What's the first thing you do when you walk into the Shark Tank room?
I get right to business
I start with a joke
I greet everyone and shake their hands
I come out to my own theme music and laser show
Does the thought of public speaking make you nervous or scared?
No way, I was born to do this
Yes, a thousand times yes
More than I'd like to admit
A little, but I can deal with it
What would you rather do?
Be able to cleanly and clearly explain your idea to the investors
Walk into the Shark Tank room with a prototype
Which best describes you?
What is the first thing you show to the investors during your presentation?
The prototype of your invention
An accurate spreadsheet of all of the expenses it will take to make your invention
A slide show showing how your invention will be used
Testimonials from random people who have used your invention
You're doing a demonstration, but something goes wrong. What do you do?
Try the demo again. What happened the first time was a fluke
Immediately move on to something else
Come up with a plausible excuse to explain what happened
Tell the truth and explain how you'll fix the problem
What would you wear on the show?
Something that will factor into to your presentation later
Costume of your mascot
Your normal clothes
Your invention is...
Dependent on social media
Something that greatly improves upon something that already exists
A brand new type of service
Something completely new and innovative
How do you pitch your idea to the sharks?
Strict business, no emotion
At the end of the presentation, what would you most likely do?
Drop the mic
Exchange business cards
Thank them for their time
Hand out freebies
All of the sharks liked your idea, business plan, and business acumen. You managed to convince all of them to invest in your idea! Congratulations!
Yes, but to mixed opinion
While you gave a strong presentation, a couple of the sharks highlighted what they thought were flaws in your invention or business plan. You managed to only convince two of the sharks to invest.
Your pitch left the sharks confused and unwilling to invest in your idea. Even if your idea is brilliant, it doesn't mean a thing if you can't come up with a good business strategy.
The sharks were left mostly unimpressed by what you had to offer, but you did get one on your side. Hey, it's better than nothing.
Do you have a great idea or invention? Are you a master of public speaking and presentation? This quiz will see if you have what it takes to get an unanimous yes from the Sharks.