From the producers of over one thousand business building programs and creators of entrepreneurial educational videos with organizations such as Inc. Magazine, Black Enterprise, Business Week, The SBA, NFTE, Fortune and others, introducing:
Part 2 of 2 of a comprehensive, in-depth, and entertaining video series that mentors young entrepreneurs to starting and growing a business. Our Young Entrepreneur's Guide To Starting And Growing A Business series was carefully crafted into a rich 90 minute program from over 45 hours of content.
This section of the course begins with funding your business, the many approaches to marketing your company, managing your employees, improving productivity, and finding a mentor and other real life skills. Over 15 real world young entrepreneurs share their insight on these topics, acting as personal mentors to help you grow. These entrepreneurs include Tony Hsieh of Zappos.com, Eric Ryan of Method, Scott Gerber of the Young Entrepreneur Council, and many more. Featuring restaurant owners to billion dollar online retailers, this video has valuable information that any startup can learn from.
**Also included is a PDF-formatted 25-page guide and workbook that contains information and exercises to accompany our video program. We recommend you utilize our customized workbook to get the ultimate valued experience from this course.
“…one of the most valuable programs I have experienced. It engages and provides practical information from an incredible cast of real life business owners. ”
- Michael Simmons, Co-Founder and CEO of Empact
"This is the most powerful video series I have experienced. It is a groundbreaking program that can be used by anyone interested in growing a business."
- Steve Mariotti, Founder, NFTE, Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship
You have it all on paper, everything is in place, you just need to fund your business. This video will let you in on the many avenues of financing to get your business off the ground.
This video on marketing will give you tips such as advertising, branding, social networking, and some other unconventional, creative means of marketing.
This video will guide you on how to hire, train, and motivate your employees to produce a highly productive team while maintaining a fun, desirable culture.
This video will let you in on some additional information that other business courses may overlook. These are the intangible life skills that include selling, negotiating, and seeking a mentor.
A bonus chapter that warns you about the challenges and payoffs of becoming an entrepreneurs told through very personal and revealing stories about the lifestyle. However, it is also designed to motivate you and give you that extra push to get you in action.
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