Business Video Roundup: How Human Behavior Impacts Business Strategy, the Economy & More

Posted on 27.November.2020 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

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In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, Gary Vaynerchuk talks with Samsung marketing exec Grace Dolan about how human behavior has influenced their business strategy moving forward, Mark Cuban gives his thoughts on the economy as we head into a new year, and CNBC explores the reasons why Pizza Hut has fallen behind its competitors. Plus, the latest episode of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch has some fun surprises, while Steve Forbes offers up a classic American history lesson about the Pilgrims, free markets and prosperity, and why we give thanks.

GaryVee: How Human Behavior Shifted Samsung’s Business Strategy Around TV

Here’s a 17-minute nugget from a recent episode of Marketing for the Now, in which Gary Vaynerchuk talks shop with Grace Dolan, Samsung’s VP of Integrated Marketing in Home Entertainment. Grace reveals how studying consumer behavior around television since the rise of COVID-19 has impacted Samsung’s business strategy in the TV market.

Inc.: Shark Tank’s Mark Cuban on the Economy Moving Forward

From the Inc. 5000 Vision Conference, serial entrepreneur and Shark Tank star Mark Cuban shares his thoughts on the economy as we head into 2021 (and beyond) in this 40-minute video.

CNBC: Why Pizza Hut Fell Behind in the Pizza Wars

This 15-minute mini-doc from CNBC explores why Pizza Hut, once the biggest and most successful of all pizza chains, has fallen behind its competitors. The video delves into the three areas that Pizza Hut needs to improve upon if it hopes to regain its lost footing in the marketplace.

Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch: “Is Ryan Reynolds One of Our Co-Founders?”

Pick up some pitching tips from the latest episode of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch.

Forbes: Why We Give Thanks (Free Markets Produce Prosperity)

Steve Forbes with a little history lesson about the Pilgrims, free markets, prosperity, and why we give thanks.

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