5 of the Best Videos for Startup Founders

Y Combinator | How to Start a Startup Free Lectures

We live in insane times.

At no time in the history of the world has a tech startup had access to 3 billion potential customers on day one.

The mobile platforms: Android and iOS, and the social platforms: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, have expanded the potential reachability of startups to 3 billion people.

The opportunity is endless and the cost of starting is very low.

I wanted to include a list of the top 5 video channels that are worth watching for a startup founding team.

1. Y Combinator on YouTube

83,770 subscribers 
Joined Oct 24, 2013

Here’s a description from their page:

“YC doesn’t end on Demo Day. We and the YC alumni network continue to help founders for the life of their company, and beyond.

Twice a year we invest a small amount of money ($120k) in a large number of startups (recently 105).

The startups move to Silicon Valley for 3 months, during which we work intensively with them to get the company into the best possible shape and refine their pitch to investors. Each cycle culminates in Demo Day, when the startups present their companies to a carefully selected, invite-only audience.”

2. How to Start a Startup on YouTube

73,322 subscribers
Joined Sep 16, 2014

Here’s the channel description:

“This channel was created to host Creative Commons content from the Stanford CS183B class being put together by Sam Altman, President at YCombinator and going from September 23rd through December 4th.

In this channel, Sam will lead us through 20 killer sessions with the likes of startup experts like Peter Thiel, Aaron Levie, and Reid Hoffman to discuss how to come up with ideas and evaluate them, how to get users and grow, how to do sales and marketing, how to hire, how to raise money, company culture, operations and management, business strategy, and more.”

3. Harvard Business Review on YouTube

145,164 subscribers
Joined Oct 4, 2007

Here’s the channel description:

Harvard Business Review (hbr.org) provides leaders with the ideas, insights, and tools they need to become better managers.

4. Every Steve Jobs Video & Every Elon Musk Video

6,125 subscribers1 | 86,802 subscribers
976,697 views | 32,353,139 views
Joined Dec 24, 2016 | Joined Dec 20, 2012

Channel description:

Steve Jobs largest video archive on the web and YouTube with over 150 clips. Elon Musks largest video archive on the web and YouTube with over 150 clips.

5. Wefunder on YouTube

Joined Aug 7, 2013

This is the channel description:

We’ll democratize investing so that everyone has access to high-growth startups, not just the wealthy and well-connected. We’ll also fund more legitimate businesses, from tech startups to local coffee shops.

We aim to turbo-charge GDP growth and decrease disparity of wealth. We give everyone the opportunity to invest as little as $100 in startups. We’ve funded 75+ startups with over $10 million from accredited investors. And now we’re working to participate in the JOBS Act, so anyone — no matter how wealthy — can invest. We’ve been preparing for that day since 2012, when we were invited by President Obama to watch the JOBS Act signed into law.

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