6 documentaries every aspiring entrepreneurs must watch

As an entrepreneur, you’re in a constant search of new ways to grow your business. The TV’s and and cinemas​ has the vast caches of business and tech documentaries that you can watch instantly.
Here are the best documentaries that every entrepreneurs must watch,

1) Startup.com
This documentary has now become a reference on how not to do things, including why almost $50 million investment in a business doesn’t guarantee you success. Follow the two Harvard graduates and observe the fall and rise of their dot com enterprise.

2) Steve job – One Last Thing
This movie was produced by PBS and was aired just after the death of Steve jobs. It showcases the complex life of Steve jobs, featuring interviews with Ross Perot, Dean Hovey who designed apple’s first mouse. It’s less than a hour long and will surely leave you appreciating Job’s marketing genius.

3) Downloaded
Napster and it’s creator are stars in a 2013 made movie named ‘Downloaded’ mainly based on the file sharing system. Viewers saw how the company developed and the impact it made on music industry.

4) The Startup Kids
Founded by the two young entrepreneurs from Iceland, it puts spotlight onto several other startups like Dropbox, SoundCloud, kiip .Etc. revealing what drives them to do what they do.

5) E – Dreams
Back in the year 1998, two young investment banker founded Kozmo.com. with a 2 hour delivery of DVDs, food, magazines, alcohol .etc. it mainly shows how a enterprise went from new sensation to liquidation in just 2 years.

6) The Director
Produced by James Franco’s company ‘Rabbit bandini’. Clearly show casts the behind scenes of premium fashion brand Gucci. It shows the career of Gucci founder – Frida Giannini and shows how a collection goes from concepts to runway to closets.



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  • Vladimir
    May 12, 2017 at 10:04 pm

    Watched Steve Jobs. Don’t recommend. They took a lot of creative freedom with it, doesn’t depict the man as he really was but as Hollywood wanted him to be.

    • Maryland
      May 20, 2017 at 10:31 pm

      Big help, big help. And sulaeprtive news of course.

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