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Matthew Lotze from San Diego is a successful business management and law advisor. Matthew Lotze has established, handled, and organized seven different companies that include Real Estate Developers, Inc., Real Outlets Stores, LLC, LiquidationsRus, Inc., Cheezy Pizza Company, Inc., Nations Best Franchise, Inc., American Marketing Company, Inc., and American Fundraisers, Inc. . Apart from this, he has supervised a team of 4 senior managers with over 350 employees. On the other hand, Matthew Lotze established a chain of retail stores that generated $25 million annual sales. He owned and administrated a chain of six pizza restaurants.

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Matthew Lotze is a successful San Diego based business management and law advisor. In his profession, he has advised over 40 corporations on business structuring and management; and also for legal matters. His key specializations include management of employees, corporate streamlining, corporate organization, legal audits, business start up, risk management, franchising, legal auditing to analyze loss exposure in a company’s infrastructure, contract negotiations, and loss mitigation. He also worked at a reputed law firm.

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He has established, handled, and organized seven different companies that include Real Estate Developers, Inc., Real Outlets Stores, LLC, LiquidationsRus, Inc., Cheezy Pizza Company, Inc., Nations Best Franchise, Inc., American Marketing Company, Inc., and American Fundraisers, Inc. Working as a CEO, he possesses practical, concrete, and working knowledge of each company. Apart from this, he has supervised a team of 4 senior managers with over 350 employees. He has an exceptional skills set when it comes to handling Human Resources, legal systems, operational issues, compliance and start up issues. On the other hand, Matthew Lotze established a chain of retail stores that generated $25 million annual sales. He owned and administrated a chain of six pizza restaurants.

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Matthew Lotze developed a nontraditional MBA internship program in 1998, which placed around 30 MBA students every year from 15 different universities on a 3 months long replacement period. He has created new programs that involve 20 to 30 managers and trainers. Besides this, he has trained individuals from numerous renowned universities in this program. He has prepared the structure of the program and also taught selling skills, retail markets, and technical business modules.

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Matthew Lotze understands his responsibilities as a philanthropist, and has made his contribution to several organizations, such as Soroptimist International, Special Olympics, Old Miners Association of Big Bear Lake, Big Bear Youth Soccer League, California State Parks, Habitat for Humanity, Girl Scouts and Boys Scouts of America, San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department, etc. On the personal front, he likes to play tennis, and also known as a fantastic dancer.

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Thank You

Matthew Lotze