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Investor Alan Glazen must decide to invest in either an artisanal bagel maker or a hair salon-suites concept; each business has 48 hours to open a one-day pop-up store to prove their worth.
Investor Jonathan Sawyer must decide to invest in either an urban honey-making company or a high-end leather goods operation; each business has 72 hours to open a one-day pop-up store to prove their worth.
Investor Kathy Futey must decide to invest in either an urban wellness studio or a BBQ food truck; each business has 48 hours to open a one-day pop-up store to prove their worth.
Investor Kumar Arora must decide to invest in either an artisan pickle maker or a craft beverage company.
All four of the chosen businesses begin to seek locations for their stores within the Gordon Square area.
The businesses are forced to think about their big picture plans when they encounter difficulties with their store locations.
Groundswell Yoga reconfigures their renovation; the Cleveland Bagel Company handles the demolition of their new location; Fount hires refugees to help increase production; Old City Soda faces the real possibility of not obtaining a liquor license.
Old City Soda may not receive a liquor license and Groundswell Yoga's classes on the new roof deck may get rained out; the Cleveland Bagel Company has a malfunctioning air conditioner; Fount's investor, Jonathon Sawyer, puts the pressure on.