Business Video Roundup: Your Million Dollar Customer, Business Scale Lessons & More
In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, Patrick Bet-David reveals how to find your “million-dollar customer,” LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman shares his best business scale lessons, and All Turtles CEO Phil Libin talks about how his new company intends to make video meetings more entertaining. Plus, the latest episode of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch features women founders vying for investment cash, while CNBC looks into how “buy now, pay later” businesses are changing consumer habits—and what that means for the future of commerce.
Patrick Bet-David: The Million Dollar Customer – Not Who You Think It Is
In this seven-minute video, Patrick Bet-David gives some tips on how to find your best customer.
Forbes: LinkedIn Co-Founder Reid Hoffman Shares Ultimate Business Scale Lessons
From the Forbes #Next1000 Summit, LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman delivers an enlightening keynote revealing the best business scaling lessons he’s learned over the years.
The Human Factor with Phil Libin, Co-Founder and CEO, All Turtles and mmhmm
Phil Libin, co-founder and CEO of All Turtles, believes that work is never going back to how it used to be—working from home is here to stay. In this 39-minute discussion from Inc. and Fast Company’s video podcast, Libin talks about how his new company mmhmm aims to help make working from home a little more exciting by making video meetings both productive and entertaining.
Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch: This Million-Dollar Company Started with a $300 Investment
The latest episode of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch focuses on women founders of businesses in the fashion, beauty, and travel industries. Will any of them score a big payday from these investors?
CNBC: How Buy Now, Pay Later Brands Like Affirm and Klarna Are Changing Consumer Habits
Interesting piece from CNBC about the rise of “buy now, pay later” businesses, how they are influencing buying habits, and all the benefits and drawbacks they entail for both companies and consumers.
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