Shark Tank is a reality television series which features a panel of five wealthy entrepreneurs who are called "sharks". The panel evaluates and negotiates investment proposals from new entrepreneurs.
Each panel member has the option of negotiating and investing with an entrepreneur who has presented a product, service or business concept. Panel members may offer investment capital, support and expertise, or they may make an offer to buy the company, or the product license or patent.
For each contestant and product please write a detailed analysis;
In this analysis include your thoughts on how the contestant pitched their idea. What could of they have done differently?
Do you agree with the “sharks” thoughts about each business?
Which business would of you chosen and what would you offer?
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