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Start Up on Shark Tank

This Guest Post is written by Dave Landry Jr. He also created the info-graphic, The Shark Tank Formula for Shark Tank Success, appearing at the end of this article. Dave is an entrepreneur and online journalist living in Southern California. When he’s not busy catching up with his favorite TV shows, he often covers business communications, globalization, […]

ReQRuitme Technology – Entrepreneur’s Spotlight

This guest post was written by Steve Gonzalez of ReQRuitme Technology as part of Shark Tank Blog’s new Entrepreneur’s Spotlight series. Steve would love to get on Shark Tank, but we all know, not every business can make it to taping. Will ReQRuitme be on season six? We’ll see…… If you are an entrepreneur and […]

Barbara Corcoran & Lori Greiner on Shark Tank Podcast

T.J. Hale is the producer of the Shark Tank Podcast. He and I share a lot in common: we both watch Shark Tank and we both talk to the Sharks and entrepreneurs who appear on the show. He might be the only person in the world who’s spoken with as many Shark Tank entrepreneurs as […]

New York Shark Tank Casting Call – Part 2

It was evident at the recent New York Shark Tank Casting Call that not all ideas are big.  The casting directors from Shark Tank were buried in a flurry of small ones. Shark Tank Casting Call Standouts Think about the jibbitz buttons you put in your kid’s croc shoes…only it’s a single plastic disc that […]

New York Casting Call – Part 1

Shark Tank fan Viki Reed recently attended the New York Casting Call for Shark Tank Season 6 and wrote this, the first in a series, of guest posts: This week, the New York open casting call  for season six  of ABC’s “Shark Tank” was hosted by  New York’s Small Business Expo.  There were just two casting directors […]

Four Steps to Reach your Audience Using Google Plus

Picture this: As an entrepreneur, you walk into a building full of large conference rooms, each full of people. The individuals have chosen a conference room based on their interests. Each room is full of people with similar questions and similar needs for solutions. You are handed a transcript, which shows you the conversations taking […]

Royalty in Perpetuity stands for R.I.P.

This guest post was written by Julie Busha, Food Marketing Pro extraordinaire at Nicole Foods, the makers of America’s hottest new condiment: Slawsa. If you are an entrepreneur with a food product you want to market, take my advice: look at what Julie has done with Slawsa in only one year with a limited marketing […]

NFL Bag Ban Game-changers

It’s almost fall and the start of an exciting new season on Shark Tank …and with that…are you ready for some FOOTBALL!?   By now you’ve likely heard a LOT about the controversial new NFL bag ban policy that bans many purses and bags from stadiums. The NFL bag ban only allows clear, see-through bags into […]

3 Tips for Settling Debates on What to Watch With Your Spouse

This is a Guest Post written by Jessica Heisler, a relationship expert. She likes helping couples resolve their differences by writing for relationship blogs. She also likes watching Shark Tank. Because not everyone enjoys watching the same shows, watching television together as a couple can be a difficult task. If both people are especially set […]

Synergist: Occupy Wall Street, Shark Tank, and Social Good

This is a guest post written by Jared Kleinert. Jared is passionate about business development and using business as a vector to improve society. He is about to launch Synergist, a crowdsourcing platform for social entrepreneurs. As a teenager observing the “Occupy Wall Street” movement a few years back, I realized that I wanted to help […]

What I Did To Get on Shark Tank

 Shelley Ehler appeared in Shark Tank season 3, episode 304 and got an on air deal with Lori Greiner for her ShowNo Towels. Shelley was featured in an update segment in episode 313. Since appearing on Shark Tank, Shelley has started a new business, continued to produce ShowNo Towels and been an active participant and […]

Top 3 HBO Series Not to Be Missed

HBO is a great cable channel that is well known for its cutting edge original series. Whether you are interested in touching dramas, laugh aloud comedy, or the intense world of vampires, HBO has something for everyone. Here are three choices that should definitely be set on everyone’s DVR for the upcoming seasons. Enlightened Enlightened […]

