Business Video Roundup: Family Support, Supply Chain Industry & More
In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and small-business owners, Patrick Bet-David talks about why having your family’s support is not essential to your success, Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch explores the fields of coffee and fashion, and Inc. explains why it’s sometimes more beneficial to go it alone rather than to take money from investors. Plus, two videos from Forbes and CNBC explore different facets of the rapidly changing supply chain industry, which could have big ramifications for companies across the country and across the globe.
Patrick Bet-David: Family Support as an Entrepreneur
Trying to get your business off the ground but frustrated because your family isn’t being supportive? Patrick Bet-David explains why you shouldn’t expect them to be supportive—and why you can succeed with or without their support.
Drayage: NEXT Trucking Is Solving the Complex Supply Chain Problem
Forbes takes a look at how companies like NEXT Trucking are trying to solve complex supply-chain issues using new technologies. These changes may have a big impact on a wide range of businesses.
CNBC: How Drones Could Change the Shipping Industry
To complement the Forbes video above, this 10-minute story from CNBC explores how drones could disrupt the global supply-chain industry, which could have wide-ranging ramifications.
Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch: “This Stands for Everything I Stand Against”
In the latest episode of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch, the judges hear pitches to invest in competitive fields like coffee and fashion.
Inc.: Why Kodiak Cakes Rejected the Sharks — And Were Better for It
In 2014, the founders of Kodiak Cakes appeared on Shark Tank seeking a $500,000 investment. They didn’t get it, but their business was better for it and took off anyway, proving that sometimes it’s best to go it alone.
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