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The Startup Kids
The Startup Kids is a documentary about young web entrepreneurs in the U.S. and Europe. It contains interviews with the founders of Vimeo, Soundcloud, Kiip, InDinero, Dropbox, Foodspotting and many others who talk about how they started their company and…
Marketing Strategy Case Studies - The Starbucks Experience
Key Topics Marketing Strategy Retailing Corporate Social Responsibility Globalisation Starbucks is the essential success story of the American capitalist dream. From humble beginnings in 1971 as a Seattle coffee store, it's become a multinational with over 21,000 outlets in 63…
Entrepreneur's Guide On Launching A Business
Part of the Series: Entrepreneur's Guide Series
A comprehensive, in-depth and entertaining series that mentors young entrepreneurs on launching and growing a business. From startup to the growing pains of a billion dollar business, it is all covered. Plus over 15 highly successful, real-world young entrepreneurs share…
Change & Disruption - An Amazon.com Case Study
The rise of Amazon.com since its start-up in 1994 is the classic case study in disruptive innovation. First an on-line retailer, broadening into a platform for other sellers, Amazon has been guided by the restless spirit of its founder Jeff…
The Restaurateur - Danny Meyer's Empire of New York's Top Restaurants
This intimate documentary follows Danny Meyer, one of America's preeminent restaurant owners, over a 12 year span as he struggles to open not one but two ambitious restaurants next to New York's Madison Square Park. Tabla and Eleven Madison Park,…
Collision Course - Labor Management Relations in America
This film traces the dramatic rise and fall of workplace cooperation at Eastern Airlines. In so doing, the film uncovers the deep-seated assumptions which underlie our culture of industrial relations and prevent us from breaking out of our industrial impasse.…
Managing Change In Organizations
PART 1 Introduction Change in business is nothing new - it's the pace of change. The digital revolution has destroyed old businesses and created vast new empires. To survive, organizations must be quick to adapt - but people, generally, don't…
Steve Jobs: The Way Steve Jobs Changed The World
Part of the Series: Ground Breakers Series
Steve Jobs changed our lives. By launching the iPod in 2001, he revolutionized our way of listening to music. Apple's founder proved then once again that he's a genius at the edge of technology and innovation, 25 years after having…
Crafting a Nation - The American Craft Beer Industry
The American craft beer industry is unlike any industry ever seen before in America. It began its rise during the worst economic crisis in America since the Great Depression. In 2012, as the craft beer movement was sweeping the country,…
Africa: Open for Business
Ten stories, one continent, a global world. Get ready to see Africa as you've never seen it before. Imagine an Africa with entrepreneurial spirit that is striving to take care of itself and finding African solutions to African problems. That's…
11 videos
Fair Trade and Chocolate: The Divine Story
Part of the Series: Essentials of Marketing Collection
Buy a bar of fair trade chocolate and help people in the developing world, too. This is the unique selling point of Divine Chocolate - but is it too good to be true? Social Enterprise: Divine was set up a…
Google: The Trouble with Success
Google has grown from nothing in 1998 to a multinational tech giant. We tell that story, we identify the drivers of success. Founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin didn't want to sell advertising at first. Now Google search is a…
Controlling Interest - The Growth of Conglomerates and Their Influence on Global Affairs
The first account on film of the growth of multinational corporations, their impact on people at home and abroad, and their influence on U.S. foreign policy. This is the film that helped kick-off the anti-globalization movement. Upon its release, CONTROLLING…
Accounting and Finance Clips 1: Accounts, Forecasting and Breakeven
Part of the Series: Accounting and Finance Collection
Four film clips explain and illustrate key topics in finance using a variety of case study examples. Key Topics Profit & Loss Account Balance Sheet Accounting Forecasting Breakeven Clip #1: "Clip 1: Introducing Accounts" - Clip #2: "Clip 2: What…
4 videos
Philip Knight: The Man Who Runs The World
Part of the Series: Ground Breakers Series
An entrepreneur at heart from the Stanford faculty benches, Knight stumbled upon the very first pairs of sneakers in Japan. Those cheap and resistant shoes were manufactured by a certain Mr Onistuka to whom Knight purchased a few samples that…
Ingvar Kamprad: The Man Who Has Furnished The Planet
Part of the Series: Ground Breakers Series
Ingvar Kamprad was born in 1926 in Smaland, a Swedish deprived region. Small shopkeeper in the 50ies, he quickly understands the world is changing: the industry is imposing its economic model everywhere. An economic model he will apply on furniture.…
Richard Branson: The King of Virgin
Part of the Series: Ground Breakers Series
The first Virgin company was a small mail-order record retailer that quickly grew until the first record shop was opened on Oxford Street, London. Branson then opened a recording studio with only one contracted recording artist, Mike Oldfield, before signing…
Four Corners: Tough Calls - A Telemarketing Investigation
Once derided as fat and featherbedded, Telstra is trimming down. Applauded by an eager crowd of mum and dad shareholders, the lumbering giant is shedding costs and boosting productivity under trainer Sol Trujillo's tough regimen. But increasingly Telstra's 40,000-plus workers…
The Business Plan In Action: Three Cases Studies
Part of the Series: Essentials of Marketing Collection
Three businesses and three business plans. Why did they need them? What did they put in them? Were they worth it? AIMS & OBJECTIVES: Every business plan should have a company's aims and objectives. The Croft Tea Room has the…
Inside A Factory 7: Brompton Bicycle
Part of the Series: Essentials of Marketing Collection
The Brompton is no ordinary bike. You ride it - you fold it up. Not so much a product - more a cult - and it's made in Britain! This is the story of how they make it - and…