Start-Ups

Business technology startups are increasingly attracting venture capital.

  • Webcasts // Jan 2013

    How to Build a Great Company

    In this webcast, the presenter explains why startups are not small versions of large companies, and why they require processes and guidelines all their own. The presenter also describes the detailed customer development process for building scalable startups.

    Provided By Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • Webcasts // Jan 2013

    Start-Up Thinking: How Systems Thinking Helps Entrepreneurial Ventures Start, Grow, and Mature

    Soon after a business plan is hatched and long before manufacturing ramps up, start-ups begin to apply systems design principles to create their breakthrough products. It turns out that systems engineering, an art developed and perfected in large organizations, applies just as well to small entrepreneurial ventures.

    Provided By Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • Webcasts // Jan 2013

    New Insights Into Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

    Are there any formulas for simultaneously achieving technological innovation and steady growth on a global basis? In this webcast, the presenter describes companies must continuously access and leverage technical resources, which means they must not \"Just think globally but locate globally.\"

    Provided By Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • Webcasts // Jan 2013

    Education Entrepreneurship in India

    The education sector in India offers enormous opportunity to employ entrepreneurial business models to create a lasting and positive impact. In this webcast, the presenter shares his experiences as an entrepreneur building a sustainable venture in a domain that has only recently started accepting the role of private enterprise.

    Provided By Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • Webcasts // Jan 2012

    The Business Trouble with Spreadsheet Sprawl

    If you're like most midsize companies, the only way to grow the business is by being smarter and nimbler than the next guy, especially if they are two times or more your size. The simple fact of the matter is that the smarter your company is the faster it will...

    Provided By IBM

  • Webcasts // Jul 2011

    When Good Backups Go Bad

    This webcast addresses the top reasons backups fail, the repercussions of those failures, and why it doesn't have to be this way. Attendees will attain a broad understanding of backup and data recovery pitfalls, the serious consequences of those failures, and what to look for in a data recovery solution...

    Provided By Symantec

  • Webcasts // May 2011

    From Stanford To Startup

    In this webcast, the presenters challenge many of the myths surrounding startups and the lives of entrepreneurs. Both the presenters share their first-hand experiences of the entrepreneurial process, including identifying good problems to solve and the value in building simple solutions and minimum viable products.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Following Your Startup Vision

    In this webcast, the presenter is an innovator who believes that successful entrepreneurs are the ones who follow through on their original vision. Drawing upon his deep background as a successful serial entrepreneur, the presenter shares his entrepreneurial experiences and discusses many of the competitive and strategic issues facing his...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Nov 2010

    Orchestrate Digital Initiatives to Better the Customer Experience

    An increasing share of business' customer interactions take place online, and in response, businesses are shifting investments to digital venues. But these efforts don't always result in a compelling customer experience. How does a business supercharge its digital strategy and deliver a great experience to their clients? Attend this...

    Provided By IBM

  • Webcasts // Nov 2010

    Entrepreneurs' Formula For Success: Event Celebrated In More Than 100 Countries

    The experience of business success more than compensates for all the situations of failure. When you taste a little success, it gives you the fuel to move forward and deal with worse situations, said Pau Valdes, founder of Nakami, a consulting firm specializing in Internet advising and the implementation of...

    Provided By IESE School Of Business

  • Webcasts // Nov 2010

    Keeping Customers Happy in a Highly Competitive Environment

    Keeping your customers happy is a critical success factor for any business. However, effective customer retention strategies can be difficult to quantify. In this real world case study, learn how National Motor Club faces this challenge every day. Follow their analysis of customer retention, from basic data on customer, attributes,...

    Provided By Tableau Software

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    Start-Up And See It Through

    Most startups won't achieve the acclaim of Google, but that does not preclude these ventures from creating value for the entrepreneurs who start them. With conviction in life, and a respect for the stress, competition, and long hours of entrepreneurship, having a passionate idea that you're willing to see through...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    Sustenance Of Growth Rate

    Venture capitalist Mark Suster believes being a lean startup is related to size and funding levels, rather than speed and product iteration. However, once a startup finds a strong product and market fit, they will need to get "Fat" quickly, in order to compete with larger companies, particularly in "Winner...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    Lean Startups And Fat Startups

    Venture capitalist Mark Suster believes being a lean startup is related to size and funding levels, rather than speed and product iteration. However, once a startup finds a strong product and market fit, they will need to get "Fat" quickly, in order to compete with larger companies, particularly in "Winner...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    Make Tech Part Of Your DNA

