Troy Carter (07:21)
The founder and CEO of Atom Factory discusses working with Lady Gaga, setbacks, and managing his first client, Eve. He helps unknown artists and entrepreneurs become superstars, including mentoring clients.
Matthew Girling (04:10)
Bonham's employee Tom Lamb explains why bidders pay so much for handwritten Sherlock Holmes drafts. Girling discusses the pressure to succeed in a competitive industry; he has learned to read people.
Marco Chan (02:59)
The Hong Kong hairstylist works with big names in the fashion industry. He books private clients, holds training courses, and has launched a session collection reinterpreting runway trends into lifestyle themes.
Vincent Montocchio (03:27)
Montecchio runs Circus, an advertising company in Mauritius, and is the executive creative director of Publicist Africa Group. He discusses rebranding Pepsi for Mauritius markets and creating brand experiences. See global advertising spending statistics for 2016.
Dare Jennings (04:46)
Jennings is building Deus ex Machina, a business combining his interests in motorcycles, surfboards, fashion, and food. He discusses beginning with Mambo and generating new ideas. Carter sees hit songs as divine gifts; hear his tips for spotting talent.
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