Business Tips: CUNY CITY COLLEGE GARY VAYNERCHUK KEYNOTE | NEW YORK 2017

Business Tips: CUNY CITY COLLEGE GARY VAYNERCHUK KEYNOTE | NEW YORK 2017

Awesome Tip: CUNY CITY COLLEGE GARY VAYNERCHUK KEYNOTE | NEW YORK 2017



Spoke with students at City University of New York City College about Young Entrepreneurship, Starting a Business and being patient when you’re young.

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Gary Vaynerchuk is a serial entrepreneur and the CEO and founder of VaynerMedia, a full-service digital agency servicing Fortune 500 clients across the company’s 5 locations. Gary is also a prolific public speaker, venture capitalist, 4-time New York Times Bestselling Author, and has been named to both Crain’s and Fortune’s 40 Under 40 lists.

Gary is the host of the #AskGaryVee Show, a business and marketing focused Q&A video show and podcast, as well as DailyVee, a docu-series highlighting what it’s like to be a CEO, investor, speaker, and public figure in today’s digital age.

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31 Replies to “Business Tips: CUNY CITY COLLEGE GARY VAYNERCHUK KEYNOTE | NEW YORK 2017”

  1. Love the content but this is such a shaky video sometimes and feels like something I would take it with a Mobile Phone – appears like this is Pre D-Rock production

  2. I am so happy to see this type of empowerment in a college environment.

    Shoutout to City University!

    Thanks Gary

    P.S. Sharing this one with my buddy Nelson (A 18-year-old Belizean restaurant owner that we are partnering with) to spill this message into the minds of young Belizeans

  3. doctors and plumbers are the heroes of society. They have saved more people's lives than all the others put together. That's why I've hired my own personal plumber to give me colonoscopies.

  4. THE 43:21 So serendipitous … I don't care about your resume, but I'm gonna see how you look/act on social and see how you treat your friends and your girl/boyfriend… My goodness, how I love you Sweet Gary…

  5. I love Gary's content but this video was slightly disappointing in the sense that he seemed to promote the stereotypical narrative that all white people have it perfect in life and have never seen struggle (for example, with his "rich white boy" and "angry white dude" references); I just feel that it is important to highlight that it is not only black people and other minorities that can have it hard in life.
    I'm a young white guy that is poor as fuck, raised in a council estate by my Mum, and is now working hard to build something for my family and I to change out lives. I have yet to experience the apparent 'white privilege' we have automatically by virtue of being white; thus, I do take issue when people undermine the fact that many white people also have their struggles.

    Love the content like I said, but this one disappointed me in terms of what I have just outlined. Nonetheless, there are also some gold nuggets of info to take from it so I appreciate that!

  6. This is not to be negative but clearly the two companies producing goods directly targeting skateboarders have not spent enough time in this culture to realize new accessories or technologies are not needed. Skateboards do not need lights, if it is dark out without lights then you are not riding a skateboard and skate footwear sales are predicated on product yes maybe 10-20% but much more so a team of sponsored riders to test, design, and advocate for product. The industry does not work on influencer type endorsements it is built on long term contracts where brands build out teams and create skate videos with this team. This takes years at a time not a few weeks through Instagram. These business kids are on the outside looking in and if they spent time actually creating product for a niche or group they were familiar with they would waste a lot less money.

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