Business Video Roundup: Marketing Fundamentals, Motivation Tips & More

Posted on 25.October.2019 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

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In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, Brian Tracy offers up a few tips for getting motivated quickly, Evan Carmichael and Genius Network’s Joe Polish talk about the fundamentals of marketing, and Rebecca Minkoff gives advice about growing a company without the luxury of VC funding. Plus, CNBC explores why Starbucks failed in South Africa (good lessons within about knowing your market) and Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch returns with an enlightening new episode.

Brian Tracy: Morning Motivation – Get Motivated in 60 Seconds

Need to get motivated quickly? Watch this six-minute video from Brian Tracy.

Evan Carmichael & Joe Polish: The Fundamentals of Marketing

In this 87-minute video, Evan Carmichael talks with Joe Polish, the founder of Genius Network, which aims to bring together industry transformers and leaders to help business owners gain relevant information and strategies to grow their businesses. Polish shares his unique marketing expertise that has helped everyone from small family-owned businesses to large corporations.

Inc.: Rebecca Minkoff’s Best Advice for Growing a Company Without VC Funding

In this four-minute video, Rebecca Minkoff, co-founder of the global fashion brand of the same name, shares her thoughts about growing a business without venture capital funding.

Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch: You’re Going to Destroy This Entire Opportunity

The latest 22-minute episode of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch gives another round of business owners the opportunity to change it all. It’s like a YouTube-exclusive version of Shark Tank.

CNBC: Why Starbucks Is Struggling in South Africa

The story of Starbuck’s failure in South Africa contains important lessons about knowing your market and pricing your products accordingly. CNBC explores why Starbucks failed and how they plan to get things back on track in the South African market.

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