    No Internet or tech company should launch without having in-house technical manpower to build the product, says serial entrepreneur Mark Suster. While business savvy on the founding team is important, those skills need to be balanced with a sturdy base of engineering, programming, or other technical know-how. Additionally, a company...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    The Co-Founder Mythology

    While many legendary Silicon Valley companies were founded by teams of two, partnerships aren't without their problems, states venture capitalist Mark Suster. Disagreements arise based on personal life changes, business strategies, and roles within the company. Suster prefers to avoid playing the role of co-founder "Marriage counselor" by working with...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    Honest Advice On Starting A Company

    In this webcast, the presenter says that entrepreneurship is an emotional and economic roller coaster. In this candid and informative lecture, S defies some of Silicon Valley's conventional wisdom. Based on his extensive experience with multiple companies, the presenter shares his thoughts on the real day-to-day life of startups, smart...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    Pinar Ozcan: IESE Takes A Look At The Virtual World

    IESE Prof. Pinar Ozcan explains the main goals of the Nordic Virtual World Network and the latest academic and business trends within it. "It would be very interesting to compare what it takes to be an entrepreneur in a real versus a virtual world and whether one of them has...

    Provided By IESE School Of Business

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    Making Ideas Happen With Less

    As the author of the best selling book Making Ideas Happen, Scott Belsky is an expert in, well, making ideas happen. He tells Business Insider CEO Henry Blodget that startups need to take advantage of their size by iterating rapidly, taking risks, and playing around with their product. "At a...

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Sep 2010

    How To Succeed In Internet Television: Interview With IESE Professor

    IESE Prof. Josep Valor talks about the latest trends in Internet Television and highlights the key issues that managers must take into account in order to succeed in this emergent business.

    Provided By IESE School Of Business

  • Webcasts // Sep 2010

    Persistence Pays Off

    Amit Chatterjee, CEO and founder of Hara, discusses the learning benefits an entrepreneur gains from "Putting on a suit" inside a larger company. Compared to launching his own entrepreneurial ventures, Chatterjee found working within an established enterprise to be a way to gain experience in strategy and critical thinking -...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Sep 2010

    The Value Of Putting On A Suit

    Amit Chatterjee, CEO and founder of Hara, discusses the learning benefits an entrepreneur gains from "Putting on a suit" inside a larger company. Compared to launching his own entrepreneurial ventures, Chatterjee found working within an established enterprise to be a way to gain experience in strategy and critical thinking -...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Sep 2010

    Benefits Of Stealth Mode

    Hara CEO Amit Chatterjee sees the fertile breeding ground for his venture at the intersection of info-tech and green tech. Even with a solid idea and a unique concept, his company decided to quietly accept venture capital and gain market traction in stealth mode for the first 18 months. The...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Sep 2010

    Start-Up Chile

    Economic Minister Fontaine outlines details of Chile's grant-making and business magnet program, Start-Up Chile. The program offers a $40,000 grant to entrepreneurs bringing early-stage businesses to the country for a minimum of six months. Grant winners must interact with the Chilean people and maintain ties with the country, even if...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Sep 2010

    Bringing Creativity And Innovation To Chile's Universities

    Chilean science professors are not used to thinking in terms of start-ups, says Juan Andr?s Fontaine, Chile's Minister of Economy, Development and Tourism. However, through partnerships with Stanford University and other organizations, business development education is growing in Chile's universities. Minister Fontaine expresses the desire for students to take risks...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Sep 2010

    The Reactable Among Projects Unveiled At IESE's Tech Fair

    Aspiring entrepreneurs and potential investors converged at IESE's Entrepreneurial Tech Fair, held on the Barcelona campus. The leaders of 10 ambitious start-ups were on campus for the event, organized by IESE's Center for Family-Owned Business and Entrepreneurship. The fair featured 5-minute business pitches, followed by a speed matchmaking session. IESE...

    Provided By IESE School Of Business

  • Webcasts // Aug 2010

    Business Answers: Startup Sales & Stolen Marketing Material

    Colleen DeBaise, small business editor at The Wall Street Journal and author of the book "The Wall Street Journal Complete Small Business Guidebook," and Amilya Antonetti, CEO of AMA Enterprises and author of the book "The Recipe," answer viewer questions about increasing sales at a startup and how to handle...

