Next Episode of Shark Tank is
Season 4 / Episode 3 and airs on 29 May 2018 10:40
Shark Tank, the critically-acclaimed, Emmy award-winning reality show that has helped re-invigorate entrepreneurship in dozens of countries around the world, premieres on TEN in 2015.Hosted by Studio 10 anchor Sarah Harris, Shark Tank features five of Australia's most successful business people, all hunting for the next big idea to turn into a profitable venture.Entrepreneurs Janine Allis (Boost Juice), Steve Baxter (internet pioneer), Andrew Banks (Talent2), John McGrath (McGrath Estate Agents) and Naomi Simson (RedBalloon) are Australia's "Sharks".These self-made multi-millionaires judge the business concepts and products pitched by ordinary Australians and then decide whether to invest their own money to help market and mentor each.In exchange for equity in their existing business, the aspiring entrepreneurs must convince a Shark their idea is original and the product worth pursuing … but it takes more than passion to hook a Shark.Who will have the best business bait, the right line and the smarts to win a likely tug-of-war? And will anyone be mauled in the Shark Tank?From the inspiring to the completely impractical, viewers will be captivated by the creations of everyday Australians, young and old, who dare to dream big in an effort to change their fortunes.Fifty thousand years ago, indigenous Australians blazed the trail for the inventors of today. Shark Tank celebrates the ingenuity and expertise of a brand new breed of innovators in this must-watch series.Shark Tank is produced for Network Ten by Shine Australia.
A Queensland inventor thinks he has a new bike design that will bring in $5 billion, from an investment of $5 million. Has this banana bender gone troppo, or can the Troppo Bicycle reinvent the wheel?
Could the 2Shu be the next great Aussie invention? It's a thong that can convert to a shoe! You won't believe how much one Shark is willing to bid!
Can a Byron Bay mum impress the Sharks with her line of Bamboo Clothing? Plus, four boys from Brisbane bring their burgeoning beer delivery service before the Sharks seeking investment.
Making waves in the Tank in this episode is an inventor from South Australia who has come up with a new way to tackle the harsh Australian sun.
Briella Brown brings her business before the Sharks, Your Closet, is a dress hire service that allows people to hire designer outfits for a fraction of the price & return them after wear.
13 year old Izzi is the youngest entrepreneur to take on the Sharks with her cosmetic and beauty skin products. Will the Shark's take a chance on someone so young?
Victorian Entrepreneur Jen spends just two minutes a month on her new-age website business which turns over $100,000 a year. So what is the hitch that turns the Sharks into skeptics?
Will a Victorian's Tinder-style tennis app have any of the Sharks calling game, set, match? Also on this episode, a NSW jewellery maker with a necklace for the money conscious fashionista.
Who will have the best business bait, the right line and the smarts to win a likely tug-of-war? And will anyone be mauled in the Shark Tank?
Can you put a price on the health of Aussie kids? Two NSW mumpreneurs are seeking a $150,000 investment from the Shark's in their business Get Kids Cooking.
Sally is a mother of two & head of a company that creates tiny doors for children's bedrooms, providing a gateway for fairies to visit them at night. Will this sweet idea have the Shark's circling?
Naomi Simson(Naomi Simson)
John McGrath(John McGrath)
Steve Baxter(Steve Baxter)
Andrew Banks(Andrew Banks)
Janine Allis(Janine Allis)
Glen Richards(Glen Richards)
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