Judgement Day on Top Recruiter 5, Produced & Directed By LaVoie Films

Two women were the finalist on Top Recruiter 5, so it was fitting to have Baroness Karren Brady as part of the judges panel to weigh in on the businesses presented. Baroness Karren Brady is the former managing director of…

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100 Million Dollar Man is Back | Mentorship at it’s Finest

Founder of global company, Opus Recruitment Solutions joins us once again – but this time on a much bigger stage. We dive into the abyss Entrepreneurship. Darren Ryemill and his team of heavy hitters, CEO Amy Golding and COO Iain O’dair take their team (and entrepreneur) to success yet again, on The Movement.

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Amy Golding is Back & More Explosive

Short listed for The West Woman of the Year this year, Amy Golding, CEO for Opus, spearheads the holes in each business model presented at The Movement. On set, if you ask her how she’s doing, you might get a classic Golding response, “how am I? Walking the line between excellent and wanting to die.”

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Creator & Executive Producer Says, Don’t Call It A Comeback, I’ve Been Here For Years

The master of surprise: Chris LaVoie, Creator of Top Recruiter and The Movement enjoys building an annual roller coaster…

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Entrepreneur Predicts the Future

Winner of Top Recruiter, Season 5, Stefanie Stami has been taking on her own movement since the show was released. HR visionary, Artificial Intelligence Expert, Millennial advocate, TED Speaker is currently leading a movement in Germany that targets gender equality.

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Home Sweet Home

People often comment on the grandiose sets and locations used to film each series. Executive Producer, Chris LaVoie, insists year after year, to make the next one bigger than the last. Why? “Because it is as much of a character in the stories as the people,” he says. The Movement was filmed in the countryside of England, in a little town called Ledbury.

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Inside the Underground World of The Movement

From Miami to France and England, LaVoie Films has traveled the globe to set the scene for networking, collaboration, film and competition. The characters, none actors, have crossed oceans to be a part of something much bigger than them.

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North America Appoints First Woman Chair

Jennifer Hasche, brought her full-on American grit and powerful perspective as a woman achieving great success in places like Intuit and Uber.

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Pur Vodka Joins The Champagne Club

A true entrepreneurial success story, Nicolas Duvernois overcame tremendous obstacles to create Pur Vodka, which has won fifty-seven awards, including World’s Best Vodka an astonishing five times in the last seven years.

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Team APAC Packs Serious Punch

Continental Asia PAC blends effortlessly upon arrival on The Movement. On day one the humor amongst this humanhood is infectious and combined IP is off the charts.

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Team Asia-Pacific Entrepreneur Grabs the Spotlight in Global Compeititon with Wunda Women

There are many correlations throughout the school of entrepreneurship, universal lesson #29 is entrepreneurs never…

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Team Europe Have A Little Fun On Set

We have a motto at LaVoie Films: Laughter is required on set. It’s not unusual to witness the film crew folicking and cracking jokes as they work their magic or to find groups of people making escape plans to the nearest pub. Fun is a key component to this whole event.

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Team North America Claims Social Right On Being Called “The Underdogs”

North America got off to a rocky start, Jennifer Hasche describes how she felt when she learned she would be the only women in a leadership role for the NA team.

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Venture Capitalist, Esranur Kaygin gets personal

Having long tentacles in the history of LaVoie Films, Esra Kaygin joins us again, but this time in England. See, back in 2012 she was a candidate on Top Recruiter. She arrived in the US to shoot right before the Anti-war protests in Istanbul began.

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