Business Video Roundup: Starting a Franchise, Ecommerce Tips & Diversifying Your Business
“The idea that you can’t change anything? I don’t buy it.” These are the words of Jeffrey Katzenberg, co-founder and former CEO of DreamWorks Animation, who gives an enlightening 60-minute talk at the Stanford Graduate School of Business in this week’s video roundup. Other videos include Gary Vaynerchuk giving a young entrepreneur advice on starting a franchise business, Neil Patel dishing out ecommerce tips to boost sales, and Brandon Cruz of GoHealth talking about diversifying his business during an industry-wide shakeup. Finally, Evan Carmichael presents the top 10 rules of success of Alibaba founder Ja Mack.
Gary Vaynerchuk: Learning How to Start a Franchise Business
In this 12-minute video, Gary Vaynerchuk advises a young aspiring entrepreneur who wants to start a franchise business.
Stanford GSB: Jeffrey Katzenberg, Co-Founder and Former CEO of DreamWorks Animation
In this hour-long View from the Top session at Stanford Graduate School of Business, the former CEO and co-founder of DreamWorks Animation dispenses wisdom and advice on a wide array of business topics.
Neil Patel: 3 Effective Shopping Cart Abandonment Strategies That Can Boost Sales
If your business has an online ecommerce store, this quick two-minute video from online marketing strategist Neil Patel gives a few tips for recovering potential customers who abandon your site’s shopping cart.
Entrepreneur: How Brandon Cruz Diversified His Business During an Industry Shakeup
Knowing how to act fast and pivot your business plan can be incredibly important when your industry is being turned upside down and inside out. Brandon Cruz, the co-founder and president of GoHealth, discovered this firsthand and lived to tell the story.
Evan Carmichael: Jack Ma’s Top 10 Rules for Success
Learn from the mistakes of others, focus on quality, respect your competitors, and see challenges as opportunities. These are just four of Jack Ma’s top 10 rules of success. The founder and executive chairman of China’s Alibaba Group, he’s of the most successful business leaders in the world and his words of wisdom are well worth hearing.
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