Business Video Roundup: Hiring the Right Team, Reflecting on 2021 & More
In this week’s business video roundup, Gary Vaynerchuk asks execs from Tinder, Kroger, and 7-Eleven about their biggest challenges and victories in 2021; the recent Forbes 30 Under 30 honorees give candid advice on how to hire the right team; and CNBC explores where off-price clothing retailers like T.J. Maxx get their inventory and how their supply chains have evolved over the years. Plus, the latest episode of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch answers the question of whether it’s wise to bring a baby to a pitch meeting, while Inc. takes a look at how digital nomad Kevin Unkrich runs four tech startups from one backpack.
GaryVee: Marketing for the Now Episode 30 with Gary Vaynerchuk
The question posed to several business heavyweights in the latest episode of Marketing for the Now is, “What were your biggest challenges and victories in 2021?” Chiming in are George Felix (CMO, Tinder), Bill Pullman (CCO, VaynerMedia), Marissa Jarratt (SVP and CMO, 7-Eleven), Anisha Raghavan (CMO, No7 Beauty Company), and Mandy Rassi (VP, President of Marketing, Kroger). Some fascinating insights and advice in this hour-long live show from December 16.
Forbes 30 Under 30’s: How to Hire the Right Team
The recent Forbes 30 Under 30 honorees offer some excellent advice on how to hire the right people for your business. Quick tips from Raunak Nirmal (Acquco), Tarek Mansour (Kalshi), Trisha Bantigue (Queenly), Levi Conlow (Lectric), and others.
CNBC: Where Do the Clothes at Stores Like TJ Maxx Come From?
Interesting look into where off-price retailers like Burlington, Marshall’s, and T.J. Maxx get their inventory, how their supply chains have evolved over the years to meet demand, and what changes the future might have in store.
Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch: She Brought a Baby to the Boardroom?
The latest episode of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch features the usual grab-bag of business owners from different backgrounds, but the most interesting is Amy Beckley (Proov), whose appearance on the first season of the show didn’t go so well. Now she’s back with proof of concept—which happens to be two young kids in tow. How will the pitch go this time?
Inc.: How This Tech Founder Runs 4 Companies as a Digital Nomad
A quick peek into the life of tech founder Kevin Unkrich, whose minimalist lifestyle allows him to run four tech startups from one backpack—and from anywhere in the world.
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