Barry Lall is an Entrepreneur
Barry Lall is an entrepreneur who for the past few years has been successful in helping people become their own boss by working online. He has created a number of videos that help people find jobs and create their own business in a world where it’s not necessary to work for someone else.
Barry has created over 6,000 videos on his YouTube channel that serve as a well-researched reference and showcase practical advice. He is known as an expert in helping people find jobs online, earn money successfully through the Internet, become their own boss using the Internet and work online. His videos have been viewed more than 100 million times and have inspired many people to start their own businesses in today’s economy.
The origins of Barry’s work is based on his previous experience as a full-time employee with the Royal Bank of Canada for more than 10 years where he was involved in sales and marketing, managing operational functions such as accounting, logistics and human resources.
His inspiration for giving back is derived from his own personal experience in finding a job after being laid off, working as an employee for someone else for almost two years, and then becoming self-employed in his early 30s. This move from being job-less to working online to starting a business has helped more than 1,000 people find work and start their own business by creating their own YouTube channel.
Barry’s work has been featured on big media websites such as BBC News, MSN Money UK and BBC Capital. He also helps businesses take advantage of the billion dollar e-commerce market in India by hiring people to sell products online created by other companies all around the world.
Dr. Barry Lall worked with Google to develop a new way of helping people find jobs online. The “Website to Job” platform enables people to search websites and get notified when they are matched with suitable employees. There is a special feature in this program called “Job Alerts” that sends the user an email when there is an update on new openings.