Business Video Roundup: How to Be More Consumer-Centric, Drive Innovation & More
In this week’s business video roundup, Gary Vaynerchuk reveals how to become more blindly consumer-centric, CEOs from various industries talk about how talent steers innovation, and Warby Parker’s Neil Blumenthal discusses navigating the pandemic, driving innovation, and cultivating an entrepreneurial mindset. Plus, Nicole Walters sits down with two small business owners to talk about finding the right people to power your business and how to keep your teams connected and on the same page no matter what.
GaryVee: How to Become More Blindly Consumer-Centric
From a Q&A at the Web Creators 2021 virtual conference, Gary Vaynerchuk talks about the importance of learning to be more consumer-centric, standing up for the customer, and being more open-minded when it comes to meeting your client’s needs. He also gives advice about finding your first client, recruiting team members, and competing with bigger companies.
Business Insider: CEOs Share What’s Next and How Talent Drives Transformation
In this virtual roundtable from Business Insider, CEOs from companies in various industries (including advertising, media, finance, transportation, and retail) discuss the hybrid future of work and how talent drives transformation in business. It clocks in at nearly two hours, so grab your favorite beverage and maybe some snacks before settling in with this one.
Warby Parker’s Neil Blumenthal on Driving Innovation Within a Multi-Billion Dollar Startup
Forbes Executive VP Moira Forbes sits down for a 36-minute virtual talk with Warby Parker’s Neil Blumenthal about business, growth, and driving innovation. The co-founder of the popular glasses retailer discusses how he instilled an ethos for innovation into the company culture, how they navigated the pandemic, and how anyone can start cultivating an entrepreneurial mindset.
Entrepreneur: Finding the Right People to Power Your Small Business
Nicole Walters of Inherit Learning Company has a quick talk with Jonathan Morris, founder of Fort Worth Barber Shop in the heart of Fort Worth, Texas, about how to find strong employees to help build your business.
Entrepreneur: How to Keep Your Teams Connected
Another quickie with Nicole Walters asking Kanarys CEO and Co-Founder Mandy Price about how to best utilize technology to keep your teams connected and on the same page. Great advice delivered succinctly.
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