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    Business Answers: Interest Rates & Growing Your Personal Brand

    Rieva Lesonsky, CEO of GrowBiz Media, and Rod Kurtz, executive editor of AOL Small Business, answer viewer questions about how much interest an entrepreneur should expect to pay on a loan from family or friends and the best way for growing a personal brand in an already crowded market.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    American Business: Rock Solid Relationship

    Starting a business with a friend can get complicated, but imagine launching a company with two friends. Meet three college buddies turned entrepreneurs who opened a rock climbing gym in Brooklyn, New York. Find out how they managed to make the best of what could have been some tricky times.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    Business Answers: Getting A Loan And Admitting To Mistakes

    Erica Duignan-Minnihan, CEO of Mamatini, and Paul Lewis, a serial entrepreneur who has founded five companies, answer viewer questions about the best place to get a loan and whether or not you should tell your customers about a technical glitch with your business.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    Top Five: Measuring Your Growth

    You need to look beyond your balance sheet to measure the progress of your startup company. This webcast provides five other ways to evaluate your growth.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    Learning From The Pros: Jim Koch

    Jim Koch is better known as the man behind the beer. His Boston Beer Company, the maker of Samuel Adams, now sells two million barrels of lager around the world every year. He shares his recipe for entrepreneurial success since making his first batch of beer back in 1984.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    Top Five: Evaluating A Franchise

    If you're thinking about starting a business, opening a franchise is always an option. This webcast explains about five trips for evaluating franchise opportunities courtesy of the Small Business Administration.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    Coming Up With A Business Idea

    Go Try It On is a website where people get advice on their outfits after uploading a picture for others on the site to see. Founder & CEO Marissa Evans says she got the idea for her business from the countless moments her friends and sister would ask her for...

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    Small Business Rules: The Extreme Pizza Rule

    "Keep your friends close, and your franchisees closer." - The Extreme Pizza Rule. Todd Parent learned the ins-and-outs of his business before he started his company, even though it meant starting at the bottom of the restaurant eco-system. When Todd decided he wanted to open a restaurant, he didn't have...

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jun 2010

    Business Insights Webcast: Application Virtualization (App-V) Enterprise Return on Investment (Level 100)

    Quantifying the business value of IT investment is vital in today's tough economic climate. Every investment is expected to show strong and tangible financial return. To help organizations assess the economic impact (business value) of deploying Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V), analysts Ben Gray and Jeffrey North of Forrester conducted an...

    Provided By Microsoft

  • Webcasts // Jun 2010

    American Business: Start Me Up

    Starting your own company is not for the faint of heart. For most, the journey is filled with incredibly exciting times and moments of complete terror. Meet two entrepreneurs who have put everything on the line to turn their concept into a reality.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jun 2010

    Learning From The Pros: Jason Mraz

    He sings, he dances and he grows avocadoes. Award-winning songwriter Jason Mraz is an entrepreneur in his own right. The advocate for everything green doesn't need to look any further than his backyard for his entrepreneurial inspiration. Mraz has set the bar high and he's encouraging others to do the...

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jun 2010

    The Valley Absorbs Failure

    Innovation is not a monopoly of Silicon Valley, says venture capitalist Randy Komisar. But entrepreneurship as a profession, he notes, is practiced best on KPCB's home turf. Here, failure isn't personal, and it is tolerated for approximately 70 percent of the businesses that launch here. The Valley offers a unique...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // May 2010

    Better Your Business: Rieva Lesonsky & Lani Hay

    In this webcast Rieva Lesonsky, CEO of GrowBiz Media, and Lani Hay, President of Lanmark Technology, provide some tips on how you can better your business.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Nov 2010

    Keeping Customers Happy in a Highly Competitive Environment

    Keeping your customers happy is a critical success factor for any business. However, effective customer retention strategies can be difficult to quantify. In this real world case study, learn how National Motor Club faces this challenge every day. Follow their analysis of customer retention, from basic data on customer, attributes,...

    Provided By Tableau Software

  • Webcasts // Oct 2009

    Ways To Make Quick Money

    People are always on the look for something that will allow them to make money quick and easy. Nowadays, people resort to the internet not just to find valuable information but to find a powerful avenue to make money. If a person wants to be like most successful internet marketers,...

    Provided By Howcast

  • Webcasts // Oct 2008

    Internet Marketing Myth Exposed

    This video exposes internet marketing myths that people often carry while entering into this business. The biggest myth that this video talks about is that people entering into online marketing think that they will not needed to pick up the phone any more. It can be right to say that...

    Provided By Howcast

  • Webcasts // Nov 2009

    Entrepreneur Business Building ToolKit: Last Chance Don't Miss Out!

    This video explains exactly WHY the story ends up here at our storage locker, but began way back in 2006 when we had the honour.

    Provided By Howcast

  • Webcasts // Nov 2009

    How To Choose The Right MLM Company

    This video shares seven points to choose the right network marketing opportunity as the consumer is today flooded with opportunities, compensation plans so he should do his bit of research before choosing any opportunity.

