{:img}
{:desc}

FourthAmbit (47521)

  • {:lbl}
  • {:lbl}
    + Add
    {:lbl}

    Bruce J. Flatt talks "Durable Principles for Real Asset Investing"

    In this talk, Bruce Flatt, CEO of Brookfield Asset Management, shares his journey, the challenges faced by Brookfield over the decades, key ideas that have shaped it's philosophy for successful investing and principles for enduring through times good and bad. Brookfield Asset management is a leading global alternative asset manager and a global value investor with a focus on the real asset sectors of real estate, renewable power and infrastructure.

    Principles. Real Assets. Investing.

    Anne-Charlotte Vuccino talks entrepreneurship and successful business strategy

    A strategic consultant and a graduate of HEC, Anne-Charlotte Vuccino discovered yoga ten years ago after a grave motor accident that left her handicapped. Bit by bit she recovered, thanks to this ancestrale practice, on 2015, she changed her career to become an entrepreneur. Convinced that yoga had changed her life, she developed a new method to diffuse her knowledge for those in the most need, creating YOGIST - the first “corporate yoga” startup to work against corporate stress and work related pain.

    Career.Attitude.Growth.

    Marek Zmysłowski successful entrepreneur shares his ideology on business in Africa

    Debunking common myths and stereotypes about Africa. Marek, polish born Entrepreneur shares personal story why it's so cool to live and do business there. Marek Zmyslowski is a polish-born experienced entrepreneur and executive, focused on online businesses in Frontier and Emerging Markets. He co-founded HotelOnline.co – a Hospitality Technology Company, and Jumia Travel – Africa's Biggest Hotel Booking Portal, with backing from Rocket Internet and Goldman Sachs. In 2014 he was chosen as one of the Ten Most Important People in Tech by IT News Africa Magazine. He is a Lead Mentor at Google’s Launchpad and World Bank’s XL Africa Program. Marek is also a former snowboard instructor and holds a racing license in motorsports, but his real dream is to be a Stand up Comedian.

    Good to know international markets

    Ray Dalio talks success, business and principles

    Ray Dalio, founder and co-chief investment officer of Bridgewater Associates, the largest hedge fund globally talks about the life and business principles which led to his unique success. From humble beginnings as a golf caddy at 12 to starting a funds management business in his apartment in 1975 which has grown to manage about $160bn, Ray's experiences and the lessons he learnt along the way contain a lot of value for those striving for success in life.

    The lessons learnt and still learning

    How to connect entrepreneurs with Ernesto Sirolli

    99% of startups fail. There is no record of a single company in the world started by a single person. Entrepreneurs in the world are not told the truth. You cannot do it by yourself. Some love the people, some love the product, some can survive financially in a business. The relationship is like the one you have in a marriage. Dr. Ernesto Sirolli – a community iron man and one of the world's leading authorities on local economic development. He began working in International Aid in Africa in 1971 and has since worked globally in projects to promote local entrepreneurship and local self-determination.

    Interception of people and the business

    Why end social entrepreneurship?

    Isn't Social Entrepreneurship supposed to be a good thing? Juhi Kore discusses why she believes social entrepreneurship should be the new norm. Juhi is a strong advocate for many different social, economic, political, and psychological causes and believes in the power of social entrepreneurship as the solution to end these problems. She is an active citizen who loves to create experiences and events that will open people's minds to creative problem solving. Juhi is also an international speaker who delivers world-class talks and presentations on various topics that she is extremely passionate about

    Juhi Kore's POV on Social Entrepreneurship

    Entrepreneurship and Innovation

    Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship presents Forum on Entrepreneurship, Analytics, Scholarship and Thought (FEAST) series, with a conversation with Dr. Linda Scott, a Visting Scholar at Brown and a Professor Emeritus, DP World Chair of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Oxford.

    Women entrepreneurships across the world

    Investing, Politics and making Large Companies with Peter Thiel

    An interview with billionaire venture capitalist and co-founder Valar Ventures, Peter Thiel. In this interview, Peter discusses if he relies on Mathematics or instinct when investing and current politics. Peter also talks about why Europe has not created big tech companies and the progression of society.

