Business Video Roundup: Tell Your Business’ Financial Story, Keep Your Team Feeling Connected & More
In our latest business video roundup, Scopio founder Nour Chamoun talks about the importance of listening to the market, Entire Productions CEO Natasha Miller discusses taking chances on unconventional hires, and the founders of virtual-assistant company BELAY go over best practices for keeping your team feeling connected during these uncertain times. Plus, a new episode of How Brands Are Born explores how John Paul DeJoria (co-founder of Paul Mitchell and Patrón Spirits) went from homeless to billionaire and Entrepreneur presents an hour-long webinar on how to effectively tell your company’s financial story beyond profit and loss.
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Forbes: Entrepreneur Nour Chamoun on Fear, Money, and Listening to the Market
In this episode of Under 30 Unfiltered by Forbes, Scopio founder Nour Chamoun talks about the irrationality of fear, the value of money, and the hardest thing she had to do to succeed. All in under three minutes.
Inc.: This CEO Took a Chance on a New Hire. Now She’s Moving Up in the Company
This short video is a reminder that sometimes it pays to think outside the box and hire someone who might lack experience in your market or industry. Natasha Miller, founder and CEO of corporate event planning company Entire Productions, did just that.
Entrepreneur: Culture Isn’t an Office, It’s People
In this 20-minute video, Bryan and Shannon Miles, the founders of virtual-assistant company BELAY, discuss best practices for keeping you and your team feeling connected during these uncertain times.
Entrepreneur: The Origin Story of John Paul DeJoria (Paul Mitchell | Patrón)
In this episode of How Brands Are Born, host Kristen Aldridge explores how John Paul DeJoria (the co-founder of Paul Mitchell and Patrón Spirits) went from homeless to billionaire—and the personal philosophy that has guided him the whole way.
Entrepreneur: Learn How to Tell Your Business’ Financial Story
Here’s an hour-long webinar, moderated by Jill Schiefelbein, all about how to tell the financial story of your business beyond simply profit and loss. It goes over the different methods of communicating that story to different audiences, whether it be your board, your investors, or your employees. The audio quality isn’t always the best, but it’s solid, in-depth advice.
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