Business Video Roundup: Make More Sales, Watch Out for New Taxes & Other Business Insights

Posted on 20.November.2020 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

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In this week’s business video roundup, StockX CMO Deena Bahri tells Gary Vaynerchuk how her company managed to score record sales during a pandemic, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti talks about life and leadership in a Stanford GSB View from the Top talk, and Steve Forbes advises business owners to watch out for two new taxes. Plus, the cofounders of Vineyard Vines share entrepreneurial lessons and insights, while two healthcare founders share their thoughts on the state of the industry and offer up their best advice for new entrepreneurs.

GaryVee: The StockX Insight That Can Help Your Business Make More Sales

In this 15-minute video, Gary Vaynerchuk talks with the Chief Marketing Officer at StockX, Deena Bahri, who managed to score record sales even in the midst of a pandemic. The key? Knowing how to effectively capitalize on cultural trends and nostalgia.

Stanford GSB: Eric Garcetti, Mayor of Los Angeles

“Always innovate, accelerate, and collaborate—and always elevate other people’s voices,” advises Eric Garcetti, Mayor of Los Angeles, in this View from the Top talk from Stanford GSB. Over the course of 36 minutes, he discusses his life, leadership, and a variety of other topics. He even shares a few terrific time management tips.

Forbes: New Taxes Your Business Should Be Aware Of

Steve Forbes talks about two new taxes that business owners should watch out for.

Forbes: Entrepreneurial Lessons with Vineyard Cofounders

The story of Vineyard Vines is an interesting one. In this nine-minute interview, cofounders Shep and Ian Murray share crucial insights about risk, reward, brand values, and growing a company even in a world of uncertainty.

Inc.: 2 Healthcare Founders Share Their Best Advice for New Entrepreneurs

In this six-minute video, two healthcare founders—Toyin Ajayi of Cityblock Health and Iman Abuzeid of Incredible Health—talk about the current outlook for their industry and offer up some excellent advice for new entrepreneurs.

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