Ground Breakers Series

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Steve Jobs: The Way Steve Jobs Changed The World
Steve Jobs changed our lives. By launching the iPod in 2001, he revolutionized our way of listening to music. Apple's founder proved then once again that he's a genius at…
Mark Zuckerberg: The Real Face Behind Facebook
At only 27 years, Mark Zuckerberg is worth about 30 billion. Launched in his dorm eight years ago, today Facebook has over 850 million followers! An incredible success story! If…
Bill Gates: A Tycoon Story
Gates is the former chief executive and current chairman of Microsoft, the world's largest personal computer software company. While at Harvard, Gates developed a version of the computer programming language,…
Philip Knight: The Man Who Runs The World
An entrepreneur at heart from the Stanford faculty benches, Knight stumbled upon the very first pairs of sneakers in Japan. Those cheap and resistant shoes were manufactured by a certain…
Richard Branson: The King of Virgin
The first Virgin company was a small mail-order record retailer that quickly grew until the first record shop was opened on Oxford Street, London. Branson then opened a recording studio…
Ingvar Kamprad: The Man Who Has Furnished The Planet
Ingvar Kamprad was born in 1926 in Smaland, a Swedish deprived region. Small shopkeeper in the 50ies, he quickly understands the world is changing: the industry is imposing its economic…

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Fair Trade and Chocolate: The Divine Story
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Cola Conquest 1: Coca-Cola: A Classic Marketing Story
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Marketing Strategy Case Studies - The Starbucks Experience
Key Topics
  • Marketing Strategy
  • Retailing
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Globalisation
Starbucks is the essential success story of the American capitalist dream. From humble beginnings in 1971 as a Seattle coffee store, it's become a multinational with over 21,000 outlets in 63 countries. Its brand is universally known. How did…
Marketing Strategy Case Studies: Tesco – Triumph and Tragedy
Key Topics
  • Marketing Strategy
  • Retailing
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • External Factors
Tesco was the retail success story of the 90s and early 2000s. By 2007 it came close to capturing a third of the UK retail market, and was a true international retail giant - but by 2014 profits…
Entrepreneur's Guide Series
A comprehensive, in-depth and entertaining series that mentors young entrepreneurs on launching and growing a business. From startup to the growing pains of a billion dollar business, it is all covered. Plus over 15 highly successful, real-world young entrepreneurs share their insights, acting as personal mentors to give individuals confidence,…
Richard Branson: The King of Virgin
Part of the Series: Ground Breakers Series
The first Virgin company was a small mail-order record retailer that quickly grew until the first record shop was opened on Oxford Street, London. Branson then opened a recording studio with only one contracted recording artist, Mike Oldfield, before signing a number of household names such as the Sex Pitsols…
Ingvar Kamprad: The Man Who Has Furnished The Planet
Part of the Series: Ground Breakers Series
Ingvar Kamprad was born in 1926 in Smaland, a Swedish deprived region. Small shopkeeper in the 50ies, he quickly understands the world is changing: the industry is imposing its economic model everywhere. An economic model he will apply on furniture. With Ikea, furniture is manufactured in factories, practical, cheap and…
Mark Zuckerberg: The Real Face Behind Facebook
Part of the Series: Ground Breakers Series
At only 27 years, Mark Zuckerberg is worth about 30 billion. Launched in his dorm eight years ago, today Facebook has over 850 million followers! An incredible success story! If everyone knows Facebook, few people know about his creator's real life. From his childhood in an upscale suburb of New…
Philip Knight: The Man Who Runs The World
Part of the Series: Ground Breakers Series
An entrepreneur at heart from the Stanford faculty benches, Knight stumbled upon the very first pairs of sneakers in Japan. Those cheap and resistant shoes were manufactured by a certain Mr Onistuka to whom Knight purchased a few samples that he not only sold back in the USA but also…
The Entrepreneurs 1: Tossed
Tossed is a new salad bar chain set up by twenty-something entrepreneur Vincent McKevitt in the teeth of catastrophic economic conditions. Will the credit crunch make or break his new business? THE ENTREPRENEUR: Vincent started young - seliing ice cubes to his sisters! He funded his new business with loans…
Accounting and Finance Clips 1: Accounts, Forecasting and Breakeven
Four film clips explain and illustrate key topics in finance using a variety of case study examples. Key Topics
  • Profit & Loss Account
  • Balance Sheet
  • Accounting
  • Forecasting
  • Breakeven