Entrepreneurship Youtube Channels

1. Y-combinator Startup School 2019

Y-Combinator invest a small amount of money ($150k) in a large number of startups (recently 200) twice a year. The startups move to Silicon Valley for 3 months, during which we work intensively with them to get the company into the best possible shape and refine their pitch to investors. 

They have selected a set of high quality videos called startup school orientation. 

Link to channel


2. How to start a startup

This is a lecture series from Stanford about how to start a startup. They have invited some amazing speakers worth listening to including Sam Altman, Ben Horowitz, Reid Hoffman, Marc Andreessen, Peter Thiel, Brian Chesky and many more.

Link to channel


3. Talks at Google

Google invites some amazing speakers to come and talk at Google. Most of them are online and many authors of best selling books can be found giving talks at Google. While all channels are interesting there is one about “Business and Entrepreneurs”

Link to channel


4. Technology-Enabled Blitzscaling

Technology-Enabled Blitzscaling is another Stanford class where the talks are online. It features a set of succesfull entrepreneurs including Eric Schmidt (Google), Reid Hoffman (LinkedIn), Reed Hastings (Netflix), Brian Chesky (Airbnb), Marissa Mayer (Google/Yahoo) and many more.

Link to channel


5. TedX talks

There is no TedX entrepreneurship only channel, but they do put out some high quality videos about entrepreneurship.



6. Singularity University

Singularity University do host innovation conferences around the world with inspiring entrepreneurs and speakers. If you can’t join the event, many high quality talks are avaiable online.

Learn about the newest breakthroughs in healthcare, manufactoring, finance, computer science and related fields

See for instance the SU Global Summit 2018 videos

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