    Knowing the dynamics

    Choosing your right team

    Success is never a one-person show. You need other people to fulfill the plan God has for your life. In this message, Pastor Rick tells us how to choose the right team for your dream, starting with models, mentors, partners, and friends. You’ll learn how a team can help lift the load, bring out our best, compensate for our weaknesses, and pick us up when we stumble. Find out how to choose a team that will help you grow in integrity, humility, and generosity.

    Entrepreneurship and team building

    Comfortable with the Uncomfortable

    Luvvie Ajayi isn't afraid to speak her mind or to be the one dissenting voice in a crowd, and neither should you. "Your silence serves no one," says the writer, activist and self-proclaimed professional troublemaker. In this bright, uplifting talk, Ajayi shares three questions to ask yourself if you're teetering on the edge of speaking up or quieting down -- and encourages all of us to get a little more comfortable with being uncomfortable.

    Dissenting voices in a crowd

    Join Mathew Manos, DMA Alumni, at the entrepreneur workshop

    UCLA Design Media Arts presents Matthew Manos, a DMA alumni, to come and speak to our undergraduate students about career paths, business models and life after graduation. This workshop will cover Matthew’s own experiences as a successful entrepreneur, introduce trends in business/entrepreneurship, methodology used at verynice for designing new business models, and a workshop activity for students to group together and develop business models. Come and learn practical, hands on strategies for how to prepare for the next step after graduation.

    Entrepreneur. Leadership. Mentorship.

    Global Value Investing: Factors that I fear most with Thomas Russo

    Thomas Russo describes the important ingredients of his tax-efficient, long-term buy-and-hold approach to “global value” equity investments. He touches upon the two aspects most important to his investments: 1. Reduction of Agency Costs 2. The “Capacity to Reinvest” Mr. Russo’s presentation, in addition, focuses on factors which form a sort of checklist which Mr. Russo observes when attempting to reduce risks in his search for global returns. Mr. Russo addresses a handful of investments which failed to deliver expected returns, believing that as Mr. Buffett is prone to say that ‘good decisions come from good judgment, and good judgment comes from bad decisions'. Finally, Mr. Russo shares some personal reflections from his professional lifetime of “global value” equity investments. Such references cluster around the “Big Cs”: 1. Compound Interest 2. Character 3. Culture 4. Capacity to do Nothing

    Good judgements and Bad decisions

    Josh Brown on Wealth Management

    Josh Brown is the CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management, a New York City-based investment advisory firm, and a regular commentator on CNBC's "Halftime Report." His Twitter account @ReformedBroker has over 1M followers and has been named by The Wall Street Journal, Barron's and TIME Magazine as the most important financial follow on Twitter. His blog, The Reformed Broker, is read by millions of investors, traders and advisors around the world. He is also the author of the books "Backstage Wall Street" and "Clash of the Financial Pundits." In this candid chat, Josh discusses a wide range of financial topics, including cryptocurrency, derivatives, equities, and much more.

    Essentials of Entrepreneurship

    Maximizing human potential - The science of it with Steven Kotler

    Steven Kotler is an American author, journalist and entrepreneur, and is regarded as one of the world's leading experts on Ultimate Human Performance. He is the Co-Founder and Director of Research of the Flow Genome Project, an interdisciplinary, global organization committed to mapping the genome of Flow by 2020. He is also the author of numerous books, including "Abundance", "Bold", and "The Rise of Superman." In his talk, he discusses the subject of his latest book, "Stealing Fire: How Silicon Valley, the Navy SEALs, and Maverick Scientists Are Revolutionizing the Way We Live and Work." He presents revolutionary insights into human brain that have led to surprising shortcuts for enhancing creativity and performance, and gives practical tips on how to apply them.

    Revolutionizing the way we live and work

    Join Nikki Stewart and get expert opinion on Entrepreneurship and Communications

    Nicci Stewart is passionate about developing women and young entrepreneurs. She has over 15 years’ experience in the communications field and started her first company in 2008 - Rife Designs, a consultancy focusing on statutory and stakeholder communications. In 2016, she shifted her focus to entrepreneurial development; co-founding Nnfinity (Pty) Ltd and nnfinity Foundation. Nicci holds two diplomas in Marketing and Public Relations and is an alum of the Goldman Sachs 10 000 Women Programme and Austrian Leadership Programmes

    Communications. Young Leaders. Innovative Minds.