Examine Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' ascent to power and the global impact of the empire he built. The film also investigates the darker side of the company's rapid growth, and the challenge of trying to rein in the power of the richest man in the world. Distributed by PBS Distribution.
An emotional and telling expose into one of America’s most dynamic entrepreneurs. Daniel Lubetsky reveals his innermost messaging and practical strategies in starting and growing Kind Snacks, a 1 billion dollar food company that he grew from a tiny apartment. Daniel shares a socially conscious thinking that dramatically grows a great company while doing a lot of good.
Business Ethics: Global Business uses a Q&A format to teach the basics of business ethics in a global economy. Topics include ethics of varying standards, providing leadership, and corporate responsibility to communities.
Highlighting topics of entrepreneurship, starting a business, marketing a small business, and financial control, this program follows two young people who set up a hi-tech business in their own way. Because they did not require start-up financing, they did not put together a detailed business plan; however they did plan extensively for the business. The program shows how they did their market research, launched the company, and financed the growth of the business from their initial clients. It also considers what changes they may need to make as they continue to grow.
Part three in a series teaching future entrepreneurs, featuring young entrepreneurs who share their business failures and successes.
1. Zappos: success through core values -- 2. Radio One: evolution and adaptation -- 3. Columbia Sportswear: passion, tenacity and persistence.