American workers haven’t had it easy these days, as they deal with high unemployment rates and home foreclosures. What better way for them to escape their economic woes than to watch a reality show where the stars are a bunch of one-percenters?
That’s why they’re tuning in to ABC’s Shark Tank, which has quietly grown into a hit with close to 7 million viewers each week.
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What’s that thing FUBU founder Daymond John is standing on? It’s a special weight-sensing, electric-powered skateboard called a ZBoard that won a businss contest sponsored by Babson College, StartUp America, and John, who is Babson’s entrepreneur-in–residence.
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ZBoard received consulting services from a Babson College Fast Track MBA student team, supported by Babson Professor Dennis Ceru, and Babson Entrepreneur-in-Residence Daymond John. The official announcement took place on October 23rd at 11 a.m. Play the video to hear and see what Daymond had to say:
Watch the video here.
ZBoard, creator of a weight-sensing electric skateboard, is the winner of the consulting services contest sponsored by the Startup America Partnership, Shark Tank’s Daymond John, and Babson College, the top ranked college for entrepreneurship. Read the full article at