Since its launch, YouTube has been a remarkable source for entertainment and education on countless topics. Entrepreneurs regardless of where they are in their startup journey should make use of its resources. In this article, we’ve compiled a list of the top five YouTube channels entrepreneurs should follow. You are most welcome to share yours with us in the comments.
1- Y Combinator
Y Combinator is an American startup accelerator that invests small amounts of money ($150k), twice a year, in a large number of startups. Since 2005, they have funded more than 2000 startups. Do you have a business idea? Do you want to know more about how to start a startup? Just visit their YouTube Channel and watch Startup School: a free 10-week online course that can be accessed through their website and YouTube channel. Moreover, they have a podcast which you can watch on YouTube.
2- Startup Grind
If you’re interested in learning more about bootstrapping, negotiating startup acquisitions, generating traffic, or team building, then you’ve come to the right place. Startup Grind is the largest independent startup community bringing together more than 2M entrepreneurs. They support the startup ecosystem in over 125 countries through events, media, and partnerships. You can browse their YouTube channel and watch past events and talks.
3- Behind the Brand
Are you curious about the success stories behind innovators and entrepreneurs? This is what Behind the Brand is all about. The show offers viewers a backstage pass into the minds of some of the most interesting people on the planet. Seth Godin, Tony Hawk, Cesar Millan, and many more were among the guests on this show.
4 – Michael Hyatt
His business recently made it to the Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest-growing private companies. Michael Hyatt is former CEO and chairman of Thomas Nelson Publishers, bestselling author, and outstanding entrepreneur. His YouTube channel focuses on topics of interest to entrepreneurs like productivity, leadership, and launching online products. He also interviews authors of best-selling books and thought leaders to help you excel at different aspects of your work and personal life.
5- This Week in Startups
This show gives viewers an inside look at what’s happening in Silicon Valley and the tech industry. A rotating group of guest experts along with entrepreneur Jason Calacanis features the best, worst, and most interesting stories from the world of web companies. Searching for tips and advice for scaling your startup, hiring, outsourcing, or avoiding burnout? This Week in Startups is your destination.