing as well as face to face marketing, we will attract new customers for our vendors, artists and organizations. By also working with entrepreneurial developers, we look at inexpensive ways to help develop the vendors within Br3athe. Simultaneously, we will provide supplemental funding for the vendors, artists and non-profit organizations, for free!
Q: What does Br3athe do with the money?
A: Br3athe believes in the ancient practice of group economics, in the tradition of uniting towards a common goal, realizing that you have more to gain from a small piece of a big pie then a big piece of a small pie. With that being said, we reinvest the subscription money, final purchases as well as any other one time donations back into each facet of Br3athe to help build the vendors, artists and non-profit organizations.
Q: How can I join the Br3athe?
A: To become a subscriber of the Br3athe, click Join, enter your email, select your level and join our engine!