    Provided By Howcast

  • Webcasts // Dec 2009

    XD Platform Webinar

    With ever-increasing object sizes, network connectivity challenges, device types and user expectations, businesses are looking for advanced CDN technology. Technology that helps deliver content more intelligently and consistently, provide richer user experiences, and monetizes their valuable online content. Discover the genius behind the Limelight Networks XD Platform, how it takes...

    Provided By LimeLight

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Is The Downturn A Good Time To Start A New Venture?

    Jeffrey Skinner, Executive Director of the Foundational for Entrepreneurial Management, explains why the recession may be a good time to be an entrepreneur.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Webcasts // Mar 2010

    The Green And Greener Rule

    "Date your business before you marry it"- The Green and Greener Rule. Alegre Ramos founded Green and Greener, LA's first Eco-Living Design Center and General Store to make green the easy choice for work, play, and home. Alegre "dated her business" by establishing a green design practice and an online...

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Better Your Business: Tim Furguson And Jerry Silberman

    Better Your Business: Tim Ferguson & Jerry Silberman; Tim Ferguson, founder, chairman and managing partner of Next Street, a merchant bank, and Jerry Silberman, the founder and CEO of Corporate Turnaround, provide some helpful tips on how one can better the business.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Oct 2009

    Hiring While Downsizing

    In this webcast, Jeffrey Allen, founder of PlacementLaw.com, and author of Instant Interviews: 101 Ways to Get the Best Job of Your Life, provides tips on how businesses can hire and downsize at the same time.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Mar 2010

    Small Business Rules : The Art Lewin Rule

    "Old School has become the new school" - Art Lewin Executive Clothiers Rule. Art Lewin literally had nothing when he came to the U.S. from Chile in 1977. These days he's running Art Lewin and Co. Custom Clothiers and is living the dream, he said in an episode of Small...

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    Small Business Rules: The Extreme Pizza Rule

    "Keep your friends close, and your franchisees closer." - The Extreme Pizza Rule. Todd Parent learned the ins-and-outs of his business before he started his company, even though it meant starting at the bottom of the restaurant eco-system. When Todd decided he wanted to open a restaurant, he didn't have...

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Apr 2010

    Teaming: Be Transparent, Be Open

    Theresa Daytner, CEO of Daytner Construction Group, believes that businesses involved need to be open to all the potential opportunities available to them. During OPEN's Victory in Procurement (VIP) event, Theresa encourages small business owners to team with as many businesses that are a right fit and explains the key...

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Apr 2010

    Start With A Niche

    The presenter of this webcast talks about the small businesses owners who start small business to truly understand the procurement marketplace.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Mar 2010

    Business Answers: Your Personal Brand & The Best?

    This webcast talks about the best way to market your personal brand and whether or not the economic downturn is the best time to start a business.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    Top Five: Measuring Your Growth

    You need to look beyond your balance sheet to measure the progress of your startup company. This webcast provides five other ways to evaluate your growth.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Apr 2009

    Networking Advice For Women Entrepreneurs

    Chef/Author Sara Moulton talks about the importance of community for women in business. She started the NY Women's Culinary Alliance to help female chefs connect.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // May 2009

    Creativity Will Only Get You So Far

    Ad-man-turned-designer Timothy Corrigan knows the importance of treating your business like a business - both you and your clients will reap the benefits.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Sep 2009

    I Have A Huge Fear Of Failure

    Top Chef restaurateur Tom Colicchio talks about what drives him to be an entrepreneur, and how he works with his Board of Advisors.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Nov 2009

    A Conversation With Danny Meyer

    New York City's famous restaurateur Danny Meyer opened Union Square Cafe at age 27 with no industry experience. Twenty-four years later, he has yet to close any of his ten restaurants. In this webcast, Meyer reflects on Union Square Cafe's disastrous opening night, its haphazard marketing plan (fake pearls glued...

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Nov 2009

    A Conversation With Seth Sternberg

    Can you start a business without a traditional marketing plan? Seth Sternberg founded Meebo with the help of two technology bloggers. In this webcast, Sternberg offers up new-age advice for anyone looking to start a business. Plus, he spills a rookie mistake that everyone should try to avoid.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Nov 2009

    A Conversation With Russell Simmons

    Hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons built a multi-faceted empire from the ground up. As the first African American to enter the jewelry business, he talks about color verses culture, and why his main reason for going to work was greater than building a company.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Dec 2009

    Projecting Your Income

    Erica Duignan-Minnihan, CEO of Healthy Mama Enterprises, and Gene Marks, president of The Make Group, answer viewer questions about startup issues like projecting your income and getting employees to handle the long hours and certain tasks it takes to get a business going.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Dec 2009

