Business Video Roundup: Elevator Pitches, Business Advice from Jeff Bezos, Steve Jobs & More
In this week’s business video roundup, two videos present the rules and principles that led Jeff Bezos and Steve Jobs to great success; CNBC explores why Best Buy failed in the UK while it performed surprisingly well during the U.S.’s Great Recession and the rise of Amazon; and the latest episode of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch gives felons, cancer survivors, and teenage entrepreneurs a chance at investment money that could take their businesses to the next level.
Jeff Bezos’ Top 10 Rules of Success
Evan Carmichael presents the top 10 rules of success for Amazon’s Jeff Bezos. They include “act on your ideas,” “delight your customers,” “be a good leader,” and “never be satisfied.”
Steve Jobs: My 5 Principles for Success
Inc. presents five principles that led Steve Jobs to great success. Do you follow them?
CNBC: Why Best Buy Failed in the UK
Best Buy has survived the Great Recession and the rise of Amazon in the U.S. while many other brick-and-mortar retailers floundered, but it flopped when attempting to break into the UK market. What lessons can we learn from its failure?
Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch: “If We Don’t Know the Product, We Can’t Invest”
The latest episode of Elevator Pitch includes felons, cancer survivors, and teenagers pitching their businesses to Entrepreneur’s investors for the chance at a little monetary injection that could bring new opportunities for even greater success.
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