Some of the best documentaries available on Netflix are on the topic of business.From "Generation Startup," which follows college grads launching businesses in Detroit to the beloved "Jiro Dreams of Sushi," there's a wide variety of documentaries with lessons to share.If you have a Netflix membership, these documentaries are free to watchand you can stream them instantly.Click here for more BI Prime stories.If you find yourself with some extra time on your hands but don't feel great about spending it binging the latest TV drama, we've got you covered.Over on Netflix, there's a veritable treasure trove of business-related documentaries that are both educational and entertaining. You can learn about what it takes to launch a successful fashion brand; how the world's most well-known performance coach views success; and what it takes to become an Olympic athlete.Here are 15 of the best documentaries about business streaming on Netflix right now.'Jiro Dreams of Sushi' (2011)The 2011 documentary "Jiro Dreams of Sushi" profiles Jiro Ono, a Japanese sushi chef and restaurant owner who is widely revered for his skill and $300-a-plate dinners.It follows the now 94-year-old master as he works with vendors to secure the finest ingredients, manages, and mentors his staff, and prepares his son to succeed him when he retires. The movie brings viewers inside the dedication, obsession, and decades of hard work it takes to achieve perfection.'Hot Girls Wanted' (2015)Actress Rashida Jones produced this documentary about the lives of young women who work in pornography. Viewers learn about the difficult choices the women make, and how they wound up financially independent, but working in a potentially exploitative industry.The film also inspired a docuseries by the same name, currently streaming on Netflix.'The Ivory Game' (2016)African elephants are on the verge of extinction. The filmmakers behind "The Ivory Game" investigate ivory-traffickingboth the people behind it and the activists trying to end it. The film explores how the Chinese economy has largely contributed to the ivory trade, and what might be done about it.'I Am Bolt' (2016)What makes an Olympic champion tick' Find out in "I Am Bolt," which tells the story of Usain Bolt, the fastest runner in history.Bolt's voiceover accompanies scenes of the athlete during grueling workouts, hanging out with teammates, and alone, a human being like the rest of us.'Betting on Zero' (2017)Movie director Ted Braun exposes the inner workings of Herbalife, a global nutrition company, accused of scamming customers through the resale of their products. Viewers get an in-depth look into their business dealings and learn what not to do when venturing into the health product's industry.'Maddman: The Steve Madden Story' (2017)Fashion designer and shoe tycoon, Steve Madden, learned early on that building a billion dollar empire takes guts. The documentary follows Madden's journey toward financial success. The film documents Madden's major comeback after a stock fraud scandal in the 20 00s landed him in prison.'The Pursuit' (2019)Arthur Brooks, a famed economist and contributor for the Washington Post, is taking audiences around the globe to learn about the free market system. That is a system that is regulated by consumers. Viewers learn the possibilities of this system to boost entrepreneurship, money, and overall happiness.'Inside Bill's Brain: Decoding Bill Gates' (2019)Academy-Award winning director, Davis Guggenheim wants viewers to understand the brain of Bill Gatesone of the richest men in the world. The documentary brings viewers inside the mind of Gates as well as helps them understand his early influences and goals in and outside the industry.'Catching the Sun' (2015)Entrepreneurs are tapping into the clean energy market. In this documentary, "Catching the Sun," an unemployed worker, an activist, and entrepreneur all try to find an edge over their competitors. For this, viewers get a glimpse into the makings of a solar powered industry.'Print the Legend' (2014)Entrepreneurs are betting big on the 3-D printing industry. Directors Luis Lopez and J. Clay Tweel are following leaders who want a stake in the 3-D tech revolution. Viewers learn insider tips from the industry's top figures. The filmmakers also document lessons from some of the most controversial people in the field.SEE ALSO:11 TED Talks that will make you smarter about businessJoin the conversation about this story Click here to read full news..