Business Video Roundup: 2020 Marketing Strategy, Difficult Business Conversations & More

Posted on 22.November.2019 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

Gary Vaynerchuk – 50 Minutes of StrategyIn this week’s business video roundup, Gary Vaynerchuk delivers a 50-minute Q&A that covers topics like negotiating business deals with lowballing clients, how to scale a business with little or no money, selling a company, and strategies for launching a new product. That’s really just the tip of the iceberg. We also have Patrick Bet-David exploring the mindset of a business tycoon, Evan Carmichael interviewing UK-based real estate mogul John Lee, and fashion brand CEO Sarah LeFleur sharing advice for navigating difficult conversations with your team. Plus, investors try to outbid one another in the latest episode of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch.

GaryVee: A Complete 2020 Marketing Strategy That Requires No Budget

Gary Vaynerchuk engages in a 50-minute Q&A session about business strategy in 2020. He tackles a wide range of topics, including influencer marketing, launching a new product, negotiating business deals with lowballing clients, and selling a business.

Patrick Bet-David: The Mind of a Business Tycoon

This quick video answers the question, “What’s the mindset of a successful business tycoon?”

Evan Carmichael & John Lee: The Sooner You Start, the Faster You’ll Succeed

In this 34-minute video, Evan Carmichael interviews the UK-based entrepreneur and real estate mogul John Lee, who offers up some good old-fashioned motivation and business advice that’s applicable to entrepreneurs in just about any field.

Inc.: How to Navigate Difficult Conversations with Your Team

In this four-minute video, Sarah LaFleur (cofounder and CEO of the working women’s fashion brand M.M. LaFleur) shares some tips for navigating difficult conversations with your team.

Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch: “You’ve Had $5 Million in Sales in 9 Months?”

In the latest episode of this weekly pitch show, Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch’s panel of seasoned investors bid against one another for the chance to have a slice of one special business in particular.

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