Business Video Roundup: Pandemic Pivots, Quarantine Business Strategies & More
In our latest business video roundup, we hear from more small businesses and entrepreneurs around the country who have shifted gears to lend a helping hand where it’s needed during this crisis. This includes a global fashion brand, a Minneapolis-based manufacturer of custom wood products, a bakery/café in Austin, and a restauranteur in New York City. They tell their stories and offer great advice to fellow small business owners. Plus, Patrick Bet-David reveals seven ways to grow your business during a global crisis and Gary Vaynerchuk discusses eight business strategies you can start under quarantine. That means right now.
GaryVee: 8 Business Strategies You Can Start in Quarantine
In this 65-minute episode of Tea with GaryVee, Gary Vaynerchuk takes calls from viewers and answers questions, taking a deep dive into business strategies that you can start in quarantine, right now.
Patrick Bet-David: 7 Ways to Grow Your Business During a Global Crisis
“When a major crisis takes place, there will be three different types of businesses at the end of it,” says Patrick Bet-David. “There will be those who shut down, those who survive, and those who become stronger.” In this 12-minute video, he talks about seven things you can do to ensure your business is stronger once the whole thing is over.
Forbes Firsthand: One Restaurant Owner’s Pivot to Activism to Save the Industry
After shuttering her restaurant West~Bourne in SoHo, Manhattan, Camilla Marcus quickly moved into activism, becoming one of the major voices behind the #savetherestaurants movement along with ROAR and the Independent Restaurant Coalition.
Inc.: How Rebecca Minkoff’s Company Is Pivoting During the COVID-19 Pandemic
In this 15-minute discussion, Inc. staff writer Emily Canal talks to Rebecca Minkoff, co-founder and creative director of the global fashion brand that shares her name. Minkoff offers up some great working-from-home tips and other sage advice.
Small Business, Big Heart: Woodchuck USA (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
In the latest episode of Small Business, Big Heart, Woodchuck USA chairman and founder Ben VandenWymelenberg reveals how his company shifted focus to making face shields to donate to frontline workers in the face of this pandemic. Two more Small Business, Big Heart episodes also came out earlier this week, both well worth your time: one with Jessica Tomberlin of Crema Bakery & Cafe (Austin, Texas) and one with Eric Dayton of Askov Finlayson (Minneapolis, Minnesota).
READ MORE FROM AMERICAN COMMERCIAL CAPITAL
In this week’s business video roundup, Popmenu CEO Brendan Sweeney talks about creating a positive customer experience in the restaurant industry, award-winning creative director David Stevanov explains how to use humor to deliver a serious message, and Patrick Bet-David reveals how to find the best mentors. Plus, Marie Forleo offers up a movie-length how-to on understanding and managing anxiety, while CNBC presents an exclusive…
In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, award-winning creative director Josh DiMarcantonio talks about how he helped launch one of Taco Bell’s most successful advertising campaigns with the power of good storytelling, Waze cofounder Uri Levine shares his successes and failures on the way to selling his business to Google for $1 billion, and Hunt & Fish Club owner…
In this week’s business video roundup, Harry’s CEO Andy Katz-Mayfield talks about how his men’s shaving-products company managed to navigate setbacks during the pandemic, America’s Best Restaurants CEO Matt Plapp discusses why point of sales are a key way to gain important customer data, and Carats & Cake founder Jess Conroy reveals how she broke into the wedding industry and continues to grow her…