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Entrepreneurs have 60 seconds to pitch a business idea to a boardroom of investors.

Latest episodes

aired 20 days ago
Updates to a variety of household products, many involving food.
aired 20 days ago
New ideas for bolstering virtual interactions online.
aired 20 days ago
Solutions to a wide range of problems, from finding love to staying hydrated in bed.
aired 20 days ago
It is about technology for these four entrepreneurs.
aired 27 days ago
New takes on old products.
aired 27 days ago
Ideas to improve people's lives.
aired 27 days ago
Half of the contestants ideas fall short of the investors' standards.
aired 27 days ago
The panel gets pitched a wide variety of items.
aired 34 days ago
A returning Entrepreneur from season 4 and a vacation rental entrepreneur with an investor disadvantage also round out this episode as they all fight for the coveted investment, will any make it up the elevator?
aired 34 days ago
A strong pitch and a serious ask start off this weeks episode as a new twist on old sports-player cards is proposed along with a funny pitch for a portable on the go restroom. Will either of these pitches convince our investors the money is work it?
aired 34 days ago
Will no one earn and investment in this week's episode? A healthcare startup and automobile industry co-founders are two of the possible entrepreneurs that may walk away with nothing on this week's episode.
aired 34 days ago
The ticking clock can throw off even the most courageous entrepreneurs as this weeks episode feature a former Marine struggling under the pressure. Will he succeed in getting the doors opens and pitchign to our investors?
aired 41 days ago
Entrepreneurs have 60 seconds to pitch a business idea to a boardroom of investors.
aired 41 days ago
Entrepreneurs have 60 seconds to pitch a business idea to a boardroom of investors.
aired 41 days ago
One of the stronger pitches of the season; but their one critical pitch mistake and steep valuation could turn the judges away.
aired 41 days ago
Entrepreneurs have 60 seconds to pitch a business idea to a boardroom of investors.
aired 41 days ago
The first entrepreneur tries to capitalize on their strong start and find a deal that suits their needs; the second gets another chance to show off their business and product.
aired 41 days ago
A pitch for boat cover claps descends into chaos after the invest; a rapid fire pitch leaves the judges wondering just how much of his company are they offering up.
aired 48 days ago
Entrepreneurs have 60 seconds to pitch a business idea to a boardroom of investors.
aired 48 days ago
The fifth season offers an exciting dynamic change: before, the four judges once needed unanimous agreement to make an offer, now it only takes one yes to open the elevator doors.
aired 48 days ago
Entrepreneurs have 60 seconds to pitch a business idea to a boardroom of investors.

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