A new in depth video series featuring the guidance of over 30 Founders who successfully developed fast growth mid-sized through large companies. These strategies delivered in 14 chapters running approximately 90 minutes in total, were culled from over 35 hours of content.
Some featured business leaders are from recognized organizations such as: Stonyfield Farms, Waze, Pandora, Kind Healthy Snacks, Dogfish Head Brewery, Black Entertainment Television, JetBlue, WeWork, Rue La La, Zappos and many others.
The subjects among others include strategies and processes for hiring, people performance, sales process, sales team development, customer service, marketing, scaling culture and more.
The program also features business professors from Yale, MIT, Babson, Wharton and Northwestern Kellogg.
TeleTime has pioneered video programming in many areas of business communications, especially in entrepreneurial education.
TeleTime has been recognized as an Inc. 500 company, produced close to
3000 business programs servicing the who’s who in the corporate
world with a stunning assortment of small to mid-size business.
In the Entrepreneurial community, approximately 1000 different programs
have been produced, mostly in areas of entrepreneurship education. On
reviewing our business educational offerings, the viewer will recognize
and appreciate the dynamics of our approach. Typically, the result is 1
hour of finished content edited from over 20 hours of gathered material.
Also, the video educational programs typically feature many fast growth
entrepreneurs and/or business leaders sharing their insights and
guidance. This approach results in videos that are packed with practical
content that is designed to deliver solutions and change to business
Partnerships in programming has been established with organizations such
as; Inc. Magazine, Black Enterprise, The American Legion, The SBA,
BusinessWeek, Dell, AdAge, AT&T, USPS, Comcast, ADP and others.
In developing these programs, we have interviewed and reported on
hundreds of recognized business leaders and company founders. A small
example are leaders from; JetBlue, Black Entertainment Television, Pizza
Hut, Dominoes, Zappos, Priceline, Estee Lauder, Chanel, John Paul
Mitchell Systems, LIDs, WeWork, H&R Block, Famous Amos and many