Colin details just a few of the changes that have taken place across the site since it was launched late last summer. And promises to keep the blog more lively.
Comparing the Shark’s investments to those made in prior years is an interesting exercise. Especially considering not everyone appeared in every episode.
We’re not dead. Just sleeping. And we’re back with an update on Season 9’s numbers. Along with the deals becoming more serious, it seems as though the entrepreneurs are appreciating the value they’re creating a little bit more.
Colin finds that Season One has been pretty hard on entrepreneurs and it’s not a good thing for them or the show.
Colin crunches the numbers for Season 2 and finds one or two interesting surprises. One season left until we have the complete data set!
Shark Tank has had quite a few guests that have come on the show. But none quite stick out the way Jeff Foxworthy has. Colin discusses why.
Colin takes exception to businesses on the brink coming into the tank looking for funding and the sharks actually going along with it. He will explain why.
Now that Season 3 is officially in the books, Colin looks back at the season, updates the charts, and details some of the biggest deals.
We’re tracking a whole lot of data for each deal on Shark Tank. But we can’t capture it all. We discuss why we’re tracking some things but not all of them.
A quick review of some of the stats generated after entering all our new data from Season 4 into the Stats For Sharks database. Definitely an interesting season!