1. What kind of book is shark tank jump start your business? Is it a novel, biography?
2. Do entrepreneurs pitch to angel investors the same way that's on Shark Tank?
No. Shark Tank is a television show, not reality. As I noted when I was on Morning Joe,"Shark Tank is to angel investing what Indiana Jones is to archeology."In the real world, it's much more of a discussion, and the valuation often does not even come up until the end of the pitch. Also, it is (a) never phrased that way, and (b) actually calculated correctly. It would typically be phrased as "we are looking to raise $x at a pre-money valuation of $y."Do entrepreneurs pitch to angel investors the same way that's on Shark Tank?.
3. nurse shark tank size?
nurse sharks should be left on the reef. There are VERY few aqurists that can house a nurse shark with the correct size tank
4. Shark Tank (TV series):
According to journalist and Frommers.com editor-in-chief Jason Cochran, some 40-50% of all Shark Tank pitches never make it to air. From what I have watched, there are not a fixed number of pitches every episode (I guess this would depend on how many truly compelling stories are there to be told), but most pitches tend to be edited down to around 10 minutes each to allow for commercial breaks. The actual pitches last an hour each.As for ABC earning money from the pitches, there was something of a controversy over this right from Season One. A clause in the contract required all contestants to give ABC and Sony Pictures Television either 2 percent of their profits or 5 percent equity in their company, forever. This applied whether or not a deal was struck with the Sharks. See the offending clause below:nEntrepreneurs sucked it up in the hope that merely appearing on the show would compensate for what they were giving up. n nIn 2013, Mark Cuban (who is of course one of the Sharks) finally put his foot down and demanded that the clause be taken out or he would not appear on the show. Inc magazine covered this story here: Mark Cuban Made Shark Tank Change Its ContractsnJason Cochran's post on Shark Tank pitches has a lot of other interesting information as well, and can be read here: 8 things you didn't know about 'Shark Tank'Shark Tank (TV series): On an average, how many pitches are recorded for each episode and how many of them are aired? Does ABC/Mark Burnett earn money from pitches that are not aired?On an average, how many pitches are recorded for each episode and how many of them are aired? Does ABC/Mark Burnett earn money from pitches that are not aired?
5. Red Tailed Black Shark?? Tank mates?
Red Tail Black Shark Care
6. What does it mean by full-blown shark tank?
Question: What does it mean by full-blown shark tank?Taken literally, it means a full-size, full-strength tank used to protect a diver while viewing and/or filming dangerous sharks.But I suspect the reference is instead used to refer to the American TV show "Shark Tank". The show in which would-be entrepreneurs 'pitch' their ideas to a panel of highly successful businessmen and women (the UK version of the show is called "Dragons' Den"). The Sharks or Dragons interrogate the proposer and the products in depth, often ripping them apart when the would-be millionaires have not performed due diligence or have failed to correctly calculate the market, the pricing, the distribution etc.So a "full blown shark tank" in that context would be opening an idea or a suggestion to a ferocious peer review.What does it mean by full-blown shark tank?.
7. How can I watch Shark Tank, season 9, from India?
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8. SHARK ^ TANK Compatibility (Freshwater)?
Of course, the "sharks" you have are not really sharks at all, they are members of the cyprinid (carp/minnow/barb/danio) family. (I imagine you knew that, but I mention it in case anyone else reads this.) You do not really have compatibility problems with this list of livestock, except maybe for the Red-Fin Shark, and the crayfish, which I will address in a moment. Red-Fin Sharks are apt to attack anything that resembles them, and I suspect the Roselines and Balas, and maybe even the algae eater, would be in that category. Not all Red-Fins are that aggressive though, so just watch yours carefully. No, you do not have major compatibility problems; what you have is a big space problem. Most of these fish will grow much too big for a 55-gallon tank. Roseline sharks grow to at least 6 to 8 inches; Bala Sharks grow to over a foot (and lose much of their color in the meantime), Red-Fin Sharks will grow to about 6 inches, Chinese Algae Eaters (the golden ones are just a color variety of regular Algae Eaters) will grow to a foot or more, and pictus cats, depending on which species you have, will reach a size of from 6 inches to 2 feet. So you will easily need a 200-gallon tank for that set of livestock, and maybe an even bigger one. Do not wait too long to get that bigger tank. Crayfish, in my opinion, are very interesting animals to keep, but are not good tankmates for fish. For one thing, crayfish are really tasty (every try crawfish etouffe?), and any fish that can get a crayfish in its mouth will eat it. If it can even bite off a leg, antenna, or tail, the fish will eat that part. On the other hand, crayfish will kill and eat any fish they can kill. They tend to wait until after dark, and then grab the fish as they are sleeping at night. Crayfish also tend to fight each other if they are kept together, especially if you have two males in a tank, unless the tank is very large and specially laid out for crayfish. So keeping one to a tank, without fish, is probably the best arrangement. I hope that helps. To summarize, I think your combination of fishes (not counting the crayfish) would be reasonable if you had a much, much larger tank. It's always chancy to get an animal now on the assumption that you will be able to make more room for it later. As my distant relative, Robert Burns, wrote, "The best laid plans of mice and men gang aft aglae."