Jeweler Cartier and Forbes launched a series of videos, as part of their current campaign Cartier Entrepreneur Voice: "Make Your Move" that focuses on the successes and words of wisdom from entrepreneurs and allows brands to share their stories.
These one-on-one interviews involve an aspiring entrepreneur and established entrepreneur discussing key lessons, challenges, epiphanies, mentors and inspiration.
The videos below feature entrepreneur Bre Pettis, CEO of MakerBot, a start-up in 3D printing that is changing peoples' lives. Interviewed by co-founder of Thrillist Media Group, Ben Lerer, Pettis shares his story and knowledge that he has gained in the process of setting up and developing his business.
"Powered by Cartier's first in-house automatic movement, the Calibre de Cartier was born of passion, determination, craftsmanship and a pioneering spirit, the same ideals that drive today's entrepreneurs. We celebrate that passion with the Make Your Move initiative," according to Cartier.
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JDM wrote at 3/25/2013 1:07:07 PM:
Bre is starting to annoy me a bit. Going closed source is one reason, and maybe also because his hair needs a trim. The high-five thing they had going on in the "opening credits" is a little lame too. All three videos could have been put into one longer video.
Dangerous Person wrote at 3/25/2013 11:25:29 AM:
You're not wrong there...
Anonymous Person wrote at 3/25/2013 3:46:58 AM:
Wow, no love for any of the other co-founders? Or the community that brought Makerbot into the general publics eyes? Bre Pettis is a total schmuck...