Join marketing and business classes from around the country and hang out with Daymond John, one of the sharks from the hit ABC show Shark Tank. Daymond will share his thoughts on entrepreneurship and maybe even a few behind the scenes insights on Shark Tank.
Daymond will appear in your classroom via a Google+ Hang Out. These events are typically limited to nine participating schools. Fortunately, Google has stepped up and supported the event and is lifting all restrictions on the number of participants.
What a great way to bring current content and technology into your classroom—with virtually no additional work on your end!
More on Daymond John
A young entrepreneur, an industry pioneer, a highly regarded marketing expert, and a man who has surpassed new heights of commercial and financial success are just a few ways people have described Daymond John. Over the last 20 years, Daymond has evolved from one of the most successful fashion icons of his generation to one of the most sought after branding experts, business, and motivational speakers in the country.
Daymond’s creative vision and strong knowledge of the marketplace helped him create one of the most iconic fashion brands in recent years. FUBU, standing for “For Us By Us”, represented a lifestyle that was neglected by other clothing companies. Realizing this need in the marketplace, Daymond created the untapped urban apparel space and laid the groundwork for other companies to compete in this newly established market.
In 2009, John joined the cast of the ABC entrepreneurial business show, Shark Tank, produced by acclaimed TV producer Mark Burnett. As one of the “Sharks”, Daymond and four other prominent executives listen to business pitches from everyday people hoping to launch their company or product to new heights. Investing his own money in every project, Daymond becomes partners with the entrepreneurs helping turn their dreams into a reality. Millions of viewers tune into the show as Daymond demonstrates his marketing prowess and entrepreneurial insights.