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Ambitious entrepreneurs present their breakthrough business concepts.
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Ambitious entrepreneurs present their breakthrough business concepts.

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Although the pitches seen on television last for about ten minutes, they actually last for about one hour. They also must start with 30 seconds of silence to gather a camera shot of the whole set. See more »

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Daymond John: There is a saying in business that the first person to say the number loses.
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Spoofed in Saturday Night Live: Chris Rock/Prince (2014) See more »

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Shark Tank - Main Title Theme
Written by Berry Gordy (as Berry Gordy, Jr.) and Janie Bradford
Performed by Ricky Fante (as Ricky Fanté)
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Terrific Concept And Great Learning Tool
21 October 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As an entrepreneur myself, I've dealt with investors and VC's, and I can honestly say that the Sharks are a great representation of real-life. They come across as harsh, money-grubbing, and greedy most of the time. But the kicker is that in the world of investing, you have to be this way and more, or else you get railroaded by the guys willing to go the extra mile. Often times I feel the Sharks do a great job of rooting out the good businesses from the ones that likely will crash and burn. I've observed that they'll usually ask for a majority percentage in the company if the presenter is somebody who hasn't really proved themselves in the wide market. To me this is absolutely fair, because the return is that the presenter has the opportunity to work with a partner who's made millions or billions of dollars, and provides a wealth of knowledge and experience. In short, if you're a start-up or recent start-up, you might not want to go on this show, because you'll likely give up more of your company than you want to. If you have a tried and true product, and need extra cash to expand or market yourself, this is a great opportunity. For viewers with interests in business or who want to learn more about business, I highly recommend Shark Tank. It's educational, smart, creative, and ultimately worthy of your time.


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