Capital One continues their partnership with FORA.tv for three different talks, featuring a Spark Business Small Talk and two CapXTalk’s featuring insights and business experts. They were all live streamed from their Capital One Cafés – where Capital One hosts local events, educational workshops, financial workshops, and more. FORA.tv did the video production and used FORA.tv Blast to multi-channel live stream the talk to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and their website. FORA.tv Boost was also used to increase views, cut real-time social video clips and boost engagement.
CapXTalk “Mapping Your Own Career Path: Aligning Your Values with Your Career Goals at Any Stage” on June 15th in Glendale, CA featured Megan Lathrop, a certified Money Coach, as moderator. She was joined by Andy Ku: Director of Product Marketing at LinkedIn, Gwen Lane: a blogger influencer focused on helping other individuals pursue their passions as their careers, Jon Wolske: Culture Evangelist for Zappos Insights, and Ben Ricciardi: Founder and CEO of creative agency, Times10. Panelists shared insights for individuals mapping out their careers, those looking to change jobs or those figuring out best tips on how to pursue their passion.
Capital One Spark Business presented “Finding Business Success with Bill Rancic” on June 29th in Chicago, IL. Bill Rancic, from “The Apprentice” is a small business expert, speaker and author of a New York Times best-selling book, ‘You’re Hired: How to Succeed in Business And Life’ was the featured speaker. He shared his experience, struggles, advice and best practices tailored to small business entrepreneurs. Sean J. Conlon, a businessman, real estate entrepreneur, investor, television personality and philanthropist, moderated the talk. Sean is currently the chairman and founder of Conlon & Co, CONLON/Christie’s International Real Estate, CONLON Commercial and Conlon Capital. He is also currently the co-host of The Deed which is an unscripted television series focused on real estate investing on CNBC.
CapXTalk “Navigating Disruption in the Middle Market” will take place on July 13 in New York, NY. Art Kleiner, Editor-in-Chief of PwC’s Strategy+Business will moderate the talk. He will be joined by panelists, Anat Lechner: Clinical Associate Professor of Management and Organizations of Stern School of Business at NYU, Dave Kucera: Head of the Financial Institutions Group of Capital One Commercial Bank, and Jim Rothberg: General Partner of Route 66 Ventures. They will dive into the we dive into the impact of disruption on middle market companies, exploring how companies that make up this integral part of the American economy are preparing for and navigating through disruptive changes to their business models and industries.