    A Conversation With Aaron Patzer

    Aaron Patzer, CEO and founder of Mint.com, didn't plan on flipping his startup for $170 million. He created a business to solve a real problem: managing one's personal finances. In this webcast, he talks about how crucial it is have a concrete method for screening new hires.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    American Business: Not Too Shabby

    Like many entrepreneurs, Rachel Ashwell's business is her life. She built her popular "Shabby Chic" brand from the ground up only to watch it come crashing down. But Ashwell and her business have survived the economic downturn. They've endured thanks to some help from a new partner.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Mar 2010

    From The Floor: Women In Business

    In a new survey, female entrepreneurs say they believe cultural attitudes present a unique challenge for them and often hinder their ability to grow their companies. The presenters asked business owners at the Women's Business Summit in Houston about some of the difficulties they face on a daily basis.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Aug 2010

    Business Answers: Startup Sales & Stolen Marketing Material

    Colleen DeBaise, small business editor at The Wall Street Journal and author of the book "The Wall Street Journal Complete Small Business Guidebook," and Amilya Antonetti, CEO of AMA Enterprises and author of the book "The Recipe," answer viewer questions about increasing sales at a startup and how to handle...

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jun 2009

    From Hobby To Enterprise

    OPEN Cardmember Jai Jai Greenfield capitalized on the wine knowledge she gained while a trader by opening a wine boutique in Harlem. She brings wine culture to a burgeoning community, one ripe with opportunity.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Apr 2009

    Filling A Need In The Design Community

    Keith Granet studied to be an architect but realized his talents lay more in the business arena. So he has built his own company advising designers on good business practices - so they can concentrate on what they do best.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Apr 2009

    Branson On Business: Launching Virgin America

    Business expert Seth Godin talks to iconic entrepreneur Richard Branson about how he started up Virgin America, the extension of his international airline empire, in the U.S.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Apr 2009

    Branson On Business: The Industry Of The Future

    The need for clean energy and alternative sources of oil will create business opportunities for the future, according to business magnate Richard Branson.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jun 2010

    Learning From The Pros: Jason Mraz

    He sings, he dances and he grows avocadoes. Award-winning songwriter Jason Mraz is an entrepreneur in his own right. The advocate for everything green doesn't need to look any further than his backyard for his entrepreneurial inspiration. Mraz has set the bar high and he's encouraging others to do the...

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jun 2010

    American Business: Start Me Up

    Starting your own company is not for the faint of heart. For most, the journey is filled with incredibly exciting times and moments of complete terror. Meet two entrepreneurs who have put everything on the line to turn their concept into a reality.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    Coming Up With A Business Idea

    Go Try It On is a website where people get advice on their outfits after uploading a picture for others on the site to see. Founder & CEO Marissa Evans says she got the idea for her business from the countless moments her friends and sister would ask her for...

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    American Business: Rock Solid Relationship

    Starting a business with a friend can get complicated, but imagine launching a company with two friends. Meet three college buddies turned entrepreneurs who opened a rock climbing gym in Brooklyn, New York. Find out how they managed to make the best of what could have been some tricky times.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    Learning From The Pros: Jim Koch

    Jim Koch is better known as the man behind the beer. His Boston Beer Company, the maker of Samuel Adams, now sells two million barrels of lager around the world every year. He shares his recipe for entrepreneurial success since making his first batch of beer back in 1984.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Apr 2010

    Learning From The Pros: Trish McEvoy

    Trish McEvoy is a household name in the beauty business. This make-up artist turned entrepreneur has earned a reputation for personally educating her clients and encouraging them to use her unique line of products.

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Mar 2010

    Diane Von Furstenberg On Female Entrepreneurs

    Diane von Furstenberg, Founder and Chairman of DVF Studio, LP, believes that women's fear of their own strength can sometimes prevent them from getting their companies off the ground. In conversation with Susan Sobbott, Diane discusses the importance of building relationships, and explains that "You cannot do it completely alone."

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Mar 2010

    Don't Fear The Second Career

    "First time around, I did it by instinct. Now I do it by experience." IN this webcast, Diane Von Furstenberg, Founder and Chairman of DVF Studio, LP, shares why business owners should not be afraid of launching "Second careers."

    Provided By American Express

  • Webcasts // Feb 2010

    American Business: No Experience, No Problem

    Changing jobs can be tough for anyone, but imagine giving up one career to start another in a totally different field. That's the case with one entrepreneur who decided to risk it all when she left the high-powered world of Wall Street for the fashion catwalks of New York.

    Provided By American Express