Idea for Restaurant Entertainment

Veronica M. answered the call for guest posts and she wanted to get people’s opinions on an idea for restaurant entertainment she has been thinking about. She forwarded a brief “About me” statement for inclusion: I am a scientist by trade with interest in impactful entrepreneur ideas, not just another ‘me-too’ product. Veronica’s Idea Dear Shark […]

Questions Entrepreneurs Should Ask Themselves

Jeff Larson has some questions for you, the entrepreneur. He  is the CEO of Glass Shiners, LLC. The “Glass Shiner” is an innovative bar or home wine glass polishing system designed to improve the users’ ability to have a spot free wine glass. Jeff sent in this Guest Post. The process of taking an idea to production and seeing […]

Pay it Forward

When you’re down and out, what do you need more than a pep talk, advice, or money?  You need HOPE. I started an organization called to give people facing tough times hope by offering a hand-up and not a hand-out. I’ve had my share of ups and downs. I was laid off from three […]

EcoTrio Recycling Containers

Like many good ideas, the concept of designing a recycling container came about during a candid conversation with my co-worker while I was working at SOM LLP, an architectural firm in Chicago. The YAF co-chair (Young Architects Forum) affiliated with the AIA (American Institute of Architects) was spearheading the ‘reThink/reDesign/recycle’ design competition which evolved from […]

Predicting the Million Dollar Offer

Here we go! My prediction for the Million Dollar Offer which I think will turn into the Million Dollar Deal. As you know, my business partner, Rob, does most of the predictions, but I couldn’t resist doing some trash talking. He’s got this one all wrong (read his post here). Personally, I think he’s into […]

M3 Girl Designs Trademark Lawsuits

This is a guest post by Karen Dudnikov who co-authors Tabberone’s Trademark and Copyright Abusers Hall of Shame. The opinions are Karen’s and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the SharkTankBlog, its editors, or authors.  Trademark Lawsuits History First, we have to tell you where we sit before we tell you where we stand […]

Slawsa Success is More than Flavor

  The Slawsa success story is an interesting one. Slawsa is a new condiment that hit store shelves in a big way over the past year. It’s a combination of cole slaw, salsa, and mustard that’s great on hot dogs, brats, sausages, burgers, even eggs! Once you try it, you’ll think Slawsa is “Slawesome!” This […]

Pro Wrestling is Like Shark Tank

Guest Post by Eric Gargiulo, Author of The Camel Clutch Blog. It is no accident that Shark Tank has become my favorite show on television. The show mixes elements from business and pro wrestling to create one of the most unique blends of capitalism and sports entertainment that I have ever seen. The only things […]

Warrants Secure Funding – The Coop

Jevon, contacted us, asking about Warrants, a debt instrument used to secure a deal on Shark Tank. Warrants were used to secure funding from Barbara Corcoran extended to The Coop on Shark Tank Episode 409. Barbara makes a loan to The Coop for $150,000. The Coop repays the loan in two years and extends Barbara […]

Affordable Marketing Solutions

You think Affordable Marketing Solutions don’t exist, despite having a great product. Your friends and family tell you to apply to Shark Tank, so you do, and then you get on, but The Sharks hate your deal because you have no sales. They say you have no proof your customers will buy your product. You’re […]

The Cold Hard Truth About The Sharks

The Cold Hard Truth about Shark Tank and investors is that everything happening on the show also happens in the real world negotiations between investors and entrepreneurs. That’s the beauty of the show. That does not mean what happens on the show happens in every negotiation, but all the scenarios do play out in the […]

Tenacious Entrepreneur Ginelle Mills Scores Deal

Tenacious Entrepreneur Ginelle Mills, inventor of Cool Wazoo, demonstrated what it really takes to land a deal. She managed to get business funding she needs to take Cool Wazoo to the next level. She was first Entrepreneur to step in to the Shark Tank on Episode 410, masterfully won the hearts of The Sharks, despite […]

4 Lessons in Business from Entrepreneurs in the Shark Tank

There are many lessons in business any entrepreneur can learn from “Shark Tank” and apply toward their own business. Sure, these folks are on national television trying to get a sizable investment from a celebrity, but if you are serious about your business you should always be just as prepared. You never know who you’ll […]

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