Business Video Roundup: State of the Restaurant Industry, Redefining Success & More

Posted on 5.August.2022 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

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In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, Gary Vaynerchuk talks about reframing what success means in today’s world, Rebecca Minkoff explains why there’s nothing wrong with slow and steady growth, and superstar chef Marcus Samuelsson discusses the state of the restaurant industry. Plus, Inc. reveals five focus-destroying habits you should ditch, while CNBC looks into the car dealership market as tons of mom-and-pop operations are being bought out by the big guys.

GaryVee: Let’s Reframe What Success Means (Female Quotient at Cannes)

Gary Vaynerchuk in conversation at The Female Quotient conference in Cannes, covering a variety of business topics that includes marketing and advertising, the importance of being thoughtful and inclusive, and how compassion can change the world.

Forbes: There Is Nothing Wrong with Growing Slow and Steady (Rebecca Minkoff)

Rebecca Minkoff, cofounder of the popular clothing brand of the same name, talks about why philanthropy has always been integral to her business model, the struggles of small businesses during the pandemic, exploring alternative forms of capital, and why there is nothing wrong with growing slow and steady. “It’s how Main Street USA was built,” she says.

Forbes: Chef Marcus Samuelsson Describes the State of the Industry Post-Pandemic

Superstar chef Marcus Samuelsson discusses the state of the restaurant industry in the post-pandemic era, touching on culinary trends and innovations as well as the importance of good storytelling.

Inc.: 5 Bad Habits That Are Destroying Your Focus

Stop doing these five things to improve your focus and concentration. It could save your business some money.

CNBC: How These Companies Are Taking Over Car Dealerships

Most car dealerships are small businesses, mom and pop operations, but the industry’s landscape is quickly changing due to several big companies gobbling up the little ones. This 12-minute mini-doc from CNBC looks into what’s happening and why.

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